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Originally Posted by D_Marshall
I unlocked the bootloader and then re-locked it. But for some reason the warning still shows up when the phone first boots.
So I want to change the warning image to a stock boot image. I tried flashing the .bmp image, but the result was a teal colored screen with a black square in the middle. When I flashed a .bin file, it worked fine. So does that mean that the bootloader is still unlocked?
If you just took a BMP and did a mfastboot flash logo test.bmp... Yeah, that doesn't work. Unlike the CLOGO patition/graphic which is used when the bootloader is in the "out of the box" LOCKED state, the LOGO partition/graphic is a specially formatted and encoded graphic. If you use a regular BMP,at the very least the color mapping will be wrong when you boot.
As stated here -> http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...&postcount=355
Originally Posted by KidJoe
(for a full update on CLOGO and LOGO, the difference, how to create, etc. see what I posted at -> http://mark.cdmaforums.com/MotoX-Bootlogo.htm
LOGO/LOGO.BIN is used on phones which have had their bootloaders unlocked or relocked.
To be more specific and repeat something I have posted elsewhere before...
There are only 3 states for the bootloader... LOCKED (as it ships from the factory), Unlocked (if you used your unique code and mfastboot oem unlock uniquecode
), and Relocked (if you execute mfasboot oem lock
). We can only toggle it to Unlocked and Relocked. We can't set it back to Locked.
So if you keep getting the unlocked warning when you boot with the stock LOGO.BIN on your phone, that is normal if you have unlocked and relocked your bootloader.
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