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Looks very cool will have to try this out soon.
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This is a port of Jrummy's Kangerade Blue theme for the Droid2. You must be rooted, deodexed, and have Koush's Bootstrapper to install.

I'm not responsible for whatever happens to your phone. Do a backup and use at your own risk!!

made for 2.2.20

Link: http://droid2.mw2team757.com/Kangerade_Blue_Final.zip

Installation

1. Download file and place on the root of your SD card.
2. Use Koush's Bootstrapper to reboot into recovery.
3. Install .zip from sdcard, choose zip from sdcard.
4. Install Kangerade Blue Theme.
5. Enjoy!













Dude this is sick, thanks!
 
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Forgive me, but I'm still new to the Android OS....

just wondering if it's safe (or relatively safe) to install a custom theme over a custom rom? Specifically epic 2.5 in this case.

Just curious before I jump in and make things more awkward than necessary.
 
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Yes. My rudimentary understanding of android is that themes are simply changing the visual aspects of Android and not the underlying function.

ROMs will replace the OS with a customized/altered version.
 
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So FWIW this did install fine over Epic 2.5, however it didn't change the bottom row softkeys (to 5 instead of 3) at all, which was my major motivation to check it out in the first place.

Uninstall for now, new ver of epic supposed to be coming out any time now anyway.
 
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So FWIW this did install fine over Epic 2.5, however it didn't change the bottom row softkeys (to 5 instead of 3) at all, which was my major motivation to check it out in the first place.

Uninstall for now, new ver of epic supposed to be coming out any time now anyway.
To get the bottom 5 icons, you need launcherpro. Search for it in the market.
 
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To get the bottom 5 icons, you need launcherpro. Search for it in the market.
Well ill be.....
Thanks for the heads up!

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hi. i just installed this and i love it so far however my clock is still black. so i cant read it on a black background.

other than that i love the theme!.
 
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Any chance of porting this to the X?

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