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Thread: Problem changing my lock screen theme

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    Default Problem changing my lock screen theme
    Hi, I have an iPhone 4 with the latest firmware(don't know of the top of my head sorry). Also I jailbreaked with redsn0w. When I change themes that should have a custom slider and wallpaper, it doesn't change, the wallpaper I set manually is always displayed, with the default unlock bar, I can't get the android unlock either. Also keyboard themes don't apply, but my main theme works, Is there any suggestions?

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    make sure that the theme is compatible with the retina display.

    Access the theme's folder via SSH or iFile and check if there is an @2x at the end of the image files in the bundles/com.apple.TelephonyUI folder.

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    Android Lock only works for like 3.x and below... and the newer version that works for 4.0 crashes my Springboard all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wongjmeng388 View Post
    Android Lock only works for like 3.x and below... and the newer version that works for 4.0 crashes my Springboard all the time.
    I just experienced that crash! I heard it had something to do with having lockinfo installed. Thank you for letting me know about the retina display compatible themes, I now have sexy looking theme called iflat, elite pro hd also. Both very nice :-)

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    np =) I have gladhandler it works pretty well...
    here: iPhoneRuler | Tag Archives: hd they have all the good HD retina themes
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