1. Robbyg's Avatar
    Im on windows xp cheers would good if you could help
    2008-01-13 03:43 PM
  2. aahandagr8's Avatar
    OK. I learnt how to use SSH. I'll tell you how to use both methods:

    The SSH Method

    1. Get WinSCP from here.

    2. After installing, launch WinSCP.

    3. In host name, type in the IP address of your iPhone. (To find IP address, go to Settings -> Wi-Fi, and click on the blue arrow next to your connection.)

    4. Don't fill in anything else, and press login.

    5. It might say something about a cache, just read the message, and press whichever one continues with the process.

    6. Now it'll ask for a username and password. Try these two combinations. Depending on your firmware, one of them will work.

    Username: root
    Password: alpine

    Username: root
    Password: dottie

    7. You're in. Now you have full access to your iPhone on your computer using Wi-Fi.

    ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

    The Non-SSH Method (the easier method)

    1.Get iPhoneBrowser from here.

    2. Install it, and then launch.

    3. Dock your iPhone.

    *DONE*
    Last edited by aahandagr8; 2008-01-13 at 05:21 PM.
    2008-01-13 05:18 PM
  3. Robbyg's Avatar
    Thank you very much buddy learning all the time

    Hi i get all the info up on the screen i click weather app and it shows 2 file one being the pslit file so i click on it and it comes up with an error do i click continue on this ? cheers
    Last edited by Robbyg; 2008-01-14 at 01:15 PM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2008-01-14 01:15 PM
  4. aahandagr8's Avatar
    I've hosted the modified Info.plist in the Downloads section here. Download it, extract, and then overwrite the one in /Applications/Weather.app

    Make sure you make a backup of the original Info.plist, by saving it in a safe place in your computer. (By safe, I mean less prone to viruses or corruption)
    2008-01-14 01:29 PM
  5. markmcgarrigle's Avatar
    sites not working
    2008-01-14 10:24 PM
  6. aahandagr8's Avatar
    2008-01-15 07:31 AM
  7. Idos's Avatar
    This happens because the new 1.1.2 firmware uses the icon from the Springboard default and not the one from the weather.app.

    Heres i guide i made up myself to help you guys out on this problem.

    1. SSH your iphone and go to /Application/Weather.app/
    2. copy Info.plist to your desktop
    3. go to this link Binary to XML converter
    4. Click browes on their website and locate your info.plist
    5. Click convert and save your file
    6. Open the converted info.plist in notepad
    7. locate and delete <key>SBIconClass</key> <string>SBWeatherApplicationIcon</string>
    8. paste back the info.plist in your /Application/Weather.app/ folder

    Optional:
    9. you can delete the other icon that is in /system/library/coreservices/springboard.app/, the file name is SBWeatherCelsius.png

    Your all good, now your icon will change along with the summerboard themes.

    If i was able to help you, im really deperate for "thanks" just hit the thanks botton.
    thanks!!!
    I have the same problem but the link reported doesn't work.
    Can someone help me pls?
    2008-01-17 10:47 AM
  8. aahandagr8's Avatar
    Idos: You don't need to take the trouble of editting it yourself. Get the fixed file here:

    http://modmyi.com/forums/downloads.php?do=file&id=1936

    And then replace the file in /Applications/Weather.app with the fixed file.
    2008-01-17 12:03 PM
  9. Berserker26's Avatar
    Any chance of getting this fix for 1.1.3?
    2008-02-04 07:59 AM
  10. edichao's Avatar
    Hi, I was delete the SBWeatherCelsius.png
    so i can't see the weather icon on the desktop.
    how can i get it back?
    2008-02-12 12:55 PM
  11. nickh's Avatar
    Any chance of getting this fix for 1.1.3?
    You can use the 1.1.2 fix it worked for me, on 1.1.3 no problems what so ever.
    2008-02-12 01:03 PM
  12. Robbyg's Avatar
    Hi i have tried this fix and replaced the pslist in the application but it does not work not sure why not was using iphone browser went to applications weather english and change replaced to plist but still nothing any ideas ?
    2008-02-13 09:20 PM
  13. Robbyg's Avatar
    Its ok just me being stupid and replacing the wrong one all sorted now lol
    2008-02-17 12:31 PM
  14. Altra001's Avatar
    Absolute Ledgend.

    Many Thanks.
    2008-02-21 02:17 PM
  15. NetMage's Avatar
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    Starlight Computer Wizardry
    Pocket-sized Development
    Follow me on twitter: @NetMage
    2008-02-21 04:42 PM
  16. joshcpower's Avatar
    Man, you want to fix something on an iphone - all you have to do is google it and some smart bastard has already figured it out. Cheers!
    2008-04-13 09:08 AM
  17. Ocragon's Avatar
    i never changed "info"
    just System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app/SBWeatherCelsius.png
    and replaced that icon.
    Works perfect
    2008-05-29 08:12 PM
  18. g12007's Avatar
    Easy fix - Go to settings/general and change Region Format (back) to United States
    LMAO damn that was easy.. no websites no copy no ssh .. thanks a lot!
    2009-02-19 10:12 AM
  19. roblockj's Avatar
    i've edited the info.plist file in weather.app folder, i've made a winterboard theme myself and made a custom icon, i've also went into system/coreservices/springboard and edited the SBWeatherCelsius.png and i STILL have not been able to change my weather icon.

    is there anything left i can do?
    2009-05-02 11:18 PM
  20. raymundramosmd's Avatar
    Easy fix - Go to settings/general and change Region Format (back) to United States
    hahaha ..... This is the easiest method! THANKS RED!
    2009-06-25 10:31 AM
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