Originally Posted by berrycoder
The idea to switch to your Dimension Zen theme first is to avoid any error if in process you accidently press 'yes' and delete your currently used theme. I have never tried it before but I think your blackberry might stuck in white screen or something.
But, yes you don't have to switch to Dimension Zen but becareful when you press the yes/no button, don't miss. :D
If you delete your current theme a "swiss army knife" a RIM default is supposed to show up. But in the case of using MaxMem this might be deleted in my case on the 8120 if I were to delete this one: net_rim_theme_100_240x260_b 253292 bytes
I left that one and
the one I wanted to keep: net_rim_tmo_five 469788 bytes and now my info in settings fo theme choice only lists BB Dimension Zen and T-Mobile, and does not list that third one (net_rim_theme_100_240x260_b 253292 bytes) that I did not delete.
Now, since I left 2 themes undeleted and BB Dimension is not a Choice it appears that on the 8120 net_rim_theme_100_240x260_b 253292 bytes
is the "Swiss Army Knife" Theme which the blackberries are supposed to default to if the current theme is accidentally deleted. If I had deleted that one then if I ever were to delete the current theme it could be a big problem because the "hidden" RIM default would not be there.
berrycoder, you may wish to not make deleting the RIM Hidden "Swiss Army Knife" theme not an option as this would then be a much bigger problem for anyone who at any time in the future deletes their current theme than if that Swiss Army Knife theme is left. Then at least one can still navigate their BB with simple icons whereas if removed they would be screwed and a much bigger issue is to be dealt with.
I also noticed the Swiss Army Knife Theme is a much smaller file than the other Themes.
What does the Swiss Army Knife Theme Look like? The only way to know is to screw up and delete your current theme as it does not show up on the list of available themes in settings although it is there unless of course you delete it with Max Mem Remove Themes I would suggest that it is a good idea to leave it there.
It will appear something like this: net_rim_theme_100_240x260_b 253292 bytes
depending on the model and screen size of the BB in question the numbers 240x260
would be different as I believe this 240x260
is the screen size in pixels of the Pearl so on another model the Curve for example these numbers would be different.
Does this sound right?
Myself I am going to leave this hidden (from settings options) theme. If I am completely full of crap here about what I believe to have just figured out then please someone let me know.