So any time I download a theme my wallpaper does not change. I was using a photo from my iPhone before I JB and now it won't change with the themes that I have downloaded. How would I go about correcting this?
nope, what I was suggesting is dropping the image you want as your wallpaper into the theme you're using - the parent directory - having it named Wallpaper.png. So for me, I have it in /Library/Themes/mytheme.theme/
Ok maybe you can walk me through this, I am trying to use WinSCP to SSH but it doesn't seem to be working. I get the putty program up and get all the way to my winscp but then it takes me to my computers hard drive and not my iPhone so I can't seem to get into any of the iPhone directories. Why would that be?
I'm on a Mac, but my understanding is that WinSCP is for ftp/sftp (file transfer) and putty is for command line navigation. You can probably place things to and from your phone using putty but I think it's a bit harder. When you connect using WinSCP, be sure to connect using SFTP, using your phone's ip address and port 22, the user is 'root' and whatever your password is. Once you're in, the phone should be your working directory, not your desktop.
Correct. I had gotten in once and that is when it lead me to my computers hd not my iPhone closed everything and tried again now it tells me access denied. I am using the USB with iFunBox. Not over wifi.
Ok some good news, I am now using iExplorer and am in my iPhones root dir. So what I want to do is get the theme's wallpaper to show up on my iPhone but it isn't doing it. Where and how do I try and fix this?
So open that directory and be sure there's a file in there named Wallpaper.png (capitalization matters), that will be the wallpaper. If there's no file, or it's named incorrectly, then simply add one or fix the one that's there.
Ok here is the theme I am using, it is the iOS X Retina theme. When I open that it has Bundles and Icons as a directories I don't see a Wallpaper.png anywhere. Do I just add it to the main Directory or is it someplace in another dir?
Yeah, if you have a wallpaper that you'd like to use, (assuming it's sized properly, which is a whole different thread ) then yep, just place the file Wallpaper.png right out in the open. And respring.