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[LOGO] Remove the bootloader unlocked warning

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25th June 2014, 08:30 AM   |  #1  
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Hello,

This file is simply the XT1045 US retail 4.4.3 (21.23.4.peregrine_retus.retus.en.US retus) mmcblk0p27 partition dumped, cropped of about 3 MB of null content, and modified (as per this thread) so that those of us here with unlocked bootloaders aren't required to stare at the original ominous legalese, which we've agreed to anyway.

Decompress and install with:
Code:
mfastboot flash logo peregrine_logo_mod.bin
Those who want a recovery-flashable zip are free to head over to @ffosilva's thread and make one based on his.

Enjoy,

Darkshado
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File Type: 7z peregrine_logo_mod.7z - [Click for QR Code] (303.0 KB, 848 views)
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5th July 2014, 06:27 AM   |  #2  
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I have 4G XT1039 (EU). I've downloaded the stock firmware RET-EU-SS_4.4.3_KXB21.14-L1.31. Should I use fastboot flash logo from the stock firmware or from the file you have provided? Will it work / is there any difference? Thanks.

EDIT: Yours worked fine. I gather XT1045 is almost identical except for 4G/LTE bands.
EDIT2: I have flashed the logo.bin file located in the zip's from these logos. Includes the stock and others. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2686441
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EDIT: Yours worked fine. I gather XT1045 is almost identical except for 4G/LTE bands.
EDIT2: I have flashed the logo.bin file located in the zip's from these logos. Includes the stock and others. http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2686441

Very helpful thanks for the info got it working on my XT1039
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Confirmed working!

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Nice, thanks for the tip Darkshado. Went with a logo from the thread vpnair linked, worked like a charm.
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XT1045 working great, now how about some TWRP/CWM and custom ROMS for this badboy !!
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XT1045 working great, now how about some TWRP/CWM and custom ROMS for this badboy !!

Have a look in the forum. There are TWRP and CWM recoveries now available.

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