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So I've been really enjoying Prestige HD lately on my iPhone 4, but I'd like to take it a step further and change the lock screen's wallpaper. Prestige HD seems
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    Question Change theme's lockscreen wallpaper
    So I've been really enjoying Prestige HD lately on my iPhone 4, but I'd like to take it a step further and change the lock screen's wallpaper.

    Prestige HD seems to "cover up" the wallpaper that I've chosen in Photos or Settings with its own, so how do I go about making sure Prestige HD doesn't do that (or any other theme, for future reference)?

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    Haven't used that theme myself, so I suggest that perhaps you post your question in that themes thread. It must have a widget, wallpaper HTML or something that will not allow it to change

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    Having not used the theme I don't know for sure, but here's how to change it in any theme I've tried with so it's worth a look?

    Firstly, open the theme folder and back-up the file LockBackground.html so you can return the theme to it's original state easily
    Then, open the original copy of that file with the text viewer
    Seach for this line of coding (or something similar):

    <img src="XXXXX.png"

    But XXXXX will be the name of the file used by default as the wallpaper.

    Simply delete this line (and any code for style that may be after it) and you should be good to go

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