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Hi, I have installed a new theme for CM7, and I was trying something out, when whilst I held down the button for "Install ROM from SD Card", a cryptic dialog message appeared. "Toggled Burrito Mode". Does anyone know what it is?

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it's an option to turn the zip file icon to a burrito, just long press install and it will toggle back again:)

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it's an option to turn the zip file icon to a burrito, just long press install and it will toggle back again:)

Hi, unfortunately your reply makes no sense. "zip file icon", the icon of which zip file? A ROM you want to install? Because there are no file icons in ROM Manager.

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Hi, unfortunately your reply makes no sense. "zip file icon", the icon of which zip file? A ROM you want to install? Because there are no file icons in ROM Manager.

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morning Anil, have a look in file manager and where you would have had a zip file the icon would be the rom manager icon, it changes it to that of a burrito, it's just a cosmetic change to any zip file icon:)

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morning Anil, have a look in file manager and where you would have had a zip file the icon would be the rom manager icon, it changes it to that of a burrito, it's just a cosmetic change to any zip file icon:)

Good morning plegdroid, I hope all is well in Manchester. I have just tried your hint, and it didn't work. I tried it using AntTek File Explorer.

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No big deal. Thanks for your input.

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Good morning plegdroid, I hope all is well in Manchester. I have just tried your hint, and it didn't work. I tried it using AntTek File Explorer.

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No big deal. Thanks for your input.

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morning, its a bit misty up here at the moment:) it may not implement the change on your model of phone, on mine it effects the framework file and changes the actual zip file icon, ( take it yours shows up as the winzip vice icon) :lol: hope all's well where you are, with regards :)
edit, just tried it with the anttek explorer, and that overwrite s the rom manager icons.

Edited by plegdroid, 20 November 2011 - 11:55 AM.

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So completely pointless but brilliant

Pointless, absolutely, but always fun. ADOBE always put in a nice Easter egg into Photoshop. Nice to see the ROM Manager dev do the same. Did anybody else notice this?

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Pointless, absolutely, but always fun. ADOBE always put in a nice Easter egg into Photoshop. Nice to see the ROM Manager dev do the same. Did anybody else notice this?

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Yes, Anil I've had the original ROM manager app and the Burrito-icon but they both open up the same ROM manager app When they appeared I had made a (simple) mistake like trying to update rommanager-apk while the installed apk was the same........ Forgive me, I can't exactly reproduce the burrito situation doing the apk update again, but burrito always came up after things went wrong.

Edited by René Klunder, 21 November 2011 - 02:07 PM.

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Yes, Anil I've had the original ROM manager app and the Burrito-icon but they both open up the same ROM manager app When they appeared I had made a (simple) mistake like trying to update rommanager-apk while the installed apk was the same........ Forgive me, I can't exactly reproduce the burrito situation doing the apk update again, but burrito always came up after things went wrong.

Hi René Klunder,

Burrito Manager isn't an application. It is merely the developer having some private fun. All launching Burrito Manager should do is launch ROM Manager, that's it. Toggling Burrito Mode will also change .zip file icons to an icon of a burrito (if viewed with certain ANDROID file managers).

I'm sorry but I didn't understand all of your post. The sort answer is; don't worry Burrito Manager doesn't do anything, carry on, have fun.

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I know it's sort of fun but there had not been an answer to your latest question if a user experienced the burrito icons.
I had at least 6 burrito-happenings like when a second rommanager app called burrito manager appears but that's not a real app but a second shortcut to koush's rommanager (and visible allover the place too)

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I know it's sort of fun but there had not been an answer to your latest question if a user experienced the burrito icons.
I had at least 6 burrito-happenings like when a second rommanager app called burrito manager appears but that's not a real app but a second shortcut to koush's rommanager (and visible allover the place too)

Hi René Klunder,

everett_psycho's post answered my question.

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Situation I couldn't remember yesterday is like this: SuperUser had been installed already and the installing of another SU-app (and Rommanager got granted SU-rights twice), triggers burrito manager to pop up in that situation. I only saw a screenshot, btw....

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Situation I couldn't remember yesterday is like this: SuperUser had been installed already and the installing of another SU-app (and Rommanager got granted SU-rights twice), triggers burrito manager to pop up in that situation. I only saw a screenshot, btw....

Hi René Klunder, that is weird, but then again I discovered the Burrito mode by accident. No harm done though. If you want a definitive answer I suggest emailing the developer.

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When I flashed a MIUIrom once it had a SU (nonmarket) &without knowing that I installed the usual apps and also a second SU app. (can also happen when you toggled apps in SUapp itself and when you close/open SU you see one app noted two times in a row.) That's how it happens too..... That's why it says Toggled Burrito mode like you did it yourself (as SuperUser/Administrator) I guess that's why the dev is having a laughPosted ImagePosted ImagePosted Image

until the next time on MODACO

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Edited by René Klunder, 22 November 2011 - 12:42 PM.

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