Can you disable the battery lockscreen with iPod plugged in?

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  1. NitroBum

    NitroBum Active Member

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    Is there any way to disable the large battery indicator on the lockscreen when the iPod Touch is charging? I want it to show my lockscreen wallpaper instead. Thanks in advance for the help.
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    Hackey_Sack New Member

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    You could download a random battery theme and then make a theme with your lockscreen wallpaper and then have the latter above the former in winterboard...
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    Good idea, but the battery image won't fill up the entire screen even if I replace it with a larger pic. I tried that before when I was trying to make a battery that took up the whole screen. Also, I finally got rid of almost everything from Cydia to speed up my iPod and I'm not really too thrilled to go and try winterboard again.

    If there's any way to make this work by simply editing a plist, that would be so much better. Thanks for the reply.
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    magic8ball88 Active Member

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    I hate to bring up the winterboard option again, but you could make a transparent battery and set the background image to your desired wallpaper.
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    Well it's always an option; I would just rather not use it. Is the background image still displayed behind the battery?
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    If you know how to edit .plists you could probably edit the NoAA cydia package.
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    iHome does exactly what you want.

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    But unfortunately it also disables the charging statusbar battery...
  8. NitroBum

    NitroBum Active Member

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    Hmm... That seems like something that I can edit to make it do what I want. Thanks!
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    I think I'd have to know more about the code that puts the lockscreen background in place to be able to insert the necessary code there. I'll look into it if iHome doesn't work for me.
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    Well, thanks C0C0, you were right and it worked fine except for also getting rid of every other indication that it was actually charging. I uninstalled iHome because the slowdown that came with MobileSubstrate was just too much, but the best part is... It still works! iHome and MobileSubstrate are gone and the battery picture is too!
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    wasn't there an option in supreme settings?
    not sure..
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    Supreme Settings was stopped. It had to much bugs on 3.0 - So they stopped developing it.

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