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[MOD]Custom Splash Screens (Collection)

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By MildewMan, Senior Member on 22nd April 2012, 05:44 AM
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You can either follow the instructions posted below to flash one of the custom splash screens in this thread, or you can follow benjamminzIS' instructions here if you have your own 540x960 image to flash.

If you have a picture that you would like me turn into a splash img for you, just post it/link to it here. (Needs to be 540x960 or it may look distorted)

YOU MUST HAVE S-OFF AND A CUSTOM H-BOOT FOR THIS TO WORK. Follow These instructions to flash a custom HBoot. You will also need ADB and fastboot setup on your PC.

1. Open a command prompt and navigate to the folder where you have your custom.img file.
2. Connect phone to PC via USB. In cmd type "adb reboot-bootloader". This will reboot your phone into fastboot mode.
3. When in fastboot, type "fastboot flash splash1 custom.img". Fastboot should flash the image almost instantly.
4. Type "fastboot reboot" and watch your new splash screen!

USE THIS AT YOUR OWN RISK. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR YOU MESSING UP YOUR PHONE. THIS CHANGE IS PERMANENT, AND YOU CANNOT REVERT TO THE OLD SPLASH SCREEN UNLESS YOU FLASH IT.
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22nd April 2012, 06:00 AM |#2  
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Collection of splash screens from the Sensation boards here.

Stock Splash Screen (Credit goes to MetalDeath) Download


Zelda Splash Download


Google Download


Avenged Sevenfold (Credit: alx294) Download


#1 - #10, and S-OFF credit to Ziggy
#1 Download


#2 Download


#3 Download


#4 Download


#5

Download

#6 Download


#7

Download

#8 Download


#9 Download


#10 Download


S-OFF Download


ZeldaAmaze 4G Download


Peter Eats Apple Download
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reserve one more just in case.
22nd April 2012, 07:31 AM |#4  
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Just browsed the Sensation threads. They have a lot of nice ones.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1194247

Wait....I sent this with Tapatalk?
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i have tried this way and using the other tool thats available and none of them work
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i have tried this way and using the other tool thats available and none of them work

You do have S-OFF correct?
22nd April 2012, 03:35 PM |#7  
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i have tried this way and using the other tool thats available and none of them work

What error are you getting? Not working for me either at the moment.

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What error are you getting? Not working for me either at the moment.

Sent from my HTC_Amaze_4G using XDA

it just wouldnt work in using the cmd prompt. said it didnt recognize adb. i used super flasher and it worked fine
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If it isn't working in ADB using the fastboot flash splash1 imagename.img command, it means your hboot doesn't support writing commands. After s-off, either flash juopunutbear's custom hboot, or flash the ENG HBOOT I have posted here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...8&d=1335108356

(rename to ph85img.zip, place on your SD card, and reboot to bootloader)

After flashing the ENG hboot, you should be able to flash your splash manually or using the tool provided in this thread.
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Originally Posted by superevilllama

If it isn't working in ADB using the fastboot flash splash1 imagename.img command, it means your hboot doesn't support writing commands. After s-off, either flash juopunutbear's custom hboot, or flash the ENG HBOOT I have posted here:

http://forum.xda-developers.com/atta...8&d=1335108356

(rename to ph85img.zip, place on your SD card, and reboot to bootloader)

After flashing the ENG hboot, you should be able to flash your splash manually or using the tool provided in this thread.


i just flashed your boot you posted and i am still s-off but it shows me as locked now instead of unlocked. does that matter?
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Locked is fine.. that has nothing to do with the ability to flash anything. Once you are s-off you can flash anything you like, as long as you also have an ENG HBOOT. Go ahead and reattempt flashing your boot screen. It should work this time.

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