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Free Forum! - Everything Off Topic Elsewhere Goes Here! / Blah Blah Blah
« on: October 09, 2011, 02:53:01 PM »
Yo guys and guyettes! :D
Well, i stumbled upon wd by accident, and since I'm here, well lets write sumthin.
So, there's no point in writing this, since haven't been on forums in a while...

Well, i'm leaving xD
I'm not even using wd anymore on my 2g. Back to stock fw, and anyways, will soon upgrade to 4S(teve).
Got an iPad, and instantly changed my philosophy to: apple didn't give us multitask and folders - for a reason.

Furthermore, i think that there is no more point in working on wd~ios5, for anyone. iOS5 is all about iCloud and voice. Two things we can never do.
Also, on the account of WD4 (folders and multitask), i think we were spread too thin.
We had two guys working on WD, and no one else contributing.
We had two things to cover and make faster and better, and we were concerned about whatsapp and debs on cydia repo.
We had huge amount of bugs, and we were all concerned about what color our folders will be.
We had battery drainage, and we were concerned about over clocking our devices.
"Spread too thin" is not, and never will be a successful philosophy.

But still, WD is a place that thought me that we can do anything with our devices, and thought me a lot about jailbreaking, installing android, fixing our devices and so on.
One day, i installed WD, and was confused by how the hell can people make their own firmware. I didn't know any coding, so only thing i had to offer was my web knowledge. My work in re theming and changing our forum platform (yes, it's bad) inspired me to continue working with web development, running around and asking people how can i help and what can i do. I worked on few more websites for free (including Serbian Macintosh User Group~not yet live), and so i gathered contacts and got to know people.
Now, not only i have a few huge payed projects on the way, but i even got a job in the local apple store.
Combine my new job with my faculty year starting, and the result is = no time for wd.

Overall, i would like to thank Matt, Bcoop and Darlo for making this great project possible.
Gawern and Phil for keeping me entertained on chat for many nights and fixing my iPhone a 100 times. :D
Ninja and Justin for keeping forums clean, and doing my job xD

I'll come and check on you sometimes, but i doubt i'll post anything.
Also, i removed my admin rank, since it's no use for me or anyone else anymore.

R.I.P. Steve :)

Archives / Re: RIPOFF!
« on: May 07, 2011, 02:34:25 AM »

Archives / RIPOFF!
« on: May 06, 2011, 12:06:34 AM »
umm, not only do we have that shameless guy blackd00r...

now we have a duplicate, a clone!!

Hay guys, this would be my first troubleshooting, and im still not sure if it's connected with WD in any way :P
But if someone can, please help.

Anyways, i got this 2g for a friend, excellent condition, box and everything...
so i haven't used the phone much before wd, but from what i used it, i haven't noticed theese problems.
So i came home, installed WD full, and noticed the first problem, once iphone was connected to itunes, apple restoring logo was already up (one with the progress bar for installation) and the screen started changing brightness levels, at first it looked random, but than i realized it is in the rhythm. Once the sync was completed, and the iphone still attached, the light levels were steady once again. I did some testing, and found out that light changes only when we read/write from the iphone.

So, the problem no. 2 would be overheating playing some games, king of opera, tinywings, angry birds and such, and while charging (apple charger) it gets far too overheated than whould be expected from a normal 2g...

Also, the speaker (the ear speaker) is very very weak even at highest setting.
are these hardware or software problems? And any ideas on getting them fixed?

Apple's Products Emporium / Let's help our friend graduate :)
« on: May 05, 2011, 02:10:21 PM »
Quinten is a Business student, about to graduate, and i would like if as many of us could take the time to solve his half-minute (15 question) survey, it would help him very much! :)

The survey is about customer Loyalty for Apple :)

Thank you in advance forums!

Archives / iMac '11 <3
« on: May 04, 2011, 02:30:38 AM »

Damn them silly expencive things   :'(
someone buy me a few??



Don't forget to update to the LATEST iOS 3 Folders (v1.2.1)


- Graphics improved again, hue/saturation wise, to look better on the older screens.

Download Link:

(If that link is broken.... Please Contact Darlo770 OR One of the whited00r team members)

Mirror 1:

To install new release, just put the deb into Cydia Autoinstall folder, or install from WD repo (incoming).

Archives / Re: [TUT] How to speed up Whited00r
« on: May 04, 2011, 01:33:49 AM »
Can you get a deb of icy uploaded to the recommended tweaks?
justin come to chat :P

How To's - Archive / [TUT] How to speed up Whited00r
« on: May 04, 2011, 01:30:34 AM »

This guide is for v4.3.1 of Whited00r. Older and newer versions might not be supported by this. Whited00r is known to be very fast for an old device. It can be made faster if you delete some things that you might not need.

