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(Q) How to remove kernel bootsplash

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24th January 2014, 06:20 AM   |  #1  
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Need help.. Would like to know how to remove kernel bootsplash on cm7 rom.

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you mean one in which cooper is written above fire flames on switching on the phone
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you mean one in which cooper is written above fire flames on switching on the phone

Yes that's it.. is there a way to skip or remove that from boot?
24th January 2014, 05:24 PM   |  #4  
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Yes that's it.. is there a way to skip or remove that from boot?

yup buddy
try root explorer
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Need help.. Would like to know how to remove kernel bootsplash on cm7 rom.

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There is 2 bootscreen: the first in boot.img and the second is in framework-res.apk\assets\images

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1650108&page=2

http://androidforums.com/3155655-post7.html
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Thanks viper for the links.. Will hit thanks when i log on my desktop..

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For me the important thing is to help people (the more the better), but not getting "Thanks". I do this selflessly and I think many people should learn this too. I just want a better world for all. ...and yes, I know I'm crazy ...but HELLYEAH I love it
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There is 2 bootscreen: the first in boot.img and the second is in framework-res.apk\assets\images

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...1650108&page=2

http://androidforums.com/3155655-post7.html

That is really something you dont hear much lately. Its really good to know.

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