Motorola Droid X :: Phone Rooted - Custom ROMs For Themes

Oct 15, 2010

I rooted my x last night, and was wondering where and how to download custom ROMs to theme my droid x. I've been looking around on websites for custom ROMs for the droid x and it's all really confusing.

Motorola Droid X :: Phone Rooted - Custom ROMs for Themes


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Samsung Behold 2 :: How To Create Themes For Custom ROMs?

May 9, 2010

I have a couple of ideas for theming but have no idea on how to actually go about making them for the phone.

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Aug 3, 2010

I've replaced this thread with two threads run by eXtremeDX who does a much better job than me! Enjoy!

Droid X ROMS - HERE

Droid X Themes & Extras - HERE

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Motorola Droid X :: ROMS - Themes Sticky

Sep 3, 2010

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Sep 11, 2010

looked around and couldnt find an answer. they seem the same to me.

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Motorola Droid X :: Themes - Roms - Have Tried Out Or Switch Between

Oct 4, 2010

Two or three months ago, I'd heard all about rooting, but was "afraid" to do it as it looked complicated. Then came along 1-click rooting. I did it and was hooked.

As soon as 2.2 OTA came out, I had to re-root. It wasn't quite as easy to do as the 1-click, but in retrospect, the one-step root for 2.2 was very, very easy.

Then came the roms. Thanks to the help of D13 and a few others, I tried my first rom. R2D2. I didn't like things about it, but I did it.

I also bricked for the first time and was shown how to do the sdf file. It worked fine. In fact, I bricked again a few days ago, as I'm playing around with this stuff, a lot, and I might have forgotten to select "mount system" first. No problem. SDF plus back ups cover a multitude of sins!

To make a long story short, I now have played with about 5 or 6 different themes. Some I won't use anymore, such as R2D2 because it wouldn't work with swype, but I have several backed up zip files to switch around.

I think I have so much that I have gone overboard, have become addicted and need serious help! I love this stuff!

Here's a list of my zipped backups:

1) 928Droid Black Glass X: This is probably my favorite one, at this point. It is the most "finished", meaning that I have it just the way I want it.

2) Big DX Serenity (Red): This is the most fun. I like the way the dev has modded apps, especially LPP (as I purchased that). It's pretty much finished, the way I like it. I have a bit more work to do, but I like it a lot.

3) RubiX Focused 0.3:: This is the newest one. I tried it yesterday, but didn't like it because it was too dark and it wouldn't sync my google calendar and it was waaay to dark to view.

I came across the zip files to fix this and how to install them. I like this muuuch better, now. I simply cannot believe how fast this ROM boots up. 10 seconds from the Android screen!

This is probably the least developed, for me. I mean, I don't have much set up, but I can see myself loving this one too!

4) 2.2 ota rooted 2.3.15

5) 2.2 2.3.15 deodexed.

I love being able to do this and I want to thank everyone who has helped me. I'm also happy that I've begun to help others, considering how very, very simple all of this is, once you understand it.

So, am I the only addict here? It's okay if I am. Does anyone else have a lot of themes and roms backed up on their SD? (Perhaps I should further back these zips up on my PC, no?

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Motorola Droid :: FRF84b Themes - Themed ROMs

Jul 1, 2010

THEMED ROMS:
Pete's Bugless 0.4 FRF84b themed (2.2) - Android Forums

Compatible THEMES:

http://androidforums.com/all-things-root-droid/109945-theme-xtheme-0-3-droid-x-froyo-2-2-frf84b-6-30-10-a.html

[Theme] 928Droid "Black Glass" 2.2 for Froyo - Update.zip - MetaMorph - Back to Stockl

[Theme] NexTheme for Bugless Beast V0.4 (6/29/10)

Start posting them and I will edit it for people. I can't quite get KangaSaurus to work on it just yet - loads lock screen, everything is themed, then it reboots after SD Card load (sound off)

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Apr 19, 2010

Can someone please explain what the difference is between themes, roms, mm, flashes. Might be simple but everytime i do something knew I have no problems. I was on cyan .7 but now nextheme e1sb2r r2 (or something)! love new things just not sure if I might be missing out on something that one might offer over another.

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Motorola Droid X :: Does Installing New ROMS - THEMES Require Deletion Of Old

Nov 4, 2010

What I'm asking is if I were to install a new ROM/THEME do i need to uninstall or delete the old one? Or do I just load right over it? Also what's the best app to use to "unbloat" uninstall unwanted apps?

