Hack Preview – FCSB (Five-Column SpringBoard)

SettingsWe’ve been tipped off on a pretty sweet hack called FCSB which stands for Five-Column SpringBoard. It pretty much does what it says. What we’ve got is some screenshots and a video. The hack isn’t ready for public release yet but we’ll let you know as soon as it’s stable.

Note: The last screenshot was taken from our test iPhone, seems to be working :)



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  1. To cluttered looking. This looks horrible on the iPhone. That would just give me a headache looking at it.

    • If u have a theme that changes the shape of the app then it’s not to cluttered, BRAVO APPLE IPHONE SCHOOL! BRAVO! :)

  2. dang.
    not that bad

  3. Hey that’s cool! Off topic but what’s the name of that theme on the third picture ?

  4. iphonejunky says:

    i cant wait…i think its sweet

  5. My question is, do we still get the 9 pages on the springboard?

  6. Boricuanproud says:

    Cant Wait for the hack…….sweeeeeeet !!!

  7. mattyb123 says:

    Good hack if you’ve already filled your 9 pages and need more room.

    • 9 PAGES good lord i cant go over 6 without my phone lagging crashing and sometimes apps just not responding!!! before and after jailbreaking my phone so its not because its jailbroken.

  8. I’ll give it a try once its out just to see how it looks.

    Any info about the pricing/freeness?? :D

  9. 45 more games will fit on iPhone then nice

  10. Wow that just looks amazing!! I have the Vivid theme installed and it’s the only theme I use. In some ways I think it’ll make the icons look cluttered. But I guess if you have a theme that shrinks your app icons like the 3rd picture (what theme is that?) above then it doesn’t look as messy. With my Vivid theme the icons are clear/transparent so it still might look a bit cluttered. But I can’t wait for the release and hear how it works for the guinea pig testers. :P

  11. orlandson says:

    (off) What’s the name of that theme on the second picture?

  12. Terrible, way too crowded. . .

  13. That is just awesome, can’t wait…

  14. whats the name of the theme in picture img_0007 ?

    thx

  15. Look at ukrainianiphone.com, we did it. A bit unstable, but we did it :)
    Post 2132

  16. Works Great
    I also used iBLANK to create blank icons
    and a weather widget and WOW it works great

    Thanks

  17. DJContagious says:

    nice nice NICE!

    im LOVING iT!

  18. I want it! haha nice. hope it comes soon

  19. just installed FCSB and it works like a charm!

  20. i have this on my iphone too i love it, its so awesome!!

  21. Matt Blaskowski says:

    Hey everyone i just went threw the process of everything ispazio or whatever says and once i was done i was going to put one “Five Icon Dock” so i search “Five” and you know what pops up right under it… “Five-Column SpringBoard” haha yeah…

  22. What is the first theme in the second row?

  23. haha i have the 5 column icons @ hahaha i love it!

  24. if i was to install the winterboard can i go from one theme to another if i don’t like the previous one i installed?

  25. Looks cool, may give it a try. Thanks

  26. AWESOME!!!!!!!

  27. BoostedBenz says:

    it has no icon placement retention…..everytime the phone is reset, resprung or rebooted the icons are in some dumb random place….don’t liker that.

  28. toNYc311 says:

    Anyone know what happened with the official release of this hack?

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  2. […] post includes a demo video with icons being moved around in the five-column grid – check it out HERE – and they’ve also apparently got this working on a test […]

  3. […] can now have five columns of icons in your springboard via Cydia. We wrote about this last week as a preview but it was released recently via the SOS iPhone source. We were keeping the install […]

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