Theme Interference

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by Tylertut, Feb 22, 2009.

  1. Tylertut

    Tylertut New Member

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    ok well i have the clear theme and a better tap to unlock theme/mod
    and i also installed a matte system theme
    and i over rode the two themes i had installed previously
    anyone have a fix for this?
  2. Vesper

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    what are you using to theme? Winterboard? if thats the case you just need to open winterboard and deselect the themes you don't want to use. If you're changing the original system files, you'll need to restore and re-jailbreak and then download Winterboard from cydia. changing system files is not recommended if you don't know what you're doing.
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    Tylertut New Member

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    i dont think you understand my problem
    i use winterboard
    but i installed a music player theme that included an unlock
    but it changed my lock screen
    and i want my clear tap to unlock screen i had before
    i wanted to try ot edit the theme to remove the unlock screen but dont know which pics to delete
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    awal Well-Known Member

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    Have you put the tap to unlock theme on top of the music player theme in Winterboard? Whichever's first in the list takes priority if both are applied.
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    ir you can ssh the themes off your iPod and recompile them into your own custom theme using the bits and pieces that you like.
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    i think i undersand what he means.... SSH them out of your iPod and delete the lockscreen pic.
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    Tylertut New Member

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    this worked
    thank you

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