More SSH things to do?

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  1. itzJake

    itzJake Banned

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    What other things besides installing themes and hacking some games can you do with SSH?
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    leanr more about the ipod, look at the files, architecture, etc...
  3. itzJake

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    Yeah, what kind of files are there?
    Anything good to edit on the iPod?
    To make it look good?
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    well that would fall in the category of themes wouldn't it? I don't know of any way to "make it look good" besides theming. What do you mean? perhaps I may have misunderstood.
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    Like changing the lockscreen writing like "slide to unlock" etc
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    I saw a tutorial on how to do this on this site, try the tutorial link at the top of the page and look from there, or search it.
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    /system/library/coresevices/springboard/springboard.plist

    i think thats the right navigation, open up that plist and edit whats in the " " only. Make sure you have a backup incase you screw up.
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    Some old, deleted apps like to leave traces of their dirt behind. I like to snoop around my directories and take them out when they are least expecting it.

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