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Amateur Developers / Re: WD7 Experience Enhance Mod Alpha v0.10 :D
« on: February 25, 2014, 01:21:04 AM »
Can you change the WD7's telephone UI to be more "iOS 7" in the next update?
I actually have already done so, but since I don't have an iPhone (and my iPod got stolen :(), I haven't tested it very much. I may upload it in a few days anyways (it's on my other hard drive).

Amateur Developers / Re: WD7 Experience Enhance Mod Alpha v0.10 :D
« on: February 23, 2014, 03:24:31 AM »
I dont know how to change the back button..... And I cant see the image...
Download v0.10 :) Then, look through the folders inside the zip. Find System/Library/Frameworks/UIKit.framework/Other.artwork Then copy Other.artwork to the same place on your device. After that, hard reboot your device (hold power and sleep). Once it turns back on, the Music app will have the new back button :D Hope I helped! :)

Amateur Developers / Re: WD7 Experience Enhance Mod Alpha v0.10 :D
« on: February 22, 2014, 06:36:16 PM »
Updated! :D

Amateur Developers / Re: WD7 Experience Enhance Mod Alpha v0.7 :D
« on: February 04, 2014, 02:12:32 AM »
I will be fixing the post above if needed so that the latest version is shown within the next couple days. Don't worry lol :D

Amateur Developers / Re: WD7 Experience Enhance Mod Alpha v0.7 :D
« on: January 06, 2014, 02:43:47 AM »
Try foccusing your work on changing the color of keyboard :P
That my friend would be just amazing :D
I actually have tried that :) It's unfortunately impossible due to the way iOS does the keyboard starting from iOS 3.0 :( Starting from either 3.0 or 3.1, Apple set it up so that the Keyboard would be drawn by code instead of relying on images. So essentially, it cannot be themed :( (without a tweak)

BUT: There is a tweak that can theme it called iAcces (that's how it's spelled). The problems with it? It makes the device slower, it is in Chinese (it may have some sort of toggle for english though, idk), it is paid, and it depends on Winterboard :-\ This is the only way to theme the keyboard in iOS 3.1.3 :(

Amateur Developers / Re: WD7 Experience Enhance Mod Alpha v0.7 :D
« on: January 05, 2014, 10:43:47 PM »
Does anyone have any suggestions?

1)- why can't i lose multitasking :o
2)-where is The Official iBooks >:(
3)................................. Multitasking :-[
please fix these problems :(
If you want, I did create a theme for iBooks (alternative) that makes it look a lot like the official version. I can attach it later if needed (its not on my main harddrive, gotta find which one its on lol)

thats what we where trying to do...
I guess, but based on where it was going, it didn't look like we were basing the article on the reviews themselves.
Also, after I sent that log to you guys, I also asked them what about if the information was straight from the developers of Whited00r (since they built it, they would obviously know everything about it) but they said no, all information has to be from a third party :( Now how will we do that???

Ok, so I got on Whited00r help IRC and here's what they said:
[spoiler][14:23] == tartilc [[email protected]/web/freenode/ip.] has joined #wikipedia-en-help
[14:23] <+Helpmebot> Hi there, tartilc. Welcome to the English Wikipedia help channel!  Please ask your question and wait for a reply (this could take several minutes).  If you are asking about a particular page, please provide a link.
[14:23] == Matthew_ [[email protected]/matthewrbowker] has quit [Quit: Catch y'all later!]
[14:23] <+Howicus> Hi tartilc, how can we help?
[14:24] <tartilc> Hi! I was wondering if someone could give me some pointers on how me and some other people could improve this article?
[14:24] <tartilc> Any idea how I could fix it up so it gets a good review and it's addition to Whited00r is expedited?
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[14:25] <+Howicus> tartilc: Looking...
[14:26] <+Huon> tartilc, most blogs are not considered reliable sources because they are self-published and not subject to any editorial oversight
[14:26] <+Howicus> tartilc: Well, you've kind of got the formatting backwards.  You should take the reliable, independent sources, like some of the reviews and write the article using what those sources say about the firmware
[14:27] <tartilc> Hmmmm... Ok :) I will keep that in mind when I edit it next time :D
[14:27] <tartilc> But.
[14:27] <+Huon> the Whited00r website is not an independent source and should not be used as the sole basis of large amoounts of content
[14:28] <tartilc> The blogs were added as references only to show which blogs said anything about Whited00r
[14:28] <tartilc> They weren't exactly used as a source of information inside the article
[14:28] <tartilc> So, would I still have to get rid of them?
[14:28] <+Huon> that's precisely the problem
[14:28] <tartilc> ?
[14:29] <+Huon> your primary source of information is the software's website itself, but it shouldn't be
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[14:30] <tartilc> Ohhh. Now I get it :)
[14:30] <+Huon> if some of the blogs are hosted by news organizations, they may serve - we don't really care what Joe Bloggs has written about a software on his private blog
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[14:31] <tartilc> But the thing is, the blogs that were posted are big and known to be quite reliable
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[14:31] <+Howicus> tartilc: There are some good sources there, gizmodo, wired
[14:31] <+Huon> TechCrunch, Cnet and Wired may do; those are among the most reputable tech blogs, and they do have some sort of editorial control
[14:32] <tartilc> So would I just get rid of the smaller blogs from the references?
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[14:34] <+Howicus> Yeah, and rewrite the article based on the better sources
[14:34] <tartilc> Ok, thanks.[/spoiler]
TL;DR They said to rebuild the article based on more reputable sources and not based on data from

