i cant change my background!!!!

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  1. jmonster66

    jmonster66 Member

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    i jailbroke my 1.1.4 ipod using iLiberty.
    but i cant change my background.
    i tried re-jailbreaking it, and i even restored.
    its just like its STUCK there.
    and when i change the theme using customize 2.0, i cant see the theme wallpaper, and i have theme wallpaper on in smb prefs.
    help? please?
  2. Redshift

    Redshift New Member

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    In SMB Prefs, change the theme to Customize.
  3. jmonster66

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    it doesnt say customize in smb....
  4. 13yearoldbaldnerd

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    Starting with a freshly restored phone (if it's not freshly restored, uninstall the SUIB Lib fix, summerboard and customize, if they are installed):
    1. do whatever you do to make it run apps
    2. install the BSD Subsystem (if not already installed)
    3. install the SUID fix, if you are on firmware 1.1.3 or Later (listed under tweaks 1.1.3) [Edited]
    4. install summerboard
    5. launch summerboard, close summerboard
    6. reboot the phone [Edit - added this step]
    7. install customize 2.0 from installation source
    8. launch customize, close customize
    9. launch summerboard, set the theme to "customize", ensure both "theme wallpaper" and "wallpaper" are ON all others OFF (this is a little tricky on my phone, have to keep resetting them until they finally go...), close summerboard
    10. launch summerboard and confirm that your settings are correct as mentioned in step 9, close summerboard
    11. launch customize, download the theme you want, apply it to the phone, exit/respring and you should now see your theme installed

    If your phone was not restored just prior to running this procedure, uninstall any SUID fix, summerboard, and customize currently installed, then start the procedure (if you already have the BSD subsystem running, you do not need to reinstall that part)...



    copied from Customize 2.0 Forums, originally posted by v_over_t
  5. jmonster66

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    i dont know whats wrong but customize isnt appearing in smb
  6. 13yearoldbaldnerd

    13yearoldbaldnerd New Member

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    Create the Customize theme manually--
    SSH into your iPod
    go to /private/var/mobile/SummerBoard/Themes for 1.1.3/1.1.4
    or /private/var/root/SummerBoard/Themes for 1.1.1/1.1.2

    copy the theme Default, paste it and rename Customize.
    Choose it in Summerboard
    It should work
  7. jmonster66

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    so i'll just be changing the name of the default theme to customize?? lol
    then whats the point?
  8. 13yearoldbaldnerd

    13yearoldbaldnerd New Member

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    So Customize detects the theme and can change the wallpaper
  9. jmonster66

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    oh.
    i'll try.
    thanks.
  10. jmonster66

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    where do i paste default after i copy it?

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