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ecks618

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Aug 6, 2007
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I was "scared" to hack the iPhone, but have started to mess around with it. I used iFuntastic to add ringtones and change some icons and it went well. I also used terminal and downloaded a theme and tried to add the battery icons to

cd /System/Library/CoreServices/Springboard.app

I get a message that the file doesn't exist. Anyone have any idea why I am getting this, every tutorial I saw has the file.

Thanks in advance.
 

marauderrt10

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Jul 23, 2007
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I was "scared" to hack the iPhone, but have started to mess around with it. I used iFuntastic to add ringtones and change some icons and it went well. I also used terminal and downloaded a theme and tried to add the battery icons to

cd /System/Library/CoreServices/Springboard.app

I get a message that the file doesn't exist. Anyone have any idea why I am getting this, every tutorial I saw has the file.

Thanks in advance.
you typed it wrong, its suppose to be cd /var/root/Library/SpringBoard.app
 

ecks618

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Aug 6, 2007
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It still says it doesn't exist. I did a list of everything in the /var/root/Library file and Springboard wasn't there.
 

ecks618

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Aug 6, 2007
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yes I typed it with a capital B and it didn't work. I even opened iFuntastic and used the browser to see if it is there and it isn't.


 

marauderrt10

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Jul 23, 2007
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Just restored, still not there. Anyone have any other ideas?
that's impossible for it not to be there, maybe your looking in the wrong folder, if its still not there, when I get home from work I'll send you the springboard folder with all the stock stuff in it, ok?
 

ecks618

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Thanks. I don't know why it does it. It shows up as soon as I restore and when I try to edit the file it says it does not exist. At that point it does not show up.
 

marauderrt10

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Jul 23, 2007
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Thanks. I don't know why it does it. It shows up as soon as I restore and when I try to edit the file it says it does not exist. At that point it does not show up.
here you go, just put that in your System Folder and your good!
 
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