Battery color changes

SweepeR

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Why does the color go from green to white where the bar color is on the top near the clock? It goes back and forth? Any ideas?
 

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y does the color go ftom green to white or w /e the bar color is on the top where clock n such are at. It goes back n forth...y so?
it changes depending on the background. If the background is black, you get a green battery, otherwise it's white.
 

SweepeR

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it changes depending on the background. If the background is black, you get a green battery, otherwise it's white.
Ya i notixd but this wasn't a problem before or not problem but occurrence
 

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is there a way to make it green all the time? except for when its low make it red?

Yes. You can change the color of the actual file on the iPhone using like Adobe or Paint (not recommended as it's crude). It should be called Default_BatteryCharging.png . That is the green battery and FSO_BatteryCharging.png is the name of the white battery. All you need to do is make a copy of the green file (Default) and save it as the FSO and then you have two identical copies, but under separate file names. If you have used iBrickr before or your phone is jailbroken then you can just easily upload them to the proper directory and you're set.
 
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Yes. You can change the color of the actual file on the iPhone using like Adobe or Paint (not recommended as it's crude). It should be called Default_BatteryCharging.png . That is the green battery and FSO_BatteryCharging.png is the name of the white battery. All you need to do is make a copy of the green file (Default) and save it as the FSO and then you have two identical copies, but under separate file names. If you have used iBrickr before or your phone is jailbroken then you can just easily upload them to the proper directory and you're set.
Wouldn't there be multiple files to edit so you know how much battery is left?
 

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Wouldn't there be multiple files to edit so you know how much battery is left?
No that's the odd thing. The only time that you have to replace multiple battery files is for when the iPhone is charging and it's the one big huge battery. If you are just replacing the little battery then it's just the few files that need to change.