iPhone could anyone running IOS7 upload that cloudy-transparency image

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by lewisweekly, Oct 14, 2013.

  1. lewisweekly macrumors regular

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    IOS7 devices cloudy-transparency image found on the dock when the pink lily wallpaper is enabled and on the notification centre, folder background ETC... I could really do with this image for my theme im currently making, just wondering if anyone could possibly upload this image in PNG format please?
     
  2. LordQ Suspended

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    I could help... But I don't really get what you want... an screenshot with the lily wallpaper without icons on the dock would do?
     
  3. lewisweekly thread starter macrumors regular

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    Thanks for the reply but not exactly. I could really do with the actual image itself. So that if I was to use the image it would actually be that cloudy-transparency. The image file must be stored on the device somewhere, but due to the changing dock colours im not 100% sure where :confused:
     
  4. chambone macrumors 6502a

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    Even if we were able to fetch images from an iOS 7 device, which we're not, the foggy effect is done on the fly. No image format exists that will blur what's underneath it.
     
  5. lewisweekly thread starter macrumors regular

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    Aghhh well it was worth a shot, thanks for commenting, I will have to try and code something similar.
     
  6. thelatinist macrumors 603

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    Yeah...I believe the effect is dynamic, not a PNG overlay.

    Incidentally, most GUI images in iOS 6+ (I think...it may have started in 5) are now stored in a single encrypted file. Until and unless someone is able to obtain the encryption keys it will be impossible to extract them.

    Chambone: It is not necessary to extract from the phone itself; most files can be extracted from the .ipsw via the simple expedient of unzipping it. The .ipsw is, after all, just a .zip container file that's been given a different extension. However, the above caveat about system images now being in a single encrypted archive remains.
     
  7. chambone macrumors 6502a

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    Yep, true, didn't even think of that.
     

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