Originally Posted by andrewyp
Guess i missed this. I will try to do that and update you. Incase you have any guide to direct me too please do so, otherwise i will try to figure it out. Thanks.
You need to download a custom recovery, this is the option in Android that lets you erase all content in the device and do other things. With a custom recovery you can do even more things, like install .zip archives or ROMs, erase partitions, dalvik cache, etc, etc, a lot of things.
I personally use this one: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2552622
Since you are already rooted, I think that you are familiar with fastboot. In order to flash a custom recovery, you need to do this:
1. Download the custom recovery
2. If it's in a .zip, extract the archive so you have one *.img archive.
3. Then, copy that file to the folder where you have the fastboot.exe archive.
4. Open Windows command console and change the directory to the one where you have the files.
5. Turn off your device, then press volume down key and power key. Hold until you see a black screen with white letters. Connect via USB to your computer.
6. Run the following command in the command console of Windows:
fastboot flash recovery recovery.img
Where "recovery.img" is the name of your custom recovery archive, for example, "philz_touch_6.22.7.img"
7. Wait about 6 seconds and in the console you should see something like "done", I don't remember exactly what does it says.
8. You are good to go. Turn off your device. Then press the volume up key and power button. Hold until you see the custom recovery interface.
After this point, you can flash the custom ROM of your preference.