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    Post pics of ur Mod'd iphone. . .
    anyone get into modding just did my first one. . if u mod'd ur phone post a pic. . . nothing crazy just kept it simple


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    Thats pretty darn cool, what program did you use??

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    Thats brilliant!

    +rep

    (if thats real)

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    How did you change the icons? Funtastic only lets you move them around

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    I didnt create the icons. . .other people on other sites have made them, but i went in and coded them. . .here is a link with instructions on how to do it. . .it is a real pain in the *** at first not to bad. . .

    http://www.hacktheiphone.com/iphone_...tem_icons.html

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    some people did some really nice ones. . check this one out:


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    That's pretty sweet, but I wouldn't have done the reflections, it doesn't look right when the icons are stacked like that. It would look amazing if the reflection is removed and the icons re-centered.
    "Give so much time to the improvement of yourself that you have no time to criticize others"

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    Those look fantastic. It doesn't look like it's too difficult to do from the website. Have you noticed any functional problems as a result of the modding?

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    Wow, those round icons are gorgeous. I'm definitely going to look into modding my icons.


    Edit: After reading the directions, maybe I'll just wait until a GUI version is released, or possibly incorporated into iFuntastic...

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    I've been trying to work through the directions and am having trouble successfully finishing the second run of jailbreak. I keep getting told that "apparently something went wrong. Try again." any suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NolaWegs View Post
    I've been trying to work through the directions and am having trouble successfully finishing the second run of jailbreak. I keep getting told that "apparently something went wrong. Try again." any suggestions?

    i get that everyonce in a while. . i usually restart my phone and computer. . .make sure itunes is closed. . .and no i havent seen any functional problems as of yet

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    After tinkering around with it for a while, I realized that it's just one of the those things that happens. I'm impressed with how "relatively" simple the modding process is. After a few hours tonight I was able to perfectly replicate this theme ...I always wanted my own tricorder! The possibilites are endless. I can't wait to see what the rest of the interweb comes up with as this becomes more and more popular.

    I'd also like to add to those of you that are hesitant to try this due to lack of experience. I have very little programming experience, myself; I know the basics of the command prompt but little more. I found this process is to be very easy to understand, the link posted earlier provides wonderful step-by-step directions. Additionally, as long as you back up (sync) before you begin your mods, the worst thing that will happen is that you do a factory reset and you are right back where you started. If you're feeling adventurous and have a few hours to kill, this is a great project to undertake that yields incredible results

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    NolaWegs - That is officially the first thing anyone has done that has made me want an iPhone more than anything else in the world. That is very very cool.

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    Man that is really KEWL.

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    Not that im trying to start crap but can you not show us the reall pic of your iphone if thats what you were able to make it look like?
    it's clear that the pic is fake.


    Quote Originally Posted by NolaWegs View Post
    After tinkering around with it for a while, I realized that it's just one of the those things that happens. I'm impressed with how "relatively" simple the modding process is. After a few hours tonight I was able to perfectly replicate this theme ...I always wanted my own tricorder! The possibilites are endless. I can't wait to see what the rest of the interweb comes up with as this becomes more and more popular.

    I'd also like to add to those of you that are hesitant to try this due to lack of experience. I have very little programming experience, myself; I know the basics of the command prompt but little more. I found this process is to be very easy to understand, the link posted earlier provides wonderful step-by-step directions. Additionally, as long as you back up (sync) before you begin your mods, the worst thing that will happen is that you do a factory reset and you are right back where you started. If you're feeling adventurous and have a few hours to kill, this is a great project to undertake that yields incredible results

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