How to view PNGs of 2.0

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  1. coolcosmos

    coolcosmos New Member

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    Step 1.
    If you try to view stock graphic files in the firmware, you'll see they refuse to display.

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    Step 2.
    Download the FixPng program here. Open the program folder.

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    Double click the libjpeg-libpng (universal).dmg file. Then double click this package.

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    Step 3.
    Copy the FixPngDroplet into any other folder on your system, it won't work in the downloaded program folder. I put mine in Applications.

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    Step 4.
    Now drag whatever icon you want to convert, and drop it onto the FixPngDroplet program icon. You will get this pop up window as soon as the file is converted. It will be converted and saved in the same location it was dragged from. Note: sometimes I find I have to put the graphic I want to convert into the same folder as the droplet to get this to work.


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    Here it is, converted for normal use.

    Windows right after

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  2. coolcosmos

    coolcosmos New Member

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    No longer is the simple process of converting Apple's scrambled PNGs to a usable format, for Mac users only. "Osvaldoasn" has created a converter program for Windows users.

    Step 1.
    If you try to view stock graphic files in the firmware, you'll see they refuse to display.

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    Step 2.
    Download the FixPng program here. Open the program folder. Put the png you want to convert into the png folder.

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    Step 3.
    Double click the iPhoneFixPng.exe. At the pop up window click "Convert".

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    Step 4.
    The pop up will now state "Flipping channels...", then you'll get the success message.

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    Go to the folder called "fixed" and you'll see your corrected graphic in here.

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    From Hack The iPhone.com
  3. kitren2

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    awesome thanks mods please sticky.
  4. Conya

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    The FixPng link is down. I can't find it anywhere else.
  5. ricardofelix95

    ricardofelix95 Banned

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    Google it, its there
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    Ryan Well-Known Member

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    thats all good... but do they need to be converted back again?
  8. iPod.Touch

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    I used to use FixPNGWindows with my Jailbroken 1.1.2!

    It's good!
  9. coolcosmos

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    Not at all

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