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I accidentally used a really ugly theme, and I copied back the regular icons onto my phone, but there is no change. I did rmdir icon.png, putfile icon.png, then putfile
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    Default Uploaded icons and rebooted, no change
    I accidentally used a really ugly theme, and I copied back the regular icons onto my phone, but there is no change. I did rmdir icon.png, putfile icon.png, then putfile Services.plist, but no change in the icons.

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    Remember, in Windows, you have to cd to the directory, and then also putfile with the absolute path.
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    Basically I had icon.png in Cphonedmg, and I just cd to the directory on the iPhone and did putfile icon.png

    I even tried rmdir icon.png && putfile icon.png


    Coming from a Unix environment, I don't know where (or if) Windows keeps cmd logs, so I can't help you there.

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    Quote Originally Posted by poetic_folly View Post

    Remember, in Windows, you have to cd to the directory, and then also putfile with the absolute path.
    absolute path is the keyword here, make sure you type out the entire directory name when using putfile

    example: putfile /Applications/DemoApp.app/icon.png

    let us know if that resolves the problem
    Last edited by Kyle Matthews; 07-29-2007 at 10:43 PM. Reason: added the s to Applications
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    Oh, my bad, it works perfectly now. Thanks!

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