Settings-No "Wallpaper" button!

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  1. RoosterPandemic

    RoosterPandemic Member

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    Hey, guys

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    So when I go to the Settings on my iPod Touch 2g (3.1.2), and go to "General", the Wallpaper button doesn't show up!

    Idk why!! And you might be wondering why I'd even use the Wallpaper button, but I sorta like the built-in wallpapers better.

    PLEASE help me!

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  2. DWY

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    Hey, if your using a package from cydia that combines your movie and music app into the iPod app then that's why. You can just turn it off in winterboard, change your wallpaper, and turn it back on.
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    Are you serious -_- THAT'S WHY!?
    Aw damn it. I liked MMP Flip too

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    Well, thanks anyways!
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    You can still use it but if u want to use stock wallpapers just turn it off then turn it back on when your done.
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    the one were they combine music and videos, is that MMFlip?
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    Yeah, MobileMusicPlayer Flip
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    I wonder why it does that.

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