What’s this? 2 themes in 24 hours? You know it! These Notification Center themes are super easy to make, so I’m probably going to crank a few more out in the next few days before moving on to updating the SMS/Dialers/LockScreen themes.
Remember, you need to add the repo to Cydia in order to install my themes.
It’s batteries time! I’ve probably promised one of these before, but now I’m actually acting on it. Bout time, huh?
Anyway, back when I had my iPhone 3G, I whipped up some battery themes and asked for feedback on them. People seemed to like them! So, since I now have an iPhone 4, those themes are useless to me. I’ll probably still put them up for those without the iPhone 4 Retina Display (3G, 3GS, etc.) and offer different versions for HD dispays like mine.
So, this one is a the Ohio State Block O logo battery. It fills from the bottom to the top (vertical) instead of horizontally, like the stock battery.
Also, check out Elias Limneos’ AnimateBattery tweak (free in Cydia) for a cool effect.
NOTE: Don’t forget, you must select this theme in Winterboard and respring in order for it to work!
Regular (non-jailbroken) iPhones boot up and look like this. And while you may not reboot/respring that often, that bootlogo is still extremely boring. Being that we, as jailbreakers, can pretty much customize every other thing about the way our iDevices look, why not have a custom bootlogo too?
This is now possible, so I have made a nice little Ohio State Block O bootlogo to replace the stock one.
When you install this, Chronic Dev-Team’s Animate package will also install. That’s the backend program you’ll need to manage any bootlogo you download and want to activate. Choose your new BootLogo via the Settings app.
As always, if there are problems with this release, please comment and let me know, so I can fix it!