How do you change your text message background on the iPhone 4

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Tap the "Installer" icon on your iPhone. This opens the Installer interface. Tap the "Sources" icon at the bottom of the interface, then add http://apptapp.saurik.com/ as a source. Tap the "Install" icon at the bottom of the interface, tap to the "System" category, then tap to install "Cydia.Tap the "Cydia" icon on your iPhone etc. Thank you for using .



How do you change your messaging themes on cydia for a jailbroken iPhone 4

Tap the "Cydia" icon on your iPhone. This opens the Cydia interface. Tap the "Search" icon at the bottom of the Cydia interface. Type WinterBoard in the search box, then tap the "Search" button. Tap to download and install WinterBoard when it is displayed in the list of results. Tap the "Sections" icon at the bottom of the Cydia interface. Locate "Themes (Springboard)" in the Sections page and tap to install any that you like. Tap to close Cydia. !

How do you change the text bubbles on iPhone 4

To change the text bubbles on the Iphone 4 Wake up the iPhone by pressing the "Home" button at the bottom. Swipe the slider to the right to unlock the iPhone. Tap on the icon of the "Installer" app. 2 Tap on "Sources," choose "Edit"

How to change the message bubbles on the iPhone

To change the iPhone SMS text message bubbles, tap on "Sources," choose "Edit" and select "Add" in the window that appears. Enter "http://apptapp.saurik.com" in the open column. # 3 Wait for the file to download to your iPhone. Restart your iPhone. # 4 Wake up your iPhone. Tap on the icon of the "Cydia" app. # 5 Tap on "Sources" select "Edit" and choose "Add" in the window that appears. Enter "SMS" in the open column. # 6 Tap to select an SMS package from the list. Restart your iPhone



6 Responses to “How do you change your text message background on the iPhone 4”

How do you get the background for iPhone text messages?

By aquesada101 January 31st, 2013 at 02:32:26
 

If you want to customize your iPhone, you’ll likely want to change both your regular iPhone wallpaper and the SMS background. Since Apple doesn’t offer an application that can change your SMS background for you, you’ll need to jailbreak your iPhone a

By 0tolerance January 31st, 2013 at 05:49:21
 

The iPhone’s text messaging feature allows users to send and receive messages from an icon on the home screen. The font style is set to a default type and cannot be changed. You can make the font size larger if the font appears too small. C…http://www.ehow.com/how_8559619_change-text-messaging-fonts-iphone.html

By arabswell January 31st, 2013 at 08:33:28
 

Apple’s iPhone provides for many conveniences as a cell phone, but there is a decided lack of personalization that the owner can add to it. Changing the color of the “bubbles” that contain the text being sent or received from the short mess…http://www.ehow.com/how_5920783_change-sms-text-message-bubbles.html

By APD Shinjo January 31st, 2013 at 11:14:59
 

How do you change the text message ringtone (iPhone)? As you may know if only ringtones the iPhone seems you have an iPhone the to have are in settings. I’ve searched the inte

By hurricane_sh January 31st, 2013 at 13:04:33
 

I am looking at getting a smartphone, which of the 4 main platforms should i get? I am thinking about getting my first smartphone in June or July (as i don’t have the money yet and wanna see what iPhone 5 has to offer).

Right now I am mostly wondering about operating systems, and I will decide later on which phone.

I like to text, so I would like the SMS app to be pretty good. My current quick messaging phone has a rather bad SMS app where messages take forever to send, you cant go onto something else while it sends, if someone sends something to you while you send your message never finishes sending, etc. Another thing that really bugs me about my current phone is while eI am typing a text to someone, if I receive a text it will pop-up and interrupt my writing. This can be a pain when trying to talk to a few people at once.

So basically I want a platform that has a really good SMS application. I like how the newer blackberry OS handles it, with the convo view, sending in the background, and getting a notification at the bottom (i think) that doesn’t interfere with your typing. I understand windows phone 7 is supposed to be pretty good for SMS too.

SMS isn’t all I want from my smartphone, I also would like to get apps and browse the internet, use gps and so on. That is one reason I don’t really like blackberry is because it doesn’t have very many apps and seems to lack some functionality that iPhone and android have.

Windows phone 7 seems cool but I heard that the code behind it isn’t good and that it might get slow. I was afraid of this because, after all, its made by Microsoft. Plus since it is new, it doesn’t have many apps yet and probably has more bugs then other Smartphone.

I like the iPhone, I don’t have one but I have an iPod touch and know people with iPhones. I like how it has lots of apps, good browser, and a lot of features. I don’t know if I like how the text messages pop up while you are doing stuff tho, I could see that being a bit annoying if you are trying to play a game or even just write another text. I also like how if you get an iPhone it will probably last for a while as they don’t really seem to look as out dated as other phones might after a few years. I don’t like how it doesn’t have a replaceable battery though, I think that is stupid and a waste of a perfectly good phone when the battery turns bad.

I am not sure about android really, since ive never really used it. I expect it to soon have more apps then the iPhone as it is selling more and it is much easier to get an app on the android market then it is to get one on the app store. I like how you can change the battery and everything, and how you can customize the phone a lot and add cool features. I am worried about it getting slow or having bad battery life though. I also don’t like how some phones don’t get the most recent updates and how carriers can load it up with adds and crapware. I don’t really know much about texting on an android other then you can get special apps for it which probably means I could find one that does texting just the way I want. But again, I don’t really know much about android.

Thanks so much in advance for helping e with this, I just wanna know which OS you think I sould get and why.

By siddal January 31st, 2013 at 15:36:01
 

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