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Default Help needed for UOT Kitchen

Does anyone know hoe to make themes for gingerbread in UOT Kitchen?
When it comes to "file upload", I dont know what to do.

Please help.
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If you have a gingerbread ROM then you have to unzip the ROM file you flashed and go into the folders (/system/framework and /system/app) To find the 2 files it requires.

If its froyo then only the frameworkres.apk is needed

The files are found within the zip file of the ROM you downloaded
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If you have a gingerbread ROM then you have to unzip the ROM file you flashed and go into the folders (/system/framework and /system/app) To find the 2 files it requires.

If its froyo then only the frameworkres.apk is needed

The files are found within the zip file of the ROM you downloaded
Thanks. That seams more complicated then I thought.
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Its actually really easy. What you need to do is get the rom you've installed and if its gingerbread, get the framework-res.apk and the systemui.apk and upload those files.

Then once you've got the zip file from the kitchen, you will also need to get the update binary file from the rom too and replace the one in the zip from the kitchen and then put it on the sdcard and install from CWM.

It may sound a little daunting, but once you've done it once or twice it will become second nature :)
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