This is an great article about Editing LG Voyager Firmware which was posted on LG Voyager forum.. LG Phone Problem and Solution
Well after a lot of searching I finally found a way to extract all of the pictures and sounds from the firmware. I am going to upload them so that you guys can have a look see. And if anyone with any knowledge wants to help me here…That would be great.
I just looked at the dare firmware and it looks like it is far more customizable. It seems like everything is in there, including the lock and unlock symbols. LG-Voyager info
Holy S*** I Just Uploaded A Firmware With Custom Images
IF you look at the images I uploaded you may notice that 00100[190x44x8BPP].png has a scribble over the minus zoom. I uploaded that and it worked.
I used the program MultiExtractor It is not freeware…so you will have to acquire however you see fit. It will create a right click option to extract the parts of a file. Then you just save one of the images, edit it, and replace it then upload the firmware like normal. And yes. there is a lot of useless stuff in the firmware
Ok Here is the video. I am in class, so don’t be too critical.
If you really want to see what I did in higher quality download the Firmware.wmv from rapidshare instead of watching the youtube video
I have got my Verizon LG Voyager Titanium for a few month, and so far still cannot find any dif themes for this phone? So We are limited to 2 colors: Black and White? menu > settings & tools > display settings > 5. display themes. Is the every file on the phone in the bitpim file system? I’m looking but still haven’t found anything… found a few new tricks that I wasn’t aware of but nothing yet. LG Cell Phone Software
LG Voyager Phone Photos – LG Cell Phone Pictures
After spending many hours banging my head on making my java apps run with sound and networking I finally figured it all out. LG Phone Problem and Solution
Verizon LG Voyager tips – Policy / Java Permission Fix!
Step 1. Make a note of all your applications you will need to re download them in a few steps. LG-Voyager info
Step 2. Delete your java applications
Step 3. Using BitPim (if you don’t know how to use this search the forums) save a copy of the _policy.txt from the brew/asm folder file to your desktop
Step 4. Edit the txt file, at the bottom change the complete domain section to this:
Step 5. save the file and overwrite this back to the phone
Step 6. use BITPim to reboot the phone
Step 7. re-download your java applications
Step 8. Congrats your applications are now working as if they are signed!