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Thread: Downloaded ringtones now it's on Winterboard

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    Question Downloaded ringtones now it's on Winterboard
    Hi, I'm kinda new here but learning

    I downloaded some ringtones from cydia, and they work. Now I see em on my Winterboard themes??

    Is it safe to get rid of those from Winterboard but still have the ringtones intact? I checked via SSH under the themes folder and appears to be nothing in there cept for a bunch of empty folders...

    Also on a related note, is it safe to delete the default ringtones that came with the iPhone via SSH?

    Thanks guys n girls!

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    Bump. I have all of the same questions.

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    When you check the tones in winterboard it changes a default one. Like many of the tones for texting. I wouldn't delete the default just in case.

    If you remove the downloaded tones that are in winterboard it will remove them as well meaning you can't use them anymore.
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    Thanks for getting back to me about deleting the ringtones in Winterboard. Is it true there is a way to prioritize themes in Winterboard? I heard that the closer something is to the top, the more likely it is to overwrite something else that is vying for that spot. I guess if you had two lockscreen images checked on accident, then the one on top would be the one that is seen? Any light on this? I have searched for documentation/guides on Winterboard but I can't really find any written beyond a basic understanding.

    Thanks again for answering my earlier question.

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