It's protected by apple, but you can chage it doing this: 1º In Finder CMD+Shift+G and paste it: /Developer/Applications/Xcode.app/Contents/Resources/ 2º Rename XCode.icns to XCode2.icns and paste your icon with this name 3º Enjoy it! ^^
Not sure how to change it through Candybar (I never used that app :rolleyes: ) but try changing it manually:
Right-click/ctrl-click on Xcode, choose Get Info. In the bottom right is a little padlock, click it and it will prompt you for your password. Ta-da, unlocked! Copy/paste the icon you want over the icon shown in the Get Info pane.
Last edited by imnotreallysure on March 11th, 2012, 3:58 am, edited 1 time in total.
...icon caches won't be cleared, this way. For example, if XCode is in the Launchpad and/or in the Dock, these icons will almost certainly still look the same... and there are ways to clear caches automatically.