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30th October 2009, 10:26 AM |#1001  
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nice apps
 
 
31st October 2009, 08:01 PM |#1002  
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Nice app, but maybe found I an bug.

The situation:

- I installed an theme with CMupdater, when i runned on Cyanogen 4.2.3.
- Cyanogen 4.2.3.1 released, I downloaded and installed it. The theme was gone.
- I start CM updater, press "Themes" and then " Check Now "
- The phone says: checking for updates.
- After 10 a 20 seconds it goes back to roms and says: No updates.
- When i go back to themes, it says again: Check Now.

I can't get the very nice theme back :'(

I have an HTC magic.
31st October 2009, 08:06 PM |#1003  
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Originally Posted by dirkjanneman

Nice app, but maybe found I an bug.

The situation:

- I installed an theme with CMupdater, when i runned on Cyanogen 4.2.3.
- Cyanogen 4.2.3.1 released, I downloaded and installed it. The theme was gone.
- I start CM updater, press "Themes" and then " Check Now "
- The phone says: checking for updates.
- After 10 a 20 seconds it goes back to roms and says: No updates.
- When i go back to themes, it says again: Check Now.

I can't get the very nice theme back :'(

I have an HTC magic.

a thme is always designed for a specific version....the theme developers have to adapt their themes each cm release
31st October 2009, 08:20 PM |#1004  
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a thme is always designed for a specific version....the theme developers have to adapt their themes each cm release

Aaah, ok! Thanks for your answer!
2nd November 2009, 04:41 AM |#1005  
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LOL. "No theme update server configured"

SOB haha. I thought I was going to d/l a theme real fast.

****, I'm the dummy. Have to download the theme list
2nd November 2009, 07:13 AM |#1006  
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I was just on the updater and there was 2 downloads for CHMRegular 2.7 I downloaded both they are the same thing. I was just wondering is it supposed to be like that or are they supposed to be different.
8th November 2009, 07:37 PM |#1007  
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LOL. "No theme update server configured"

SOB haha. I thought I was going to d/l a theme real fast.

****, I'm the dummy. Have to download the theme list



Ok, so I did this, I got some themes installed but now I don't get any themes to download no matter what I do. Similar symptoms to what you described above, but I do have the theme list downloaded/updated.

Any ideas?

Thanks!

-Chad
10th November 2009, 06:18 PM |#1008  
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Newbie question...
Hi,

I have a newbie question...if i've never themed my G1 ever before, could I use the updater to download a theme and install it just like that or does it involve me doing other stuff as well. and if i do theme, do i lose any apps on the phone or anything like that? sorry i've search for my questions but didn't come back with good results.

thanks for info,
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11th November 2009, 04:24 PM |#1009  
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bump to my question please.
12th November 2009, 12:27 AM |#1010  
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am i asking my question in the right place?
12th November 2009, 09:29 AM |#1011  
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Originally Posted by boricuaace

Hi,

I have a newbie question...if i've never themed my G1 ever before, could I use the updater to download a theme and install it just like that or does it involve me doing other stuff as well. and if i do theme, do i lose any apps on the phone or anything like that? sorry i've search for my questions but didn't come back with good results.

There's no yes/no answer to your q but:
"Just like that" is up to interpretations, but the CM updater is intended for download and install of both CM ROMs an themes for the rom you have installed. You don't have to do anything the CM Updater doesn't provide.

You shouldn't lose any apps you have installed, but it's up to the theme maker to replace apps with other versions of the same (launcher, browser, Maps & cetera are common targets for this)

Check the theme thread before installing any theme, and don't install theme on theme without going back to stock CM between themes. Different themes replace different parts, and some wont work/will limp if you don't apply them to stock CM

/Mats
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