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By idkwhothatis123, Senior Member on 22nd October 2010, 07:04 PM
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Flash like regular theme! I'm running it on epic experience with hero's latest kernel. works great! The dock is for launcher pro, link included for d/l. icons are asmoothstar by lekky. Updated with custom transition animations. Enjoy!

Theme:

http://goaruna.com/c08l

Dockbar:

http://img641.imageshack.us/f/halloweendock34.png/




Screenies (links since im a noob)

http://img809.imageshack.us/i/cap2010102111122.jpg/
http://img408.imageshack.us/img408/4...0102111121.jpg
http://img257.imageshack.us/img257/3...1010211114.jpg





Credit to Magnus for the transition help!

Credit to Crake001 for providing Epic Black Class, Just modded some pngs for the holiday.

Thanks to jstine671 for helping me find some files to edit.

EDIT: I have no idea why the theme link if displaying so weird on the xda app. Any words of advice let me know. I have the proper url tags
 
 
22nd October 2010, 07:09 PM |#2  
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Cool man - nice!
Wait, which is hero's kernel?
22nd October 2010, 07:11 PM |#3  
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Cool man - nice!
Wait, which is hero's kernel?

it came from his baked snack 1.3 rom. its OC to 1.3ghz, runs flawlessly. just gotta flash epic experience after his, epic doesnt include a kernel.
22nd October 2010, 09:11 PM |#4  
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Awesome i'll try it out Also if you dont mind me asking, wheres the download for just the kernal for baked snack? i can only find the whole ROM.

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22nd October 2010, 09:17 PM |#5  
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Awesome i'll try it out Also if you dont mind me asking, wheres the download for just the kernal for baked snack? i can only find the whole ROM.

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There isn't one, you just have to dl the whole rom and flash it. You then have the option it flash a new rom that doesn't include a kernel or you can adb push the kernel and zimage to your rom. Its really easy but there is no flashable zip to my knowledge.

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22nd October 2010, 09:20 PM |#6  
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*Update*

I will attempt to update this theme tonight after work. I am working on including animated transitions as well as change some more pngs. Potentially crack out a non-festive theme as well. We shall see about the latter. In any case, look for an updated post tonight hopefully.

P.s - mods this is not a coming soon thread, as I have intentions to release tonight, let alone thirty days k thanx bye

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22nd October 2010, 09:25 PM |#7  
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Oh okay, so right now I"m running Epic Experience and Phoenix kernal. To get EE with Baked snack kernal the steps would be this for me?:

1: Nandroid backup.
2: Wipe everything
3: Flash B.Sv1.3
4: Reboot
5: Wipe everything again
6: Flash EE rom
7: Advanced Restore Data Only
8: Reboot
9: Flash Halloween Theme
10: Reboot.

And i should end up with Epic Experience ROM running Baked Snack Kernal with Halloween Theme, right?
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22nd October 2010, 09:34 PM |#8  
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Originally Posted by SemiGamer

Oh okay, so right now I"m running Epic Experience and Phoenix kernal. To get EE with Baked snack kernal the steps would be this for me?:

1: Nandroid backup.
2: Wipe everything
3: Flash B.Sv1.3
4: Reboot
5: Wipe everything again
6: Flash EE rom
7: Advanced Restore Data Only
8: Reboot
9: Flash Halloween Theme
10: Reboot.

And i should end up with Epic Experience ROM running Baked Snack Kernal with Halloween Theme, right?
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Should be fine, but I never used advanced restore. I did this.

Wipe everything
Install baked snack 1.3
Wait till boots fully, boot back into recovery
Wipe again
Flash epic experience
Reboot.
Let load again, then boot into recovery last time.
Flash theme.
Reboot and enjoy

Should work great, check in system info to be sure, will say using 1.3 kernel. Use oc widget or setcpu in order to oc 1.3 ghz. Batt life is awesome even at that.

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22nd October 2010, 09:41 PM |#9  
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Should be fine, but I never used advanced restore. I did this.

Wipe everything
Install baked snack 1.3
Wait till boots fully, boot back into recovery
Wipe again
Flash epic experience
Reboot.
Let load again, then boot into recovery last time.
Flash theme.
Reboot and enjoy

Should work great, check in system info to be sure, will say using 1.3 kernel. Use oc widget or setcpu in order to oc 1.3 ghz. Batt life is awesome even at that.

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Gotcha gotcha. Yeah I always have to advance restore data only because i use Desktop Visulizer (check out the Show Your Homescreens thread to see my layout) and nothing but restoring data restores my settings for it. Plus apps and everything haha.

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22nd October 2010, 10:52 PM |#10  
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Quote:
Originally Posted by idkwhothatis123

Should be fine, but I never used advanced restore. I did this.

Wipe everything
Install baked snack 1.3
Wait till boots fully, boot back into recovery
Wipe again
Flash epic experience
Reboot.
Let load again, then boot into recovery last time.
Flash theme.
Reboot and enjoy

Should work great, check in system info to be sure, will say using 1.3 kernel. Use oc widget or setcpu in order to oc 1.3 ghz. Batt life is awesome even at that.

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Download any kernel. Then download baked snack. Take the kernel out if baked snack and place it in the zip of the kernel you downloaded. Now you can just flash the kernel instead of flashing 2 roms for one kernel. You won't have to restore anything afterwards

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22nd October 2010, 10:55 PM |#11  
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Indeed

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