iPhone Is there a more updated source 4Winterboard tweaks? Or alt 2 Winterboard I'm missing?

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by hlbenning, Sep 26, 2012.

  1. hlbenning macrumors newbie

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    Can anyone recommend a repository that has Winterboard tweaks and themes that still work/have been updated to work with iOS5 and above?

    I'd had my first iPhone jailbroken for over 2 years. But I didn't jailbreak my 4S until recently, and since doing so I've repeatedly found that a lot of the tweaks/mods that I'd always used in the past, though they're still available, don't seem to work after selecting them in Winterboard and respringing my device.

    They aren't critical tweaks--mainly cosmetic, for ex. I'd always used the red Apple icon loaders that replaced the the stock white spinny wheel. Now I can't find ANY loaders at all, much less the Apple ones, that actually work when I select them in Winterboard and respring.

    I've had similar problems with the Apple logo signal bars that go in the status bar etc.--all of the ones I've been able to find in Cydia (and I have several repositories that I added in addition to the default ones) don't seem to work with iOS5...I've had the same experience with many of the battery (charging and status bar) themes.

    Am I missing some major source that I failed to add or are these tweaks/themes just not being updated anymore?

    Any help would be appreciated!
     
  2. TriJetHero macrumors 601

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    Not missing anything, most tweaks are iOS 5 compatible. Just search more and switch to other tweaks which do the same as your old tweaks, you can also look in the ModMyi forums.
     
  3. Maverik3 macrumors 6502

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    On my 4s I have had a lot of issues with themeing, things always seem to be missing. you can get dreamboard, it's kinda like winterboard but it has a more unique feel. and it has a lot more widgets and stuff, but a lot of it requires editing plist files to get them to work
     

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