You can now install CameraRoll from my repo: http://twistedumbrella.googlepages.com/twist.xml This will add the Camera Roll folder, remove the Camera icon (doesn't work anyway) but NOT symlink files for use with wallpaper. If this function is desired, please PM me. Based on your feedback I can determine if this should be added. My method will still allow all 1.1.1 and 1.1.2 programs to function properly if you are not using 1.1.3. Activate Camera Roll in Photo Album: SSH to /System/Library/CoreServices/Springboard.app and edit N45AP.plist You should find a section named capabilites, add the red text into that. Just make sure it comes after the <dict> below capabilities and before the </dict> after standAloneContacts. <key>capabilities</key> <dict> <key>piezo-clicker</key> <true/> <key>camera</key> <true/> <key>standAloneContacts</key> <true/> </dict> Removing the camera icon from Springboard: SSH to /Applications/MobileSlideShow.app open the info.plist and remove the <dict> blah blah </dict> at the bottom that refers to the Camera function After you respring the camera icon will no longer be visible Camera Roll picture format: JPEG images named IMG_####.JPG and have an accompanying .THM file preview icon Adding pictures to the Camera Roll (1.1.2): I have been doing this through Dev Team 1.1.3, so I can't make any promises regarding earlier firmwares, but I beleive Wallpaper saves to the correct location /private/var/root/Media/DCIM/100APPLE Adding pictures to the Camera Roll (1.1.3): You can either copy all the pictures you have saved to the camera roll using wallpaper, whcih will be in /private/var/root/Media/DCIM/100APPLE, or get new ones. Place them in /private/var/mobile/Media/DCIM/100APPLE Go to your photo album. Camera roll should be your first choice. The camera icon will still be there and I haven't gotten that icon to update to the first picture like the other ones, but what do you expect? The camera roll should now contain all the pictures you just added. Wallpaper (1.1.3): SSH to /private/var/root/Media and back up everything you want to save. Copy these files to /private/var/mobile/Media. Once this is done, delete the entire /private/var/root/Media folder. Create a link file named Media that links to /private/var/mobile/Media Wallpaper option "Save to Camera Roll" will now save files that can be viewed through Photos under Camera Roll. Make sure you set recursive permissions to Media as 777.