How to Change Wallpaper for iOS 5 Notification Center

NOTE:
If you don’t know how to SSH into your iDevice, visit this post to learn how.

Things You’ll Need:
• Photo Editor, if you don’t have one you can use this website.
• WinSCP for Windows get it here or CyberDuck for Mac get it here.

Steps:
1. Open up a photo of your choice in a photo editor of your choice.

2. Resize the photo width to 640 and the length to 960 (640×960).

3. Save it as a .png and change the name to BulletinListLinen@2x.png

4. Now open up and login to WinSCP or CyberDuck.

5. Navigate to Systems/Library/CoreServices/SpringBoard.app and scroll down until you see BulletinListLinen@2x.png.

6. (Optional) Drag original wallpaper to the desktop and copy it, just in case.

7. Locate the photo you saved earlier in step 3, drag and drop it into the folder. Click “copy”, then click “yes”.

8. Respring and your are finished, once you followed the steps correctly. Your notification Center wallpaper should be the one that you chose.

Credit to the guys over at iDeviceDaily for the info.

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2 Responses to “How to Change Wallpaper for iOS 5 Notification Center”

  1. Randall says:

    Yeah this didn’t work. I dont even have the bulletinlistlinnen@2x.png file in the springboard.app

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