1. reminisce's Avatar
    Hi guys, i was wondering if someone could point me in the direction of finding the folder names and icon names of the native icons in the iphone 4 such as phone, messages, safari. Etc. Thanks
    2010-09-19 03:58 PM
  2. PieLighter's Avatar
    If you want to change these icons with Winterboard, create a folder called Icons in your theme folder. The icons for the iP4 are 120x120 I think. Create the icon and name it exactly as the app appears on the springboard. It is case sensitive. For example, ipod.png won't work, but iPod.png will.
    To actually find the icons, go to the Applications folder with i-FunBox/WinSCP/whatever you use. There you will find all of the apps that come with the iPhone and the ones that are installed via Cydia.
    Last edited by PieLighter; 2010-09-19 at 05:10 PM.
    2010-09-19 04:52 PM
  3. rocky5's Avatar
    The icons are 118x120 (double the size of old iPhones (59x60))

    these are all the native apps bundle names and icon labels.

    Bundles\com.apple.AppStore\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.calculator\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.compass\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.Maps\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.MobileAddressBook\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobilecal\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobileipod\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobileipod\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobileipod\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobilemail\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobilenotes\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobilephone\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobilesafari\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobileslideshow\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobileslideshow\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.MobileSMS\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.MobileStore\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.mobiletimer\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.nike\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.Preferences\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.stocks\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.VoiceMemos\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.weather\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.weather\[email protected]
    Bundles\com.apple.youtube\[email protected]
    2010-09-20 02:16 AM
  4. reminisce's Avatar
    Thank you very much rocky, may i ask where you got this from?
    And thanks to you too Pie, but that wasnt what i was after, i knew that already and using that method my icons appear to be pixelated but according to stuff i read putting icons into the bundles will make them not... correct me if im wrong anyone.
    2010-09-20 02:55 AM
  5. rocky5's Avatar
    Thank you very much rocky, may i ask where you got this from?
    And thanks to you too Pie, but that wasnt what i was after, i knew that already and using that method my icons appear to be pixelated but according to stuff i read putting icons into the bundles will make them not... correct me if im wrong anyone.
    I manually got them i took all info.plist files out of the apps folders and looked at there bundle names and what the icon name was ie. if the I was a cap or lowercase.

    as i now have to skin my theme this way so there not pixelated.

    icon.png also does the same job in bundles it doesn't get oversized example is cydia it doesn't have a [email protected] so you have to just use icon.png but in the bundles folder it get resized correctly.

    Apple are Control freaks we need to stop them before they take over the world!!
    2010-09-20 07:08 PM
  6. PhAzE Variance's Avatar
    Use "icon thief". It will do all the hard work for you by getting the icons and organizing them into bundle folders all named properly and everything with just a single click. Does all the apps on your phone.
    2011-07-21 07:23 AM
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