Winterboard help!

Discussion in 'iPod touch Firmware 2.X Jailbreak' started by Fusion, Aug 13, 2008.

  1. Fusion

    Fusion New Member

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    Hi. I recently downloaded a theme for winterboard. Its called "iWood Realize"

    Now, I like the wallpaper, but I don't like how it changed some of my icons... is there any way i can get the icons back to default (the way they looked before)


    my ipod is 8GB ipod touch 2.0.1 firmware, jailbroken, etc etc.. i can SSH, etc.


    EDIT: Instead of making another thread, I make another question!

    How do I delete Winteboard themes I have installed from Cydia? As a matter of fact, how do I delete anything I install from Cydia?
  2. jack.misner@virgin.net

    jack.misner@virgin.net New Member

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    goto /private/var/stash/themes.xxxxxx/iWood Realize/Icons
    delete all the icons you dont want to be customised.
  3. Fusion

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    and this will bring the icons back to default?
  4. Veritas06

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    Yes.

    To uninstall items from Cydia: Go to Manage -- Packages -- Then your apps are listed alphabetically.
  5. Fusion

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    Umm, iWood Realize is not there under "themes.xxxx"
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    anyone?
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    aaanyone? lol
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    If you get it off installer it's in private/var/mobile/Library/Summerboard/Themes

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