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The question is why do I see a custom logo when I reboot my device

Sch-i535 Verizon Samsung galaxy s3 replacement from Verizon .. It came with a locked bootloader and it was already on 4.3 NC1

I have only rooted with towelroot and haven't installed any custom ROM because I can't .. Why am I seeing custom logo if I haven't tried to flash a ROM ?
 
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Hey all

The question is why do I see a custom logo when I reboot my device

Sch-i535 Verizon Samsung galaxy s3 replacement from Verizon .. It came with a locked bootloader and it was already on 4.3 NC1

I have only rooted with towelroot and haven't installed any custom ROM because I can't .. Why am I seeing custom logo if I haven't tried to flash a ROM ?
The Splash image is stored in the bootloader if my memory serves. If you're seeing a custom splash screen then it was added by Verizon.
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The Splash image is stored in the bootloader if my memory serves. If you're seeing a custom splash screen then it was added by Verizon.
I only saw custom after I rooted
 
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I only saw custom after I rooted
The root must have changed the bootloader data then
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