1. FujuMastah's Avatar
    Don’t care much for the Pwnage Tool’s pineapple boot logo. Would you rather have the Retro (multi-colored) Apple boot logo that was shown in the Pwnage Tool’s demonstration video? Here’s how you can get it.

    On Mac OS X
    1. Download the retro boot logo here.
    2. Right-click or Option-click on the Pwnage Tool app on your computer and select “Show Package Contents”.
    3. Click into “Contents” then “Resources”.
    4. Here you will see a few different folders for different Apple firmwares. You must select the correct folder for your device and firmware version. Example: If you are using an iPhone on version 1.1.4 select the folder named “iPhone1,1_1.1.4_4A102″.
    5. Then simply copy the logo that you downloaded earlier into this folder. Select “Replace” when it asks you if you want to replace the current file.
    6. Launch and run the Pwnage Tool app as you would normally do. This time after your phone gets “pwned” it will reboot with the new Retro Apple Logo instead of the pineapple and any custom IPSW files you make with the Pwnage Tool will also have the new logo.


    There is currently no Pwnage Tool for the Windows OS. When one is released we will have a guide up for it!
    I found this on the net and thought i would share it with the rest of you...

    I could not test this out since i don't own a mac but anyone who does, could try this out and let everyone else know...
    2008-04-09 03:00 AM
  2. bftiedt's Avatar
    it work perfect i did it to my 8 gig . only thing was when i downloaded it , it saved as a mpeg instead of an img2 file. i just went with the rest of the directions and everything worked tho
    2008-04-10 05:41 AM
  3. ian_frs's Avatar
    Worked flawless for me. Does anyone know how to make a img2 image though so we can change it to a different image?
    2008-04-10 07:36 AM
  4. fomoco460's Avatar
    Works like a charm
    2008-04-11 02:10 AM
  5. psedog's Avatar
    I have a Dell running Mac OSX Leopard, thank you for this. That Pwnapple (pineapple) is going to be my restore image now

    Luckily I have MacOSX running on my dell
    I'll be using the pwnapple for the restore image now
    Last edited by psedog; 2008-04-14 at 09:19 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2008-04-14 09:19 AM
  6. Gavin_T's Avatar
    If you download Pwnage 1.1 you can do this through the app. Link Below

    Pwnage 1.1
    2008-05-06 02:14 PM
  7. fryfone's Avatar
    I've been wondering if i re-pwned my 8gb phone will I have to redo all my installed apps and customize stuff or will it just change the logo... I dont wanna do all that just to change a logo...
    If it aint broke... you aint try'en hard enough
    2008-06-01 06:37 AM