iPhone Complete iOS 6 Interface for iOS 7

wargnerm

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It's impossible for now to restore to 6.x but is it possible to completely change the UI of iOS 7 and get back iOS 6 UI with jailbreak? Will there be anything to do this?
 

wargnerm

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There is already a iOS 6 icon theme for iOS7 when jailbroken
Not talking about theme, talking about UI. Like when you go into settings it will have iOS 6 UI, NC will be gray back, status bar will be the same in iOS 6, and animations have to be the same. Icons are the easy step :( .
 

Demonface

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Not talking about theme, talking about UI. Like when you go into settings it will have iOS 6 UI, NC will be gray back, status bar will be the same in iOS 6, and animations have to be the same. Icons are the easy step :( .
A theme should be able to change all of that , To change the UI completely would be a long and stressful process. Using a theme would simplify the process drastically.
 

TriJetHero

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That is theming...

Best guess, yes there will be, takes a lot of time to develop it though, JB has only been out for 6 days....
 

wargnerm

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That is theming...

Best guess, yes there will be, takes a lot of time to develop it though, JB has only been out for 6 days....
I thought if we change the animations and system things it wouldn't be, but you are the pro here :) . Thanks for answers.
 

powerstrokin

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I've only been using an iPhone since iOS 5 so this is for all you veterans reading this thread-

Has the unwillingness of people to just accept change always been this bad?
 

triptolemus

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That is theming...

Best guess, yes there will be, takes a lot of time to develop it though, JB has only been out for 6 days....
Well... I thought that once jailbroken, the whole wide universe was supposed to open up to me immediately! Why don't those lazy devs get up and get me what I deserve! Not just icons... UI, dammit, UI!

6 days... pffft... I can code a whole new OS in 6 days.
 

BumpyFlatline

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Just saw this at idownloadblog. This is a good start for people on 7.x looking to replicate 6.x. Luckily for me I love iOS 7. Not to mention over half the stock apps are useless to me and are therefore buried in a folder and will likely be "poofed" when MS is updated for the 5s. Therefore, the over-exaggeration of the bright, ugly stock icons is a moot point since I don't use most of them anyways. I assume this is true for a lot of iOS 7 haters. But that's the beauty of it all (no pun intended, I swear!)...we all like what we like and therefore should have choices! And jailbreaking gives us those choices. Only a matter of time until another package comes along which takes the 6.x theming even further.

http://www.idownloadblog.com/2013/12/29/how-to-make-the-stock-ios-7-app-icons-look-like-ios-6/
 
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oplix

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Just saw this at idownloadblog. This is a good start for people on 7.x looking to replicate 6.x. Luckily for me I love iOS 7. Not to mention over half the stock apps are useless to me and are therefore buried in a folder and will likely be "poofed" when MS is updated for the 5s. Therefore, the over-exaggeration of the bright. ugly stock icons is a moot point since I don't use most of them anyways. I assume this is true for a lot of iOS 7 haters. But that's the beauty of it all (no pun intended, I swear!)...we all like what we like and therefore should have choices! And jailbreaking gives us those choices. Only a matter of time until another package comes along which takes the 6.x theming even further.

http://www.idownloadblog.com/2013/12/29/how-to-make-the-stock-ios-7-app-icons-look-like-ios-6/
I was one of the biggest resistors of ios7. After I used it for a few weeks I can't imagine going back. It's not perfect but it's got design cues way ahead of it's predecessor.
 
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