For any jailbreak iPhone users, I believe you have installed Winterboard, which is a great theme manager to skin your iPhone, as an essential application. There are a tons of free Winterboard themes on the Internet. But do you ever think of create your own theme? I’m a Mac user and always love to have rotating wallpaper that changed over time on my iMac. Wouldn’t be a great idea to have the same on iPhone? You can pick a series of your best photos and got them rotated in iPhone background.
Installing Rotating Wallpaper
The theme is freely for download and you can install it via DiskAid or SSH. For details of install procedures, download the theme here and follow the procedures mentioned in “How to Install Winterboard theme on iPhone without using Cydia”.
Using Your Own Photos
You’re free to replace the default photos with your own for the rotating wallpapers. After you decompress the theme package, go to the “Private” folder. All wallpaper images can be found there. Just copy your own photos and replace them. But make sure you should have the correct filename and the image should be best with width of 320 pixels and length not shorter than 460 pixels.
After replacement, you can just copy the “Rotating Wallpaper” folder to “/Library/Themes” folder on iPhone. Then launch Winterboard and select the “Rotating Wallpaper”, followed by clicking Home button.
Wait for a while and you can enjoy Rotating Wallpaper with your own photos on iPhone. Let us know if you find any problem or have any suggestion for the theme.
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