Lockscreen Image Name

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  1. Theodosius

    Theodosius Active Member

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    Can someone please tell me what this image name is on the lockscreen? The one circled in red.

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    is that for the pass code?
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    Theodosius Active Member

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    Thats where the black dots come up as you type in the numbers.
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    It's called UIPasscodeFieldBackground.png my question now is, where is the original located? I know the WinterBoard folder is /var/stash/Themes.xxxxxx/Theme/UIImages/ but Where is the original file located.
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    No, it's not, that is the white block in the standard lockscreen.

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    Are you sure, I could have swore it was what you asked for.

    NVM you're right, it's DeviceLockBottomBarBackground.png
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    Theodosius Active Member

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    Yeah, I know... I figured that out, but couldn't find the last part.

    Edit: I tried it with an actual image (I was using an invisible image before) and still no change.. Thanks though.

    Edit2: Lemme try "DeviceLockBottomBarBackground.png" now

    Edit3: It worked, I just placed it in "com.apple.springboard" and it worked, thanks so much!!

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