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    Default Removing "Enter Passcode"
    Is this possible?



    I want to get rid of the text "Enter Passcode"...

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    That's a good one! I'd like to change it as well. Hmmmm ...

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    Its part of the SpringBoard.strings file.

    This is the value for the passcode:

    <key>ENTER_PASSCODE</key>
    <string>Enter Passcode</string>

    You can add or change it with a text editor or iFile.
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    ^ thanks! I should have known but I wrongly assumed it'd be somewhere else. All I had to do was mod springboard.strings in my theme.

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    Wow, it worked!

    I didn't think it was that easy. I've asked this question multiple times and someone finally knows how to do it. Thanks a whole lot! =)

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    awesome but where is SpringBoard.strings located on iphone?

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    it is in the theme, you can add it with iDesigner if you want
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    Look in SpringBoard.app/en.lproj of your theme or make the needed folders for a theme. Original file (don't change here but gives you an idea what can be changed in a theme) is in System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/English.lproj/SpringBoard.strings

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    i may give iDesigner a go.
    I have the illumine theme installed but do not have SpringBoard.app/en.lproj file in there. it seems the only one i have found is in the System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/English.lproj/SpringBoard.strings area

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    Oops forgot to add that SpringBoard .app is in a folder called "Folders"

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    thanks. i found the "folders" under my theme but nothing is in there.
    should i copy the SpringBoard.app to this folder and modify it?

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    You only need the parts of it you wish modified. Make a copy to your desktop or wherever. Open it and change the parts you want. Keep those and delete the other parts that remain "stock". Then copy/move it into your theme. For an example my SpringBoard.strings file (in my theme) looks like this:

    "ALARM_LOCK_LABEL"*=*"Wake*Up!";
    "AWAY_LOCK_LABEL"*=*"Dave's*not*here";
    "CALENDAR_LOCK_LABEL"*=*"***";
    "CF_USER_NOTE_LOCK_LABEL"*=*"**";
    "ENTER_PASSCODE"*=*"Enter*at*your*own*risk!";
    "POWER_DOWN_LOCK_LABEL"*=*"Bye*Bye";
    "SLIDE_TO_ANSWER"*=*"Answer*me!";
    "SLIDE_TO_CALL_BACK"*=*"Call*back";
    "SLIDE_TO_CANCEL"*=*"Cancel";
    "SLIDE_TO_LISTEN"*=*"Listen";
    "SMS_LOCK_LABEL"*=*"Yohimbe!";
    "TIMER_LOCK_LABEL"*=*"Outta*Time!";

    Huh! Well the spaces translated to *'s so where you see a * there should be a space
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    Thanks for the info.
    I will continue to play with this until it works

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    This post was super helpful, made me sign up for ModMyI. Thanks everyone, I got the "Enter Passcode" lock gone, added the string text with ifile to my custom Typophone 4 theme. Now, does anyone know how to remove that background image, the one behind where enter passcode used to be? I would really like to see my wallpaper background on the lock screen. Thanks all.

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