Ok Smarties.. Help with This one...

Discussion in 'iOS Jailbreak & Cydia' started by sangesf, Dec 5, 2007.

  1. sangesf

    sangesf New Member

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    Ok, So when I "click" on Music to start up my Ipod/Music app, I get the usual screen of getting to choose my Playlists or Artists or Songs or Albums... I also have the choice of "more" so I can also choose, Audiobooks, Complilations, etc, etc...

    I installed the Mobile Finder app and it works just fine...

    Here's the thing,


    When I choose that same "MUSIC" app through the Finder, and it loads...

    I get the same screen EXCEPT, where the Albums section was, it now has a "Videos" button I can push to get to my Videos/Movies. I like this WAY much more...

    How do I change the "link" on my springboard to open up THAT app?

    And since I'm asking questions, WHY/HOW is there two different apps and what's the difference? (Obviously besides the "video" addition.)
  2. rokrboy

    rokrboy Retired Moderator

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    It thinks the touch is an iPhone and is taking you to iPod.app (iPhone) . There is a way to get iPod.app on the springboard search for it in the ultimate guide.
  3. sangesf

    sangesf New Member

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    Welp, I followed that "ultimate guide" and NOW, I have NO ICON WHATSOEVER!!!!
    I have EVERY other icon EXCEPT for EITHER Video OR Music

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    What now?


    EDIT: I reverted back to my original files... Can someone just tell me what to edit in my current info.plist (in /Applications/MobileMusicPlayer) and current N45AP.plist (in /Systems/Libary/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app) to make this work?




    FINAL EDIT!!! I finally got it to work... APPARENTLY... on the iPoT, if you have a file called info.plist and a file called Info.plist (one with the letter ' i ' in caps and the other in lower case) they are different files. I just renamed info.plist to Info.plist and it started working. LOL
  4. NormNConquest

    NormNConquest New Member

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    In the UNIX world, we call that a Capital Offense, 'cause it kills you when you realize what you did.

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