Need theme install help

~mike~

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Ok so i downloaded a couple themes that i liked..They are summerboard..I have all he apps that i need on my iPhone..I downoaded winSCP but it told me the password was wrong...And where do i find my iPhones ip address.?...Thanks
 

abates21

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Ok so i downloaded a couple themes that i liked..They are summerboard..I have all he apps that i need on my iPhone..I downoaded winSCP but it told me the password was wrong...And where do i find my iPhones ip address.?...Thanks
You find your IP address by joining your wifi network and clicking on the blue arrow beside the name of the network and it will tell you the IP address there. As for the password, I don't know that.
 

Stevonw

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Ok so i downloaded a couple themes that i liked..They are summerboard..I have all he apps that i need on my iPhone..I downoaded winSCP but it told me the password was wrong...And where do i find my iPhones ip address.?...Thanks

Passwords;

V1.02 : dottie
V1.1.1 : alpine
 

~mike~

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Passwords;

V1.02 : dottie
V1.1.1 : alpine

Ok It worked...So i found the folder so do i just drag the theme in there or do i make a folder with that theme name and drop it in that...?
 

Stevonw

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Ok It worked...So i found the folder so do i just drag the theme in there or do i make a folder with that theme name and drop it in that...?
For summerboard themes you just make a folder in

/Var/Root/Library/Summerboard/Themes

Just call the folder whatever you want and make a separate folder inside called "icons" and place all the icons inside with the appropriate names. If you are also adding in a dock just put the dock inside the original folder you made (next to the icon folder - not inside it).
 

~mike~

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For summerboard themes you just make a folder in

/Var/Root/Library/Summerboard/Themes

Just call the folder whatever you want and make a separate folder inside called "icons" and place all the icons inside with the appropriate names. If you are also adding in a dock just put the dock inside the original folder you made (next to the icon folder - not inside it).

Ok so i did that and some of the themes will not work...And also how do you install the battery icons,and dial pad wallpaper...
 

Stevonw

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Ok so i did that and some of the themes will not work...And also how do you install the battery icons,and dial pad wallpaper...
Are u running V1.1.1 or V1.02?

Also how did u name the icons?
 

~mike~

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I'm running 1.1.1...
 

Stevonw

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I'm running 1.1.1...
v1.1.1 and themes are a major problem atm (most file names etc have changed) the easiest way is to manually replace all the icons i would say :laugh2:
 

~mike~

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Ok...I will give that a try..Thanks
 

Stevonw

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Ok...I will give that a try..Thanks
Most in each app folder are named "icon.png" but there's the few odd exceptions like......

iPod "icon-MediaPlayer.png",

(Both of the following are located in the MobileSlideshow folder ;))

Camera - "icon-Camera"
Photos - "icon-Photos":laugh2: