iOS 4.0 Jailbroken, so?

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by Touched, Aug 2, 2010.

  1. Touched

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    I mean... What aré tose awesome must have? What makes you really need to be jailbroken? It's my firsr time, and apart from the fact that Now it tales more time to reboot and it makes a weird line on the top while the Apple logo is being displayed, i cant see any big deal. If i dont find anything useful in the next few hours im just going to restore and delete jb. Anyone could please make this new jb user see that big treasure jb brings?
    Note: dont use themes as a point, i don't like them (better said, i like the default one)
    Hope anyone could help me. Thanks!
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    If you delete it you're an idiot.

    You can make pretty much any modification you want. I would start with SBSettings, Backgrounder, iFile, and Winterboard.
    SBSettings gives easier access to change settings and access to previously unaccessable mods like a battery percentage.
    Backgrounder enables a better multitasking service.
    iFile allows you to open files downloaded from Safari and change other system files, like your slide to unlock text.
    Winterboard allows you to install themes, which change the look of the lock screen, background, icons, sliders, just about anything about the appearance of the device.
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    Wow thanks for the fast reply.
    Isnt sbs kind of just shortcut?
    About the others (personally, maybe for you are great) they are not a big deal for me
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    if you dont like themes, your a f***ing idiot
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    Yes, you slide your fingure across the status bar (Bar with the "iPod" WiFi meter, time, and battery bar) and it brings down a shortcut type deal with options to enable/disable bluetooth, data, WiFi, view processes, enable hidden options, respring, and use power options (Reboot, Lock, Respring, Turn off, and enable safe mode) insanely fast.
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    let's be nice, shall we?

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