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iOS 7 Boot Logo for WD7 and WD7.1

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First i would like to congratulate you guys for releasing WD7.1. Finally we have a blurred control center. I was expecting some kind of iOS 7 boot logo but unfortunately its still the same old WD7 boot logo. So i decided to take a iOS 6 boot logo and i inverted the colors on paint. Paint did the job. it turned the white apple logo and that blackish background to iOS 7 look with a white background and black apple logo. i decided to test it on my device and it did work. Although the apple logo looks kinda weird because i had to resize it to fit my device.

iOS 7 Boot Logo Credits To: lostreaper who made a better boot logo than mine. Mine look crappy because the apple logo was kinda squashed.

Heres how i did it:

1. Go down a few posts, you will see downloads for everything. The iOS 7 boot logo is an attachment. Just right-click the iOS 7 boot logo and save it to your computer.
2. Open redsn0w. (Link down the next post)
3. Click on extras and choose the stock iOS 3.1.3 firmware (Link for download will be the next post)
4. Go back and click on jailbreak, then power off your device and hit next
5. Follow directions on redsn0w to enter DFU mode.
6. If you have done it correctly, you should end up with a screen to choose what you want to install.
8. Choose the boot logo that you downloaded
** No resizing neccesary because lostrepaer told me every device that runs WD has the same screen size. You should not get an error.
9. Now don't click anything on your computer or do anything on your iPod. Just leave it and wait for it to complete.
10. After it has finished, it should reboot. you should now see the iOS 7 boot logo.

You may need a different redsn0w version, if it asks for a .ipsw and does not accept the stock 3.1.3 or 3.1.2 ipsw for the device.
Try Redsn0w 0.9.3 for windows or for OSX in that case.

If you have a broken power or home button, sadly the DFU IPSW will not work for this and you are out of luck unless whited00r ends up including the custom boot logo :(

Crikey, sorry there!  I figured I would write up a tutorial but I didn't see your edit while I was posting :s  thank you for the tutorial :)  Maybe put in some of the added information from mine into yours and then I can delete my post?  :)

Bruan, i need help here. I can't upload my attachments like redsnow and boot logo. It takes a long time connecting then brings me the webpage or whatever timed out...

EDIT: Never mind uploading to dropbox. I'm not uploading redsn0w because its 117MB and you should have a copy of redsn0w when you installed whited00r. I'm not trying to be mean but my internet is slow as a turtle. I will try to upload it later or someone upload it for me if someone is willing to be nice.

2ND EDIT: I can't even upload a screenshot of it :/ It brings it to a whited00r page with an error why it couldn't upload. Says the size is bigger than the server is allowed. The screenshot is only 3.7 MB.


iOS 7 Boot Logo: ITS AN ATTACHMENT. RIGHT CLICK AND SAVE IT AS AN IMAGE. IMAGE CREDITS to lostreaper who has fixed many issues that my original iOS 7 boot logo had.

iOS 3.1.2-3.1.3 Stock Firmware:

Redsn0w 0.9.14b2 (Originally came with WD 7.1):

If you want to put inline images in, you could try using the

--- Code: ---[img][/img]

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tags to put images inline.  Try out PhotoBucket or possibly Flickr to upload images and put them inline.  I know photo bucket at least offers resizing of images as well, if you didn't do that for larger screenshots, and I would guess flickr does too though :)


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