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[ROM] [LP] [5.0] [Xposed] [RetEd/DevEd] [MultiSystem] JasmineROM v5.1.1 [Jul 3, 2015]

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How do you change themes?

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Press and hold anywhere on your main screen and you will see it on the bottom

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^ note the cancel and apply buttons at the bottom.
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^ note the cancel and apply buttons at the bottom.

Good point. When choosing a theme the cancel and apply buttons are hard to read and will take a min to apply the theme

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I did the dirty flash and all was working great and then I decided to delete the 5.1 image file as 5.1.1 was working great. It totally crashed my phone. Maybe the 5.1.1 update somehow depended on 5.1 to be present in the multisystem folder, who knows? So I was forced to do a factory reset on 5.02 and do the update again.

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Good point. When choosing a theme the cancel and apply buttons are hard to read and will take a min to apply the theme

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So hard to read that I almost missed seeing them.
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I did the dirty flash and all was working great and then I decided to delete the 5.1 image file as 5.1.1 was working great. It totally crashed my phone. Maybe the 5.1.1 update somehow depended on 5.1 to be present in the multisystem folder, who knows? So I was forced to do a factory reset on 5.02 and do the update again.

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If what you did was use flashfire to flash the 5.1.1 onto your current 5.1 virtual img, you basically just replaced 5.1 with 5.1.1, so when you deleted what you thought was just 5.1, you actually deleted your new 5.1.1 which was overwritten on that img

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