PLEASE HELP with springboard themes, Front wallpaper wont work!

Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by shelbmash, Dec 14, 2009.

  1. shelbmash macrumors newbie

    Dec 14, 2009
    I have installed a few different Springboard themes but none of these give me a front screen, you know the one that pops up after you hit the wake up button? The screen where you unlock? Its just black and it has a message that says "This doesn't really do anbything yet, but it/did/get loaded off the server ;P. (Awesome, huh?)"

    I just need to know how I can get some kind of graphic on the screen... Im new at this!

  2. darngooddesign macrumors G3

    Jul 4, 2007
    Atlanta, GA
    It would be helpful to know exactly which themes you have installed, which ones have been turned on, which order they appear in Winterboard (top to bottom on the list), and any other mods you have installed.

    If you just want a graphic on the slide to unlock screen, then you make any photo you have on the phone do that; however, if the phone is plugged in that screen willm always be black with the battery unless you have particular mods loaded.

    Posting screengrabs would be extra helpful.
  3. pixelated macrumors 6502a


    Oct 21, 2008

    ^^ this is a message that comes up when you have enabled the 'server lock example' them in winterboard, its there purely as a test.

    If you have other themes active that includes a lockscreen then the server lock example should be turned off.

    The themes you want to take priority over other themes (e.g. new slider over a pre-made slider/lockscreen theme) should be placed above the other in the list, with both enabled.

    'User Wallpaper' theme enabled will put a photo or picture thats on set as your iphone background on your springboard, and 'User lock background' theme enabled will put that photo on your lockscreen.(again, to prioritise these commands place them at the top of the list)

    Themes are saved in /library/themes and you can add your own with png images named 'Wallpaper' and 'LockBackground'

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