Question on themed status bar

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by roxasnriku, Aug 20, 2010.

  1. roxasnriku

    roxasnriku New Member

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    The theme I downloaded on cydia shows that it also changes the status bar but how come it's still the default one?
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    ChrisL Well-Known Member

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    If you're on iOS4, some images have been renamed/relocated, so that could be the problem. If you are familiar with iFile/SSH, rename Default_BG.png to Silver_Base.png, FST_BG.png to Translucent_Base.png and then duplicate Translucent_Base.png and rename it to Black_Base.png.

    Then place them all in /var/stash/Themes.xxxxxx/(Your theme)/UIImages
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    roxasnriku New Member

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    ill try thanks
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    wait where are all the files you mentioned located?
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    ok the status bar that is suppose to be with the theme I downloaded are seperate png files that are located in /var/stash/themes.xxxxxx/(theme)/bundles/com.apple.springboard
    and there's alot of them

    The method you told me helped with putting a seperate status bar theme to the current theme I have now...can anyone help me?

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