1) Don’t install other mobile substrates.
Mobile Substrates will edit things on your iPhone or iPod but they also slow down your iPhone or iPod a lot. Whited00r comes preloaded with a couple mobile substrates. You can find them in /Library/MobileSubstrate/DynamicLibraries. Whited00r comes with Backgrounder*, iOS3Multitasking*, Folders and Simple Background* [* only for Full Edition]. If you don’t use one of these you can delete the .dylib and the .plist file for it in /Library/MobileSubstrate/DynamicLibraries and then respring. This will improve your iPhone or iPod’s speed. Installing more substrates will slow your device down more. (Note: Backgrounder is needed for iOS3 multitasking)

2) Delete unused daemons.
Whited00r disables most daemons on their firmware but some are up to you to delete because they are used by some people. Whited00r says the following daemons are safe to delete but you should back them up anyway Navigate to System/Library/LaunchDaemons to delete them: —[remove if you don't user Spotlight search] —[remove if you don't use PushNotifications] —[remove if you don't use Exchange or Google Sync] —[remove if you don't want to import contacts from SIM card] —[remove if you don't use VNP: Virtual Private Networks] —[remove if you don't use Tethering] —[remove if you don't use MobileMe Sync] —[remove if you don't need to delete data from Exchange, from Reset menu or with the function of failed passcode]

3) Don’t run lots of apps in the background.
Apps that are running in the background think that they are running in the foreground. Therefore the apps don’t release the resources that they don’t need. This uses a lot of your device’s ram and the 1st generation devices only have 128MB of it. Only background the amount of apps you need and then stop backgrounding them when you are done. Open the multitasking and push and hold an app. The app should then start to jiggle like it would on the springboard and a close badge will come up like in the image below. Click the badge and the app will stop backgrounding. Then push the home button to get out of it.

4) Delete Language Packs
Here is an easy guide for how to delete Language Packs.
If the following link are currently not available, you may follow this links: Xsellize
If you have any questions, feel free to leave a comment below.

5) Speed Up Cydia
You could try to add a modded .js file to Cydia to make it faster (no loading time of description):
put in /Applciations/
This will also include the new Cydia icon.

6) Instead of cydia, use Icy. It is still a BETA version, but it is still faster than Cydia!

7) 2XRM

2XRM is a script that removes all @2x.png images a.k.a RETINA Images. The images on the iPhone 2G, 3G, 3GS and the iPod Touch 1G, 2G and 3G are optimized for their 320x480 display. Since the retina display is 640x960 the images are bigger in size and they take up more memory.

Place the 2XRM file (SSH into your iDevice) in usr/bin

Give "0755" Permissions

Then Open/Install Mobile Terminal and login as "root"

(To do so... type "su" and then for the password type "alpine" (Default password ))

Then run the command "2xrm"

Follow the directions following

2XRM Donwload LINK:

Tech Talks / Difference between lite and full
« on: May 02, 2011, 11:05:06 PM »
Is there any difference between full and lite, except the preinstalled wallpaper and multitasking?

Lite with multitasking and wallpaper from repo, runs faster than full, at least for me. Tried the same thing in same conditions on iphone 3g and same results...

Why is this so?

Tech Talks / Unlock 4g 03.10.01
« on: April 28, 2011, 05:42:20 PM »
Is there any real unlock except the gevey sim?
iPhone 4 fw 4.2.1 (03.10.01) jailbroken

Archives / Multitask from repo...
« on: April 27, 2011, 03:04:18 PM »
Hi guys, i am using iphone 2g, wd 431 lite. Installed multitask from repo, and it doesn't work.
The multitask bar is there, and it is showing all running programs as it should, everything works except the actual backgrounding! Did i do something wrong?

Tech Talks / Repo info
« on: April 27, 2011, 12:07:37 AM »
What is the difference between wdlangpack and wdspeedup on repo?

Tech Talks / Wallpaper / page
« on: April 27, 2011, 12:03:08 AM »
Is it possible to assign different backgrounds to sb pages?
I have seen this in one whinterboard theme. :P

Tech Talks / Hard resets...
« on: April 26, 2011, 11:13:08 PM »
Now, i have been wondering this for a while now, what does a hard reset actually do to your phone?
from what i remember my mother was teaching me as a kid, never to power off a computer using the power button xD

now, how does exacly hard reset solve lot of lag problems (and it does), could it be hurtfull to my phone, and so on?

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