iPhone biteSMS WhiteNBlue Theme issue

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  1. nanolife, May 6, 2013
    Last edited: May 6, 2013

    nanolife macrumors 6502


    Sep 20, 2011
    I bought this theme a while ago and it never worked. I install it through Cydia and it doesn't create the folder inside biteThemes so I can't select it on biteSMS app. It does create the extra folders for Winterboard just fine although the majority of the theme was supposed to be inside biteThemes and it is not.

    I have another 3 themes I bought, the latest one being biteLiquid and they all work fine! I can remove and install again as many times as I want. The same with the others 2 themes I bought + 1 other theme I downloaded for free which is "Chalk Light for biteSMS" and also creates the theme folder inside biteThemes just fine.
    Only the WhiteNBlue theme doesn't do that. I'm using the latest biteSMS beta, which was released yesterday and I already confirmed with the dev of the theme that he is also using this version but before that it also didn't work. I even tried with the official release (not Beta) of biteSMS.

    I thought that would be some conflict with any other tweak/app/theme I have but I only have a few tweaks/apps installed, only known and "reliable" official tweaks/apps which doesn't have anything to do with biteSMS at all.
    I tried removing Elite 6, which is the only theme I have installed and nothing. I also removed the entirely biteSMS app and the other themes and reinstalled all and still nothing.
    The Dev doesn't know what to do and I also don't.

    I also tried creating another folder called biteThemes and set full permissions to it and removed the original one created by biteSMS, still doesn't work.

    I used iCleaner Pro after removing tweaks, apps and themes. I removed every trace of biteSMS of my device before reinstalling it, I SSH into it and found the settings folder, cache folder, removed everything that once I reinstalled it, the app asked me to reconfigure everything. Yet, doesn't work.

    So my point is, stay away from this theme because the developer won't find a solution for it.

    I'm using iPhone 5 6.1.2.
    My list of tweaks/apps installed:

    biteLiquid (biteSMS theme that works great)
    Calendar Pro for Notification Center
    Elite 6 theme
    ISX 6
    Springtomize 2 (Only to set the free RAM on status bar and nothing else)
    WeeKillBackground Pro

    Any thoughts?
  2. Danimal1313 macrumors member

    Jan 12, 2013
    I've got Elite 6 and BiteLiquid as well however the background in the message conversation itself is gray and wont go black like it used to? Is this the same behavior yours has? It used to be great before I got the Elite 6 theme; it seems like its overriding the BiteLiquid theme?
  3. Norinion macrumors regular

    Oct 18, 2010
    Not sure If you done this method yet, as you didn't mention it. Set the Bitesms theme in the BiteSMS-settings to its regular theme. Then use winterboard and activate them. There are two ways Bitesms can be themed.
    1. using BiteSMS itself within it's own folder and settings
    2. using Winterboard to apply the theme.
  4. nanolife thread starter macrumors 6502


    Sep 20, 2011
    Thanks for your reply.

    I did that but since the theme is not loaded on biteThemes folder, I can't copy that from there and put on Winterboard.

    When I install the theme, only some extra settings are loaded on Winterboard by default. The entirely theme was supposed to be on biteThemes and it is not. :S

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