David Ashman recently updated LockInfo.
This is by far one of the best Jailbroke apps ever!
I love it!
It enables me to access Twitter, calendar, weather, SMS/mail/missed calls and loads of other things right from my lock screen
You can even hide it by double tapping the status bar.
Info shade allows you to access it from any app. Even the home screen.
It is compatible with QuickReply so I can reply to an SMS without having unlock or even leave the current app.
SnowCover is just a iPod skin for the lock screen. It also alows for gestures to pause, change volume and even tracks
All of these are availble from cydia on the BigBoss and ModMyI repos.
Stimpy5050 on twitter
I’m writing this post because a lot of mates of mine have Jailbroken iPhones and are captivated by what i have done with my iPhone and the themes / apps / plugins i use to get the most out of it.
You can see all the images below.
Here is a list of the apps that i use, also below the images are instructions on how to install the apps that i use by using my backup file.
Grant recently backed up his iPhone using Pkg Backup
These applications, installed from Cydia®, are:
Custom Sources – Add via Manage – Sources
My Matte UI Theme (extra folder for other icons) – Reorder them in Winterboard the way i have them listed for it to work.
If the are not in this order, the 8icon dock images will be too big. Winterboard works on a preference system, the higher in the list, the more priority it has.
Extract these files into your Winterboard themes folder in var/stash/Themes.xxxxxx/
Matte Dock – The icons in this are 44×45 pixels so it works with the 8icon Dock setting in supreme preferences. simply add your own icons here as *app*.png for your dock apps
SBSettings Themes – Contains 5 themes, extract in the folder private/var/mobile/Library/SBSettings/Themes
Or if you have any questions, simple comment on this post and i’ll endevour to help where i can!
Good Luck and happy Pwning