Patch your Pre's carrier string to say whatever you want
Tiring of seeing "Verizon" or "AT&T" or whatever carrier you're on's name staring back at you every day from your phone. You know what network you're on, you don't need a reminder every day, do you? Didn't think so. If you're the type that wanted to change things up in the top bar of your webOS smartphone, the only thing to stop you was a quick trip to homebrew land. A number of patches have been available for some time in the WebOS Internals patches feed, including options to change the 'carrier string' to read Palm or HP webOS, or even display the current date.
Thanks to the homebrew magicianery of Garrett92c, the patches feed recently received a new entrant in the 'top bar' category that lets you put whatever you damn well please in for the carrier string. The patch - Custom Carrier String - is a Tweaks-enabled patch, so you'll need that awesome little customizing app installed to take full advantage of the patch's potential. It's a simple process once both the patch and Tweaks are installed, just open Tweaks, slip down to the 'topbar' section, enter your new carrier string in the allotted space, swipe back, and perform a Luna Restart as prompted. Tada, instant new carrier string that says whatever you told it to say.
As you can see in the shot above, you can put whatever text you want up there. You could put your name so people know whose phone they've just picked up, or your company name for a little bit of persistent advertising cachet. Personally, I'm setting mine to read Palm webOS, for a bit of nostalgia. What can I say, I like the good 'ole days and the Palm name. So what are you going to put in place of your carrier name, hmm?