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I was wondering if anyone knows where/what the files are to theme the Enter Passcode Lock Screen? Thanks for any help. I am also looking to replace the black dots
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    I was wondering if anyone knows where/what the files are to theme the Enter Passcode Lock Screen? Thanks for any help. I am also looking to replace the black dots with a custom image as well!

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    Just themed these in my theme CarbonX HD Pro!

    In Iphone 4:

    Look in System > Library > CoreServices > SpringBoard.app for these files:
    DeviceLockEntryFieldBackground@2x~iphone.png
    DeviceLockKeypad@2x~iphone.png
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    The dot I haven't been able to locate.

    The field it self, I don't know where the original files are, but make these files:
    UIPasscodeFieldBackground.png (124x104px)
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    UIPasscodeFieldBackground_Opaque.png (22x106px)
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    And place them in your theme in UIImages
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    Default The Dots
    The passcode dots are actually the bullets from the iPhone's font file. Best you can do is hack open the font file, which is annoying, will need some paid software, and then edit the bullet graphic using a font editor.

    Otherwise, you would probably have to create a ground-up app, outside of Winterboard, to hack the passcode application files.

    Defs Passcode Skin Pack, is available through Cydia, if you'd like to take a look at all the files you need to edit to make your own skin. You'll notice you need to create different filenames for different iOS version for full compatibility.
    Defs Passcode Skin Pack, available in Cydia

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