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Sep 11, 2010

On previous phones such as the Droid Eris and Droid 1, users were able to use custom boot animations without being rooted. All you had to do was push the new file to the boot animation location and it would over ride the old one. I really want custom boot animations on my X but am not rooted. Does anyone know a solution to this other than rooting and how to install without being rooted?

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Oct 10, 2010

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Motorola Droid :: Can Use Rom Custom Themes

Jun 18, 2010

I have never rooted before and I am about to give it a whirl. I am not worried about the consequences really, I feel pretty confident I can follow directions. My only issue is, after browsing these forums I am completely lost on what rom to use! I see some people saying beast and various other custom roms, then I see some saying "vanilla" Froyo is the way to go.

1) What rom SHOULD a first timer use?
2) Where do you find it?
3) What is the most newb friendly rom loader?
4) Can I use any of these custom themes I see with any custom rom or do I need the "vanilla"?
5) Does WiFi work in all of the Froyo roms now?
6) Are there a list of known issues with specific custom roms available or even "vanilla" froyo?
7) Will my purchased apps that are updated to work in 2.2 work?

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I'm running pete's BBv.4 with the Blue Energy theme. I'm new to this whole rooting thing. How do the themes get those custom launchers? Are the themes suppose to automatically do that or do you need another app like Launcher Pro?

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Motorola Droid X :: How To Uninstall Custom Themes?

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Can a custom theme be installed over another custom theme? Or would i need to somehow uninstall the previous custom theme?

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Feb 28, 2010

Any cool custom lock screens out there? Or themed like transformers?

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May 24, 2012

I own an Motorola XT316 device, and i can't find an Custom ROM, so i was thinking to port one from Galaxy 5 (i5550) or LG Optimus me (same hardware, same screen, maybe same camera).

The problem is how to do it, because theres some differences between them like the camera. The XT316 has an locked bootloader, this can screw everything?

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Feb 23, 2010

How much or how little do these rooted roms affect battery life? I am moving from an Eris to Droid and I like the pinch-zoom feature of the Eris and I know there are some Rooted mods for this feature. just curious if my battery life would get a lot worse then Stock. Now I honestly don't know if I would OC the Droid, I need to use it for a week or 2 first before I decide if I want to Root it.

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Mar 8, 2010

opinions on some of the custom Roms out there.

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Aug 5, 2010

Please read this before you assume I'm an idiot Anyways, so my thinking is, we can root our Droid X. This gives us access to every system file. amirite? If that's the case, shouldn't it be possible to literally replace everything using some super user priviledged apk? I know linux well, and I know some android development stuff, but I don't know anything about custom roms (on android at least) and how efuse works, so I obviously could be completely off base here.The only hitch I see would be that while the phone is running, many many many of these files are likely in use. It just seems there would be some way to close everything (and I mean EVERYTHING), with the phone still running, and replace all system files with a new set.Now I'm not entirely savvy on how efuse works, and I'm even less sure on how changing the system this way would, from efuse's eyes, differ from a full custom rom flashing, and if, if it did work, you'd still be bricked on the next reboot.Thoughts? I mean it at least seems that we could find a way to replace motoBlur.

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I downloaded ROM MANAGER (Free version) and everytime I download one of the roms, and I go through the process of clicking wipe cache + backup rom, it just restarts my phone.

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Jun 13, 2010

I've heard Skype is a little picky about which phones it works on, and I've noticed when doing a regular Astro backup of my apps that Skype is listed as being 'protected.' Does skype have any trouble running on custom ROMs?

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Feb 24, 2010

I have found that the AD Community ROM acts as if it is a brand new phone, never activated, and runs you through the set up of all your settings - and then proceeds to DL all your apps that you had installed previously.I posted a comment about it at AllDroid - View topic - [Rom] AllDroid Community Beta 0.3 release and got a reply that when someone went back to un-rooted and what not, the OEM ROM did the same thing.So, this led me to believe that there is some particular setting that allows for this to occur, where the ROM being installed is installed in a certain state so as to make the phone think it has never been activated before.This being said, I wondered if other ROMs could be tricked into thinking the same thing - and I hit upon an idea- what if, after installing a new ROM, you go into settings and do the factory reset that is there? Since I don't have anything installed except for this custom ROM and SPRecovery and such, I am not really gonna lose anything by doing this, so why no give it a whirl

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