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    Default upload SMS ringtones on 2.0 pwn??
    Hey guys,
    I am trying to upload SMS ringtones using Fugu. However, I have followed the tutorials on this website and the folders that it tells me to go into, I can not find? Is the file format different? If anybody has an idea on how to do this on 2.0. I would greatly appreciate it!
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    -Matt

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    the file location is /system/library/audio/uisounds/ sms-received1...2...3 etc

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    looked it up and if I'm not mistaken the SMS rings should be in
    /System/Library/Audio/UISounds/
    and named
    sms-received1.caf to sms-received9.caf

    regards

    edit: too slow ..
    Last edited by BlackWolf; 07-26-2008 at 02:38 PM.

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    when i use fugu to get into the phone. I use the username: root password : alpine

    when I sign in it gives me two folders library and media.
    when I click on Library, it gives me 5 choices
    Address book
    Caches
    cookies
    keyboard
    lockdown
    preferences..
    All of which basically leads me down a list to no where

    wow, I am lame . lol
    I found it!!
    Last edited by mylexon20s; 07-26-2008 at 02:50 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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    where did u find it? i get those options too, but no UIsounds
    jailbroken & unlocked 1G iphone with the incredible Pwngtool 2.0

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    Quote Originally Posted by gitane23 View Post
    where did u find it? i get those options too, but no UIsounds
    that's because you don't start in / but rather in /private/var/mobile/ or something.

    just go a few directories up until you are in the root directory (/)

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    iBrickr worked for me and its a piece of cake. 16gb JB 2.0 WinPwn

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