1. britcan's Avatar
    BOOT SWAP
    This is the coolest new application from DRUNKNBASS

    Click the link below to see some screenshots

    Boot Swap App Coming Soon | Monster and Friends
    2008-05-21 03:05 AM
  2. GregTheWang's Avatar
    Will this be available to only pwned iPhones?
    2008-05-21 03:32 AM
  3. zsuns's Avatar
    Finally, i've been waiting for an app. like this one, you know so i dont have to go through pwnage and all that shitt to change my boot logo =]
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    2008-05-21 06:19 AM
  4. iBlade's Avatar
    Just checked out the site, and it does look nice indeed. I hope we can try it soon :-)
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    2008-05-21 06:35 AM
  5. zsuns's Avatar
    Will this be available to only pwned iPhones?
    I'd imagine it would be for any iPhone, i think that's the point of this; giving un-pwned iPhones quick and easy access to changing their boot logos.
    A Thanks is always nice =]
    2008-05-21 06:46 AM
  6. Tomer's Avatar
    it says only firmware 2.0+
    2008-05-21 06:53 AM
  7. zsuns's Avatar
    I don't know because it says there is no planned updates for 1.1.4 and that updates will be for 2.0......i think this means it will come out for 1.1.4 and any future updates will be for 2.0 iphones.


    i could be wrong though, maybe im just not understanding the wording.
    A Thanks is always nice =]
    2008-05-21 07:13 AM
  8. SaladFork's Avatar
    WinPwn 1.0 RC1 (it's out now, check out winpwn.com) already lets you change boot images without a restore or change of firmware. I just changed the boot logos of my 1.1.4 iPhone without losing any content whatsoever.

    ~Salad
    - Have a 16gb first gen iPhone running 2.2.1
    - Jailbroken/Unlocked/Activated with QuickPwn
    - Running on T-Mobile USA
    2008-05-21 07:29 AM
  9. zsuns's Avatar
    I know, but the reason i like this way is because you can do it directly through your iPhone, unlike winpwn.
    A Thanks is always nice =]
    2008-05-21 07:31 AM
  10. bhz1's Avatar
    WinPwn 1.0 RC1 (it's out now, check out winpwn.com) already lets you change boot images without a restore or change of firmware. I just changed the boot logos of my 1.1.4 iPhone without losing any content whatsoever.
    Forgive my n00bish question, but when you say you didn't lose content, do you mean that all your apps and any custom icons and graphics (Customize, Summerboard) were untouched. Sometimes people intend "content" to mean settings (ie mail, passwords, etc...)
    2008-05-21 02:28 PM
  11. dale1v's Avatar
    He means he lost nothing at all. SaladFork, WinPwn does change boot logo, but do you want to plug in your phone all the time and open up WinPwn and select a firmware file just to do that one thing? Its like installer/cydia vs SSH. I know that I can install apps via SSH, and fiddle with permissions and file locations, but its a waste of time, so I'll try Installer or Cydia. Goes without saying



    (not saying the quickest option is always best)
    Last edited by dale1v; 2008-05-21 at 05:18 PM.
    2008-05-21 05:10 PM
  12. bhz1's Avatar
    I just was going to try this again and chickened out when Winpwn told me to put my phone into restore mode to continue. This was to clearly do boot logos only.
    2008-05-21 06:42 PM
  13. iBlade's Avatar
    Haha same here, after seeing I have to put my phone in restore I cancelled. Not worth running into trouble just for the boot logo. I'll wait for the boot swap app.
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    2008-05-21 06:59 PM
  14. Aiyo's Avatar
    yay!

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    2008-05-21 11:43 PM
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