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[UTIL] PatchSplash v0.1 - flash custom splash screen w/o old splash at the bottom!

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8th December 2009, 09:06 AM |#101  
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how to have custom splash screen for topaz

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19th January 2010, 09:44 PM |#102  
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It worked just like it said! it's nice to finally change the AT&T splash screen for something custom since I'm with T-Mobile. Thanks
9th February 2010, 04:24 AM |#103  
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Thanks for the tool!
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15th March 2010, 10:58 PM |#104  
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It works like a charm, thank you so much! (HTC Touch Pro)
31st March 2010, 07:08 PM |#105  
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I did a re-flash to stock to try and get my Fuze clean, but forgot that I would get stuck with the ATT splash. Took me some time researching and flashing to get away from the stock splash, but now the deed is done. I've attached the JPEG and zipped the NBH (with Custom RUU) in case anyone's interested.

In case anyone was wondering like me, it is possible to flash the NBH directly from an SD card just like you would do a ROM flash. Whatever I can do to avoid having to use Windows Mobile Device Center.
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3rd June 2010, 01:49 PM |#106  
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can anybody give me a standard htc splash screen for my diamond ?
i tried but it was too much work for me:P
so double click file ...can somebody?
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17th July 2010, 12:08 AM |#107  
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I did a re-flash to stock to try and get my Fuze clean, but forgot that I would get stuck with the ATT splash. Took me some time researching and flashing to get away from the stock splash, but now the deed is done. I've attached the JPEG and zipped the NBH (with Custom RUU) in case anyone's interested.

In case anyone was wondering like me, it is possible to flash the NBH directly from an SD card just like you would do a ROM flash. Whatever I can do to avoid having to use Windows Mobile Device Center.

Can you make me a, all black background? Somehow when I use the NBH utility I never see the converted file.
15th November 2011, 07:07 PM |#108  
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*bump* just reminiscing here harharhar
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