New to customize.

Discussion in 'Customize 2.0 Discussions' started by iTouchHoes, May 18, 2008.

  1. iTouchHoes

    iTouchHoes New Member

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    I heard that I was able to customize my iPod Touch by installing the Customize 2.0 application; So I did just that. I was wondering if anyone could help me out, and teach/show me how to actually customize my iPod Touch now.

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  2. ddgv

    ddgv Well-Known Member

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    well you should go to the theme browser (u need to be connnected to wifi) and start looking around for packages that u like... u can preview them .. well most of them anyways... and just pick the ones that u like and download them... once u have them in your ipod u can choose if u want to make them active and which parts of it u want them to be active......


    and it all depends on what do u really want to customize ... so ask and ill answer
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    iTouchHoes New Member

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    Are there any that truly stand out, or do I have to browse through all of them?
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    ddgv Well-Known Member

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    well there is a section with the "top 40" tab... but as u probably know everybody likes different things... so i recomend just looking around and the last tab at the right its the file sets ... there u will find most of the stuff in category order so u can look for specific stuff to change something well specific jeej
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    iTouchHoes New Member

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    Okay, I see. I'll keep that in mind

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    jpga13 Banned

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    Make sure you make a backup of your default theme before you apply any new themes in 2.0.

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