How To Add Multitasking,Homescreen Wallpapers etc... On The Device Itself !

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  1. Z3GGY

    Z3GGY New Member

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    How To Add Multitasking,Homescreen Wallpapers,Battery Percentage and Unified iPod On The Device Itself!

    You Will Need :
    iPod Touch (iOS 4.0)
    Jailbroken
    Winterboard

    STEP 1
    Open Cydia And Wait Until Everything Loads.

    STEP 2
    Go To The Search And Type In Features

    STEP 3
    There Will Be two iPod 2G And iPhone 3G.

    STEP 4
    Choose The iPod 2G And Then Install Then Quit Cydia And Launch Winterboard.

    STEP 5
    Once Your in Winterboard you will see files such as Multitasking,Homescreen etc..

    STEP 6
    If You want just Multitasking just click on the one that just says multitasking if you want homescreen and multi click the home,multi one.. You Will Work It Out

    STEP 7
    ENJOY

    STEP 8

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  2. b777forever

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    Or you could JB with redsnow, that comes with native wallpapers on MB model.
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    As fun as it is to edit raw system files, editing plist files straight from your iPod pose the rick of sending your into safe mode and ssh is your only fix. Personally, when I edit files such as that, WinterBoard not only is 1. safer because it replaces the file, not edit it, but is also 2. faster to fix if you do happen to mess something up. (and if your like me, messing things up is a common occurrence

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    This happened to me like 10 minutes ago. Bootlooped

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    but im fixed now

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    Some people think its very hard, especially my friends who are incompetant, also have a very high iq which is kind of an oxymoron. Anyway, the easiest thing to do it not to do it

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