Release Classic iPod theme?

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  1. Qwedgeonline

    Qwedgeonline Well-Known Member

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    Is there a Winterboard theme that will remove all of the apps that were not available in iPhone OS 2.0? I want to go back to the good old days of classic! And I mean a total theme. Like, one that only has the few icons that iPhone OS 2.0 had, and removes all of the new ones.

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    EDIT: Wrong section. Could this auch be moved? Thanks.
  2. JoeyB

    JoeyB Active Member

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    Not really possible, I mean you could use a theme to make hide the labels and the icons but they'd still be there just transparent, and you'd still be able to open em. I'd use SB Settings to hide them instead.

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  3. ThePodofi

    ThePodofi Well-Known Member

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    I know theres an app in Cydia that allows you to delete stock apps.
  4. JoeyB

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    You can delete them in SSH, but I'd just hide em, cuz what if you want em back?
  5. samw40

    samw40 Well-Known Member

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    I remember some app called POOF that would allow you to remove stock apps, but that was a long time ago so it's likely not compatible with iOS 4.0 and maybe not even on iOS 3.0.

    Like they said ^^^, your best bet would be to hide them using SBSettings.
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    Poof them
  7. JoeyB

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    It hides them, not deletes them. Poof is implented in SB Settings, hence why I said to use SB Settings.

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    Okay.

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