PocketTouch Skins

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  1. Samevans

    Samevans New Member

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    I just found today that RupertGee's repository has some Pocket Touch skins that are really cool:

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    And some more.

    So, if you want to have them, just:

    1. Launch Cydia™.
    2. Tap on the “More Package Sources” link on the Home page.
    3. Scroll down, look for, and tap on “RupertGee“.
    4. Tap on the “Install” button on the top-right corner of the screen.
    5. Tap “Confirm” to start adding the RupertGee Repository, and you’re done.

    http://redwolfberry.com/rupertgee/iBlog/

    Cheers!
  2. Protocol7

    Protocol7 New Member

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    Does it work like a real touchwheel?
  3. that one guy

    that one guy New Member

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    fail. this app's screen is supposed to be blank so the battery doesn't die as fast.
  4. Pickaxe

    Pickaxe New Member

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    Thanks for sharing. I've been searching for these for a while
  5. STx

    STx New Member

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    I second what that one guy said. It kind of ruins the whole idea of the app. It's supposed to be a blank screen so you can keep it in your pocket when your skiing, snowboarding, running, whatever, and easily change the song and not worry about your battery dying. Nice idea anyway..
  6. Pickaxe

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    It really doesn't matter if the background picture is colorful or whatever, it's the backlight that drains the battery. As long has you enable Auto-Dim you should be fine.
  7. Ex-Touch

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    Actually, it requires more power to produce colors than black and white. So it's best with a black background.
  8. brent6

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    Sweeeet! I hope they'll update this and be able to emulate the scroll wheel like on the other iPod models.

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