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    Is there any reason that QuickPwn (as a bare bones jailbreaking app) decides, without prompting, to change the boot and restore logos to the ugly PwnageTool ones? I would have thought that as a barebones tool it would not modify anything it doesn't need to to pwn/jailbreak/install installer+cydia.

    Now because I don't want those ugly logos on my phone, I gotta use PwnageTool to jailbreak it when I just want a bare jailbreak, which, if I'm not mistaken, was the ENTIRE POINT of the quickpwn app.



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    Hi CaptObvious,

    Our feedback has shown that more people prefer the pineapple/steved images than not. In a one-size-fits-all program like quickpwn, plurality wins.

    I gotta use PwnageTool to jailbreak it
    Sorry to inconvenience you (?)

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuscleNerd View Post
    Hi CaptObvious,

    Our feedback has shown that more people prefer the pineapple/steved images than not. In a one-size-fits-all program like quickpwn, plurality wins.



    Sorry to inconvenience you (?)

    I think having the option to choose your own logo would be much more appropriate. If it were about whether you want standard logos or custom logos then I am pretty sure the "plurality" would be for the custom logos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mobman View Post
    I think having the option to choose your own logo would be much more appropriate. If it were about whether you want standard logos or custom logos then I am pretty sure the "plurality" would be for the custom logos.
    I am a real pineapple lover, thats for sure and first thing to say.

    If you want another one in Quickpwn for Mac just ctrl click on the programm, select "show package content" from the context menu and goto "Contents/Resources". In there you find "logo.png" (boot) and "recovery.png" (recovery mode). Just replace them with the two you want to use.
    But make sure before they go without any problem with quickpwn. Easiest way is to use PwnageTool and load the logo once. If it works, will work with Quickpwn.
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