Low Battery Message :S

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  1. ibizaGTi

    ibizaGTi New Member

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    Hi guys.

    Using my iPod today (3rd gen, Jailbroken with BlackRa1n), and got the following message...

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    [/IMG]

    I'ts not a serious issue, and doesn't really bother me, but was just wondering what has happened to convince my ipod that its battery has over 3million % remaining

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    ?
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    yanks111890 Well-Known Member

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    1 of 2 things happened

    if you didnt jb your own ipod then the person who did played with your springboard strings

    or the theme you downloaded had an edit speingboard string file

    To fix:
    Option 1:
    SSH to ipod and go to var/root/stash/themes.(random characters) and edit the .strings file
    Option 2:
    Same thing but edit this file
    /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/English.lproj/SpringBoard.strings
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    Cl8rs Active Member

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    I get that message once in a while. I like it

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  4. ibizaGTi

    ibizaGTi New Member

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    Thanks for the reply.

    I jailbroke myself, and didnt change any theme strings.

    What is it I should be editing in theSpringBoard.strings? I open with NotePad and get hundreds of lines of text!
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    yanks111890 Well-Known Member

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    if you have windows hit ctrl+f then type "battery" and you should see the string you need
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    ibizaGTi New Member

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    yup, I found "low_batt_message", which I assume to be the one.

    The string reads @% of battery remaining". I guess that is what it should read?
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    they want you to think your battery lasts forever so you never charge it. and if you don't charge it and it dies, then you fail, and will have to rejailbreak it and start all over again.

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