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Discussion in 'Jailbreaks and iOS Hacks' started by SFStateStudent, Nov 24, 2008.
Let's get this thread started:
perfect for the fall season
are those smileys new? I do not remember them...
Those are from my Emoji app via Cydia, and yes, they are new as of yesterday...
meh, i was pissed when i turned on my Jailbroken Touch after the 2.2 update to find out that it was no longer Jailbroken.
What is that theme called???
I love categories and backgrounder, now i have a place for my ~80+ apps
What is the name of that theme?
what theme/wallpaper is that? I love it.
it's a very tweaked version of bluebird. do you want me to zip it and upload it?
Yes, Thanks, That would be cool!
Which lockscreen are you using? I like that.
The theme is leopardUI off cydia, but i had to completely change the lockscreen through SSH for my liking.
okay here's my theme. i take no credit for making any of the icons, images, what have you. the creator of bluebird did (at least most of it) there's a thread at macthemes
here it is though
Copied this from the other thread, didn't realize we had a 2.2 Springboards thread
LockScreen with Tap to Unlock/StatusNotifier Theme and Calendar
HomeScreen: Mix of BlueBird and something else...i forget. Weather/Date/Time Widget. Custom WiFi icon. Glass Orb Dock. ATT logo from BigBoss. Make It Mine custom logo instead of status bar time. Custom Vista-esque wallpaper with top "dock."
SBSettings theme by Nicka:
Can't redistribute it cause mine is a mix of a lot of different things (some custom) and i don't have permission from original creators of some of the things i have, but if you head over to www.macthemes2.net you should be able to find a ton of themes
How would you get themes onto the iphone? I have heard winterboard but I have no idea if it's an app or if I have to manually install and modify it myself.
Could you give me a few starting points? thank you I appreciate it.
Install Winterboard off of Cydia, and then install themes from Cydia and apply through Winterboard, or SSH them directly into your /root/Library/Themes folder.
Does it still cause lag? I observed the iPhone processes last time and it writes to Winterboard.llyt? every time you use the interface in any way.
There is no lag at all since the update. SMS is way faster. Also, I dont have a custom keyboard - I noticed that all lag stopped when I stopped using a custom keyboard.
Most of these icons are custom made. Rectangles are folders.
What is that side-panel?