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[Q] Phone showing Google splash screen instead of HTC splash screen on boot

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Question [Q] Phone showing Google splash screen instead of HTC splash screen on boot

I previously converted my M8 to the Google Edition. Now I'm trying to fully convert back to stock AT&T and already have the stock rom and stock recovery installed. While booting up my phone shows the AT&T splash screen. However before that pops up, instead of seeing the HTC Powered By Android screen, my phone shows the standard Google logo screen. Any ideas on how to fix this? Added pics for clarity.

EDIT: I managed to fix it. First time poster here and not sure how to delete this thread.
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there isnt a offical RUU to flash yet for stock sense. might have to wait for it. not 100% on that though
 
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