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Amateur Developers / Re: iOS 11 theme for WD 7.1 UI Beta 1
« on: June 28, 2017, 04:52:01 PM »
Yours sounds way more clear than mine. However in the copy of the theme i downloaded it was still the older style lock.caf sound.

I only replaced to update but yours is far superior

Amateur Developers / Re: iOS 11 theme for WD 7.1 UI Beta 1
« on: June 27, 2017, 04:20:15 AM »
I like it, but I would alphabetize the user names rather than putting them in that order. :) good work

Amateur Developers / Re: iOS 11 theme for WD 7.1 UI Beta 1
« on: June 26, 2017, 06:11:42 PM »
I made some edits to this, here is an updated version

Change Log:

1. Library/ControlCenter -  Updated with Beta 3 of my iOS 11 theme. Updating in future to merge iPhone-3GS's theme with Mine
2. System/Library/Core Services/Springboard,app - replaced Activate.png with custom iOS 11 Activate.png
3. System/Library/Core Services/Springboard,app - replaced Default_OrientationLock.png with custom iOS 11 Default_OrientationLock.png
4. System/Library/Core Services/Audio/UI Sounds - replaced unlock.caf with custom iOS 11 unlock.caf
5. System/Library/Core Services/Audio/UI Sounds - replaced tock.caf with custom iOS 11 tock.caf
6. var/Stash/Applications/MobileMusicPlayer - Updated Info.plist to display TV instead of Videos on Home Screen
7. var/Stash/Applications/Prefences - Updated About.png to custom WD11 About.png
8. var/Stash/Applications/Maps - Updated Default.png to custom iOS 11 Default.png
9. var/Stash/Applications/MobileStore - Updated with adding iOS 11 icon.png

I updated with beta 3! It is starting to come along

updated with second alpha of theme

Amateur Developers / Re: IOS 10 CONTROL CENTER
« on: June 16, 2017, 05:56:20 PM »
id like to mix it with my iOS 11 control center theme i just put out!

Amateur Developers / Re: For those wanting the new background...
« on: June 16, 2017, 05:34:56 PM »
updated with iOS 11 background

Added iOS 11 control center theme alpha pictures, with release

Sad to see you go mate!  Thanks for all the fun times :)

I remember when you joined I was just a forum admin/mod, not much knowledge outside of web programming. I think I used to ask you strange questions about obj-c programming every now and then too when I was learning that (thanks for the help, much appreciated back then and now still!).  Now I too know many programming languages, but I think everyone who programs realizes that they never will know everything and all the past work they have done can be done better with current knowledge ;)  That never ends, and that is a good thing because it means you always learn!

I shall keep up with you on twitter, if you still use that (occasionally I see you post stuff :P )

Gosh. College. It's really been a long time hasn't it? All of us are now more beareded and perhaps a little wiser.
May life treat you well and you find many fun things to do with your knowledge and future computer science college stuff :) 

-Bruan (/bcooperizcool :s )

I don't forget about you either man. You're doing hard work. I'm glad you're learning so much. If you ever need anything done for grayd00r don't be afraid to send me a tweet. I am willing to develop for Whited00r and the Subd00rs just I can't put my full effort into marketing it like before. This project has come a long way and I say it's made it after all the articles and YouTube videos made about it. Thanks for everything buddy.

You can download all apps here: (don't mind the adlfy just click skip ad once done)

  I am Soltmeal. I helped develop the reminders app in whited00r many of you have on your phone as well as some other apps just to try to get acquainted with Objective C my freshman year of high school.

It is 5 years after I have delivered the app to Whited00r. I am currently a freshman in college pursuing a Computer Science degree. I have learned many languages and have learned a lot about modern day Objective C and Swift code I had no knowledge of when creating the reminders app for whited00r, I am sure if I had the knowledge I have now, I could have given you guys some well developed tweaks back then.

The developers of whited00r during that time period were younger like myself. Our levels of experience did differ, but we thank you for running software on your phone (mainly) developed by high schoolers. The developers of that time period did have a very close knit circle in which we would discuss whited00r and the future of that project over Skype and a nice game of minecraft. We all tried to hype up the project and gather more people to the projects attention through our Youtube Keynote announcements.

While some changes took place and a new mod was put in to power that ultimately made a lot of changes without consulting us and caused a decline in the developers wanting to actively participate in the forum coupled with XCode no longer supporting armv6 and iOS3 we apologize for the decline in what we have been developing for our great base of supporters.

Its has been awhile since many of our original set of developers have been active I know some have left in anger and may never return, but I do know I owe some things back to the community who helped my love for coding flourish. I PROMISE to deliver a polished version of Reminders for Whited00r, Redd00r and Grayd00r as soon as I can. I have picked up a iBook G4 for free and since the software is a tad older I can download XCode that can support older devices. I will post anything related to all three of those Reminders Apps here on this forum.

I know all of my threads have gotten archived on this forums. You can feel free to try to browse those and try to find my older apps, but all those links are broken from developers leaving and shutting down their projects. I also PROMISE I will upload any old reminders, newsstand and message app ipa and .apps files I can to here as soon as I get home. I want to leave you with all the resources I can provide to make this community happy.

To all aspiring developers don't be afraid to learn, your app will be wonky or misuse memory and print ?#![][][] at times but in the end what you change and problems you solve will be all that better.

Thanks for supporting me and helping me learn, I wish this project the best of luck in moving forward.

Mattwre, Phil, Finkmac, Applepie, Bludooor, iShubham thanks for being a good team to work with!

I have one request for the community. If you have the base Redd00r firmware released years ago, in which the link broke and could upload it I will give you an iPhone 2G for your trouble. It has to be the original unmodified ispw I uploaded a while ago. You can email the file link to me at: [email protected] Thank you!

if you wish to keep up with me you can subscribe or find me on youtube here:

You can download all apps here: (don't mind the adlfy just click skip ad once done)

I am stumped on who developed his tweak and when this came about. I am looking for more information on how to access the stand a lone tweak and when abouts it was created.

Amateur Developers / For those wanting the new background...
« on: September 30, 2014, 05:25:26 AM »
It has been sized to 320x480 to fit your iOS device.

iOS 11:

Direct Link:

iOS 8/9:
Direct link:

Amateur Developers / Re: iOS 8 Control Center Theme
« on: September 21, 2014, 08:09:06 PM »
You think wrong :P

Amateur Developers / WD11 - Soltmeal's iOS 11 & 8 Control Center Themes
« on: September 19, 2014, 03:42:54 AM »

1.Unzip Folder
Replace folder in phones root with this one and respring device

iOS 11 Theme:

This theme is currently being worked on, but with the excitement of iOS 11, I thought I would release an early version. If i ever gain access to source code of control center I will try to play with the tweak, but for now a theme is as good as it will get.

iOS 8 Theme:
Look and feel of iOS 8 Control Center, download below (one with more downloads)

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