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Well with the old customize i was able to load my carrier image via winscp but now there is no folder for carrier image via winscp so can i?
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    Default Loading Custom Carrier image with cust 2.0?
    Well with the old customize i was able to load my carrier image via winscp but now there is no folder for carrier image via winscp so can i?


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    Has anyone figured out how to do this yet for the 2.0 framework?

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    the carrier image goes in the exactly same place as always ;-)
    /System/Library/Carrier Bundles/YourCarrier.bundle/

    or:
    /private/var/mobile/Library/Carrier Bundle.bundle/

    should take you directly to your carrier

    regards

    edit: oh, so sorry. thought you meant iphone firmware 2.0, not customize 2.0. well, I think there were folders for the different carriers in the customize themes. Like one of my themes had a folder "CarrierTMobile" or "CarrierTMobileGermany" a.s.o.
    Last edited by BlackWolf; 07-28-2008 at 04:53 PM.

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    I've posted these same instructions like 4 times now :P
    If you don't have AT&T replace AT&T with your carrier.
    1. Make the new images in Photoshop (although I used Pixelmator).
    2. Export the images to PNGs.
    3. Open the image in Preview, and make sure the default opening Program is not the application you used to create the image with. (Important)
    4. The names have to be exact, even capitalization, they are Default_CARRIER_ATT.png and FSO_CARRIER_ATT.png
    5. The default image is when the backround will be white, and the FSO is when the backround will be black.
    6. Navigate to /System/Library/Carrier_Bundles/ATT_US/ and backup the original files.
    7. Replace Default_CARRIER_ATT.png and FSO_CARRIER_ATT.png in ATT_US with the ones you made.
    8. If everything was done right, when you restart your iPhone, you should have a custom logo.

    Result:
    Last edited by Numberzz; 07-28-2008 at 05:36 PM.
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    hey adam. i was just wondering what you used to mod your dock?
    did you just ssh it? whats the file name?

    rob

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    Quote Originally Posted by robjrussell View Post
    hey adam. i was just wondering what you used to mod your dock?
    did you just ssh it? whats the file name?

    rob
    I think that's /System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/SBDockBG.png and SBDockBG2.png.

    but since customize is out for 2.0 you can also use that to change it, so you don't have to search ....

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