iOS 4.0 Unlock.aiff

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  1. Snowballwarrior

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    EDIT Problem Fixed:

    For a lockscreen unlock sound:

    1. You have to put it as unlock.caf
    2. Then Put it in its own folder in the theme called UISounds
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    Are you sure when you replaced the existing one that the case was the same because uppercase and lowercase in the beginning matters. Also, did you do a full respring after you replaced it? If you're not sure if you did you could always run "launchctl stop com.apple.SpringBoard" (no quotes) with SSH to do it.
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    Well I did not replace the existing ones I am trying to put this in a theme for Winterboard. All of the files that go in the springboard.app file you have to put in /bundles/com.apple.springboard

    Which I did and I made sure that it was exactly as it was written by apple.
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    I thought Winterboard didn't work properly on 4.0. Try adding .bak to the one in SpringBoard.app and putting in yours and respring. If it works, then it's just that Winterboard doesn't work right.
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    Edit: look at first post
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    I'm not sure then. I'm searching through the 4.0 filesystem and not finding any other one except for in SpringBoard.app
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    Look up at my first post I found all the sounds under system/library/Audio/UISounds

    Thanks for the help man
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    Oh sh*t, I saw that folder when I searched it for you but then I remembered it wrong so I thought it didn't exist. Also, what is a .caf file?
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    It is just a sound file that your iPod can read, all you have to do is change the .xxx (the xxx being the type of sound file) to .caf and place it in the folder.

    I have no clue as of what this actual type of file is or when or by whom uses it other than apple ipods.
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    What type of file did you change because I'm sure it matters. Did you have an m4a file?

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