1. Lonestar87's Avatar
    i just started using iBricker, its great, i want to switch how my battery life icon shows, i have the png file, but how do you switch it with the stock battery icon? can you use iBricker or do you need something else??
    2007-09-05 04:56 AM
  2. ToxicFTW's Avatar
    iBricker works fine! Just go into the SpringBoard.app folder [Location : "System/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app"]

    Click on the "Files" link, and then click upload files, and select all the battery icons. Make sure that you have navigated to the right folder before uploading the files.

    32GB iPod Touch 2nd Gen
    2007-09-05 05:00 AM
  3. Lonestar87's Avatar
    oh ok so select icons 1 -17 and then upload the new 1-17 battery life icons??

    figured it out thanks!!!
    Last edited by Lonestar87; 2007-09-05 at 05:23 AM. Reason: Automerged Doublepost
    2007-09-05 05:04 AM
  4. magsbadboy's Avatar
    I still dont get it. I use the iBrickr, did all the steps, clicked springboard.app, chose all of my battery icons and uploaded it in. I see it on the list with the ibrickr, but it's not in my phone in customize, still has that ugly green icon battery. do I need to create a folder in springboard.app? what am I doing wrong?
    If they're old enough to cross the street, they're old enough to get banged!
    2007-11-21 03:31 PM
  5. NetMage's Avatar
    Use iPhoneBrowser so ypu can verify you replaced all the PNGs - I believe iBrickr only let's you copy in one file at a time?
    2007-11-21 04:08 PM
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