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    Default Are these instructions correct for skinning?
    Im following these instructions on changing the icons on my iphone..
    http://www.modmyi.com/wiki/index.php..._skinning_OS_X

    I have windows xp..

    Jailbreak and iphone interface runs smoothly..

    But when i type the first code in for the "calculator"

    i get a fileref=0

    as far as i know isnt it supposed to be fileref=1 which means the file has been transferred..

    Or are there some other set of instructions that im supposed to follow

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    im having the same problem but a few go through heres all the stuff
    Microsoft Windows XP [Version 5.1.2600]
    (C) Copyright 1985-2001 Microsoft Corp.

    CDocuments and Settings\Owner>cd\

    C>cd/

    C>cd phonedmg

    Cphonedmg>iphoneinterface
    iPhoneInterface v0.3.1 built on Jul 14 2007

    Waiting for phone... established.
    iPhone state: Activated
    type "help" for help
    iPhone:/# rmdir
    rmdir: please specify a directory to remove
    iPhone:/# rmdir/applications/calculator.app/icon.png
    rmdir/applications/calculator.app/icon.png: command 'rmdir/applications/calculat
    or.app/icon.png' not found
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png
    fileref: 1

    Cphonedmg>rmdir /Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png
    Invalid switch - "Applications".

    Cphonedmg>putfile Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png
    'putfile' is not recognized as an internal or external command,
    operable program or batch file.

    Cphonedmg>rmdir
    The syntax of the command is incorrect.

    Cphonedmg>cd\

    C>cd phonedmg

    Cphonedmg>iphoneinterface
    iPhoneInterface v0.3.1 built on Jul 14 2007

    Waiting for phone... established.
    iPhone state: Activated
    type "help" for help
    iPhone:/# rmdir
    rmdir: please specify a directory to remove
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png
    fileref: 1
    iPhone:/# rmdir / Applications/Maps.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/Maps.app/icon.png
    fileref: 1
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/MobileCal.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/Mobilecal.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileCal.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/MobileCal.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileCall.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileCal.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/MobileCal.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileCal.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/MobileMail.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileMail.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir / Applications/MobileMusicPlayer.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/#
    *******************DISCONNECTED*******************
    established.


    Cphonedmg>iphoneinterface
    iPhoneInterface v0.3.1 built on Jul 14 2007

    Waiting for phone... established.
    iPhone state: Activated
    type "help" for help
    iPhone:/# rmdir Applications/MobileTimer.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileTimer.app/icon.png
    fileref: 1
    iPhone:/# rmdir Applications/MobileMusicPlayer.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileMusicPlayer.app/icon.png
    fileref: 1
    iPhone:/# rmdir Applications/MobileNotes.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applicaions/MobileNotes.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/MobileSMS.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileSMS.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/MobileSafari.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileSafari.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/MobileSlideShow.app/icon-Camera.png
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/MobileSlideShow.app/icon-Photos.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileSlideShow.app/icon-Camera.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/MobileSlideShow.app/icon-Photos.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/Preferences.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/Preferences.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/Stocks.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/Stocks.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/Weather.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/Weather.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# rmdir /Applications/YouTube.app/icon.png
    iPhone:/# putfile Applications/YouTube.app/icon.png
    fileref: 0
    iPhone:/# cd /System/Library/Lockdown
    /System/Library/Lockdown: No such file or directory
    iPhone:/# cd/System/Library/Lockdown
    cd/System/Library/Lockdown: command 'cd/System/Library/Lockdown' not found
    iPhone:/# cd /System/Library/LockDown
    /System/Library/LockDown: No such file or directory
    iPhone:/# cd /System/Library/Lockdown
    /System/Library/Lockdown: No such file or directory
    iPhone:/# putfile Services.plist
    fileref: 0

    Cphonedmg>

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    when you get fileref:0 you didnt get it, also you dont need to rmdir at all, everything should overwrite. thirdly you dont need to put services.plist back up if your using windows, although you can do this as a percautionary measure but for the most part, its not necessary. This is just me, but i like to cd into the directory then putfile, i havent had any trouble that way, ive been told you can just putfile, but you may want to try to cd in there first. also when you putfile say calculator, type putfile /Applications/Calculator.app/icon.png (put a slash before Applications, or any directory). other than that you look fine.

    edit: if this is not your can of beans you could try manzana here its a click and drag thing, so no miss types. copy manzana into your phonedmg folder and unzip the contents in there, and run in windows. drag and drop your files into the appropriate directory.
    Last edited by arthursdomain; 2007-07-29 at 11:21 AM.

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