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By michfood, Senior Member on 8th December 2012, 01:06 PM
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11th January 2016, 08:31 PM |#101  
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Tools works fine, I think.. extraction throws no errors and all the files and folders are there as well.
The problem is that I can't find init-logo.rle anywhere in rmdisk folder (where ramdsik.gz is supposed to be extracted, am I right?) or anywhere else.
What am I doing wrong? I just wanna change my splash screen

Edit: found out that the problem is not tool-related, so... Does anyone know where init-logo can be when it is not found in boot.img?
 
 
15th June 2016, 05:46 AM |#102  
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[total hits/matching patterns/non-matching patterns]
warn : empty file: bin\off2.txt - skipping
0 files checked, 0 changed.
1 warnings occurred.

- size of C:\Users\naveen.jotron\Downloads\ALL_phones_Boot_R ecovery_repack_util_for_WINDOWS_v2\bootstock.img 9839616 byte
- kernel offset -
- ram_header offset -
- ram_disk offset -

- extracting kernel_header...
- extracting kernel...
- extracting ram_header...
- extracting ram_disk...
error: end offset is lower than start offset
1 errors occurred.
- unpack ram_disk.gz...
- unpack ram_disk.cpio...
The system cannot find the file specified.
The syntax of the command is incorrect.

Showing this problem on unpacking boot image of zenfone a450cg (t00q)
15th June 2016, 05:58 AM |#103  
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@Naveenjotron

Try Carliv Image Kitchen. Find it on XDA.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by bovirus

@Naveenjotron

Try Carliv Image Kitchen. Find it on XDA.

same error shows...


error: end offset is lower than start offset
1 errors occurred.
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