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    Default Uploading SummerBoard themes 'How To' w/iBrickr
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    IMPORTANT: YOU MUST INSTALL SUMMERBOARD FIRST!
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    ALSO IMPORTANT: THIS TUTORIAL WORKS WITH FW 1.0.2,1.1.1,MAYBE 1.1.2, BUT NOT 1.1.3.
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    I get a handful of PMs a week asking me how to upload a SummerBoard theme manually. Most of the PMs ask specifically about iBrickr.

    So I created a 'How To' for iBrickr. Now I know there are other ways to do it, specifically with iPhoneBrowser, but this only addresses iBrickr. This tut assumes a few things. It assumes you are using Windows. It assumes you are using a firmware version supported by iBrickr. I made it a pdf.

    I'm hoping this is pretty dummy proof. If you can't upload a theme after reading this please drop off your iPhone at the door.

    Hope this helps.

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    I created a tutorial for uploading SB themes with iPhoneBrowser as well. Click me.
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    Last edited by soulthoughts; 2008-02-07 at 12:30 AM.

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    this is EXACTLY what i've been looking for, i know there are other ways to do it but i just wanted something simple, no downloading required, just use the ibrickr program i already had. thanks SO much!

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    Quote Originally Posted by iphonerox View Post
    this is EXACTLY what i've been looking for, i know there are other ways to do it but i just wanted something simple, no downloading required, just use the ibrickr program i already had. thanks SO much!
    Not a problem. I think there are a lot of people that needed a tutorial with screenshots.

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    Awesome tut, like u said there are plenty that needed it. Great job!

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    Thanks Soo Much

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    Quote Originally Posted by spe3do View Post
    Thanks Soo Much
    No problem...

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    where can i find ibrickr and can it be used with 1.1.1 jailbroken by jailbreakme.com

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    thank thank you thank you !!!!!!

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    Thanks..helped a lot

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    Hi,
    I am just wondering will ibrickr work with 1.1.2?
    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by bmbm123 View Post
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    I am just wondering will ibrickr work with 1.1.2?
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    I don't think it will but someone can correct me if I'm wrong.

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    It will work fine for uploading. It will not work for Ringtones. It should work for PXL installation, if you need that.

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    ibrickr 0.91 if ya cant find it pm me and i forward it on

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    quick question, i downloaded the supernova theme from this web site, and i c no seperate folders for icons, dock and wallpaper, so is it all in the one file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by azureshakr View Post
    quick question, i downloaded the supernova theme from this web site, and i c no seperate folders for icons, dock and wallpaper, so is it all in the one file?
    If it's a zip or rar file then yes, all the images are in one file. You need to unpack the file in that case to get to all the images.

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    so every icon must have the same name as the folder of the app ?? for instance

    weather.ico must be named Weather.png
    etc etc ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by stocis View Post
    so every icon must have the same name as the folder of the app ?? for instance

    weather.ico must be named Weather.png
    etc etc ??
    I'm not sure what you mean but here's what a SummerBoard theme should look like.

    Theme folder
    Dock.png
    Wallpaper.png
    Icons folder
    Weather.png
    Photos.png
    Camera.png

    ....and whatever other icons you have.

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    I have a 1.1.2 iPhone 4.6BL. I can't find

    "Scroll down until you see the
    ‘Summerboard/’ folder and
    click it."

    Summerboard is not there. Isn't it possible to upload themes to the new iPhone using ibrickr?

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    i meant the actual NAME of each icon.png.. should it be AppNameExactlyAsItsNamed.png ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eirikdh View Post
    I have a 1.1.2 iPhone 4.6BL. I can't find

    "Scroll down until you see the
    ‘Summerboard/’ folder and
    click it."

    Summerboard is not there. Isn't it possible to upload themes to the new iPhone using ibrickr?
    You probably haven't installed Summerboard then.

    Reako

    Quote Originally Posted by stocis View Post
    i meant the actual NAME of each icon.png.. should it be AppNameExactlyAsItsNamed.png ?
    Inside the Icons folder, the way you need to name each png is related to the Display name of the App on the Homescreen. For instance, on the homescreen, the default applications are name Text, Mail, iPod, Safari and so forth. It can not be be named according to the actual Application folder, just the display name under the relevant icon on the homescreen.

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    Last edited by Reako; 2007-12-05 at 09:56 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost

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