Unofficial "How To" install Battery Themes on iPod Touch

Discussion in 'iOS Themes and Customization' started by PCKid, Nov 19, 2007.

  1. PCKid

    PCKid New Member

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    obviously wrong. withdrawn
  2. nitro91

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    this should be pinned
    nice, or make a big howto thread
    also you made or going to make one on themes?
  3. simonrichards150

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    I think you should clean it up a bit actually, lol, you know just break it up into paragraphs a bit or have clear steps.

    I think this should be stickied, when its a bit clearer.
  4. PCKid

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    agreed. glad you like it. off to the shops. will clean it up when i come back.
  5. lilskaterpunk

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    This is awesome! Great job bud

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  6. tsinghua

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    It is better to release new battery theme in the correct file names.
  7. tsinghua

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    There is no need to change files access mode to 755.
    Read access is enough.
  8. PCKid

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    Well by default they didn't work. So it's probably easier to leave it at 755 as most people know what that is from other threads.
  9. tsinghua

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    I checked the battery png files Backup installed with customize. There is no file numbered 0. So there is no need to re-number the files. Just replace "_" to "-" and change the 100% file name to the base file name without "-" and number.
    In your example, just delete "-17" from the file name.
    I tested with my iPod. This works fine.
  10. PCKid

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    hmm. i couldn't get 100 that way as number 17 is the 100% one. So how do you get 100%? still as long as it works for you thats great. It didn't for me.

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