What I don't get is why can't he edit them out. It's Wikipedia the encyclopaedia anybody can EDIT. So why didn't he remove them...
Idk :( Btw, go check out the article, I have been working on it for a while (adding references correctly, fixing grammar and spelling and such, etc)

I'm not blocked :) I tried communicating with the moderator (within the talk page, the third comment is me) as well as in the article itself (the capital letters are me talking to the moderator). I decided to remove the links to whited00r's website as well as youtube channel because I think those were making him mad. (I did re add the official site again, but as a reference (the first one)


I hope it gets through as well :)

LOL. Well, I submitted it again, but this time I sent to be reviewed and all first (I think I did, idk tho)
Here's a link:

i could start the wikipedia page though...
Checked it out, but it got deleted :(
I saved a copy (yay!) right before it did when I saw that it had a banner above telling of its deletion.
== What is Whited00r? ==
Whited00r is a custom firmware created for older, obsolete devices that Apple has dropped support for and thus does not provide any more updates for them. Whited00r attempts to recreate the features of newer firmwares that these devices are incapable of running using a mixture of tweaks, graphics, file system mods and scripts for these older devices as well as optimize them for today's needs at no cost to users. Whited00r has support for all Apple devices equipped with an ARMv6 CPU, which includes the iPhone 2G, iPhone 3G, iPod Touch 1G, and iPod Touch 2G (including the MC model).

Originally, the Whited00r team did not develop for the iPod Touch 2G MC model. In the case of the iPod Touch 2G, there are two types of bootroms, one of which is in the MB model (which was supported) and the other of which is in the newer MC model. The Whited00r team could not create a custom firmware for the new bootrom and thus the iPod Touch 2G MC was unsupported.

  In December of 2013, they released a new version of Whited00r (version 7) as well as adding support for the iPod Touch MC in the form of a developer preview.

Installing the Whited00r firmware gives users a fully optimized, speedy, and fluid device and only takes but a few minutes. With a simple restore using iTunes and the supplied custom firmware, supported devices become fast, fluid, and more productive due to the features added to the custom firmware. Whited00r is known to be the best solution for users left with legacy Apple devices. The firmware is suitable for both beginners or power users who like tweaking and modifying their device to their own needs.

== How Famous is Whited00r? ==

As the success of Whited00r is certified by Reviewers from the most important blogs and websites from the internet such as TechCrunch, Cnet, Gizmodo, Wired, LifeHacker, 9to5mac, Tuaw, Macobserver, OSnews, Theverge, CydiaBlog, Engadget, iClarified, and Low End Mac.

== Whited00r Online ==
==== [ Whited00r's Official Web Page] ====

==== [ Their Original Youtube Channel] ====

Whited00r wasn't always based on 3.1.3, there was a beta of whited00r 3 that ran on iOS 4 for the iPhone 3G, but it was discontinued. (might have been whited00r 4 though).

The version numbers of whited00r never really kept up with the iOS version numbers until about 4.x or 5.x.
Ohhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh... Makes sense now :)

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