3/31/2011 09:04:00 PM - 1 comments
If you are rocking a jailbroken iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch, then you must have SBSettings installed on your device. If you are unaware, SBSettings app will allo you to control vital settings of your iOS device as easy as swiping your finger on the screen. However, the one thing I don’t care for in SBSettings is the application’s default theme. It’s pretty boring and ugly. But fortunately, just like the User Interface / springboard of the iOS, you will also be able to theme SBSettings with the help of Cydia. So if you want to theme your SBSettings, then just follow the step-by-step guide posted below:
Jailbreak iOS Device
Since SBSettings is available only in Cydia App Store, you must have a jailbroken iPhone or iPod Touch in order to access Cydia to install this great app. If you don’t have a jailbroken iOS device then you can follow our step-by-step guide to untether jailbreak iOS 4.2.1 on iPhone, iPod Touch or iPad using Redsn0w 0.9.7 or Greenpois0n RC5. Or if you rely on Ultrasn0w carrier unlock, you must jailbreak your iOS device using the recently released PwnageTool 4.2 for Mac OS X for iOS 4.2.1 and with PwnageTool bundle for iOS 4.3 or Sn0wbreeze 2.2 and Sn0wbreeze 2.3 for iOS 4.3 on Windows.
How to Download SBSettings Themes
Step 1: Launch Cydia app on the Springboard of your iOS device then tap on Sections.
Step 2: Now Scroll down to themes and look for a section for “Themes (SBSettings)”. Browse through all the available SBSettings themes and install the theme you like for your device.
How to Change SBSettings Theme
Step 1: Now, launch SBSettings by swiping to the right or left on your top status bar. And then tap on “More” option.
Step 2: Then simply tap the “SBSettings Themes” option to see numerous default SBSettings themes and the theme you previously installed.
Step 3: You can also preview the theme you like by tapping the blue arrow.
Step 4: Tap on the theme that you prefer to install it.
Step 5: Then respring your device to activate the new SBSettings theme.
That’s it. You already themed your SBSettings. Enjoy!