Where is The Black Background Image?

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 1.1.3 Discussions' started by shuffle, Jan 25, 2008.

  1. shuffle

    shuffle Member

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    Where is it located? I have been trying to find a way to replace it, but no luck...

    Anyone Know where it is?
  2. ipodtouch1234

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    it is lockbackground.png. but, on the springboard, the default is blank. it doesn't have an image.
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    super51fan Well-Known Member

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    i think they are asking for the black screen in the springboard
  4. soccerpro100cn

    soccerpro100cn New Member

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    now that summerboard doesn't work, it would be great if some one was able to find where the springboard background is located
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    thats what I have been trying to do, all you would have to do is replace that file with your own...
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    I know. thats why I said the default is black. The default lockbackground.png is the picture of the earth from space.
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    soccerpro100cn New Member

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    did a bit of searching and found out that there is no image whatsoever for the springboard. What summerboard does is creates an image an edits the lists so that an image appears. Think of it like an app running behind your icons.
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    so if your saying its an app running, you can just kill it by looking up the processes with 'top' in termvt100? and maybe kill it with kill ## and the process number?
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    no I said that summerboard runs its own app in the background and that it doesn't work because the new firmware screws it up

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