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  1. iblackwind

    iblackwind New Member

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    please help me! i just ehemed my ipod touch 2g using Voltage, i have some questions
    1.I heard that Winterboard does not need a reboot?,how do i do that?
    2.I just downloaded the hp touchsmart theme how do i put it inside the ipod?
    3.If i install an app do i need to reboot every single time?

    Thats all for now!
    Thanks for your answers in advance!!
  2. firefoxuser

    firefoxuser New Member

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    i guess your new to fail too :

    FAIL

    - double post
    - ehem? wtf its called jailbreak
  3. lumpy211

    lumpy211 New Member

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    You're not helping at all. Now go away.

    1. I think you have to reboot after installing Winterboard, otherwise your theme won't show up.
    2. To apply a theme, just tap Winterboard, tap the theme you want to set, and it should automatically set once you exit Winterboard (assuming you already rebooted your iPod after installing Winterboard)
    3. You don't need to reboot every time. I have an app called gUICache from Cydia that resprings if I need to. However, if you install a bunch of apps at a time and don't reboot, your iPod will get laggy (like this whiner here). So it's best to reboot after installing every program you have to keep things running quickly.

    Hopefully that helps.
  4. firefoxuser

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    thats how its going to be^^^ alright its on b*tch
  5. Jaikob

    Jaikob New Member

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    He's got a point. All you did was criticize the user, he actually helped the user.

    Now go on and play little kiddies.
  6. Jim Ver

    Jim Ver New Member

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    ok stay ontopic guys
  7. vannmann

    vannmann New Member

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    i just want to know what ehemed is, thats a new one on me? just asking.
  8. firefoxuser

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    i pebbeled, stoned and bricked my ipod touch all on the same day xD
  9. celticmoon

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    The T key is only 2 keys away from the E key. Obviously a repeated typo. It happens. Firefoxuser just isn't very fluent in typonese, and this inadequacy causes a need to lash out. Thorazine drip, anyone?

    A reboot is not necessary to apply themes, but when installing the Winterboard app you are told to once installed. The easiest way to avoid having to reboot when installing it is to install SBsettings first, and using that to respring instead.
  10. SiN Altr Ego EL

    SiN Altr Ego EL New Member

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    reported.
    ------------------double post merged------------------
    1: u can get it without a reboot (so i've heard) and here is how. first download sbsettings. then go and download winterboard. when cydia asks u to reboot, open sbsettings (sliding ur finger across the status bar) and hit respring. it should work. thats what i've read in a few threads.
    2: he covered it
    3: u don't have to reboot everytime u install something. its just a hastle. respringing ur ipod should be fine. and honestly, it should respring for u when u exit cydia after installing an app anyways. so u should b ok.

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