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[JAN 24] [BOOTSCREEN] RESISTANCE IS FUTILE HD2 MultiOS (Arc Series [pst#2])

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Wink [JAN 24] [BOOTSCREEN] RESISTANCE IS FUTILE HD2 MultiOS (Arc Series [pst#2])

Greetings HD2 Brethren! I recently created these boot screens in Photoshop to showcase our amazing phone's unique triple-booting penta-booting capabilities! I made several versions to potentially fit everyone'stastes and strived to make the boot screens clean, simple, and appealing. My ultimate goal is the assimilation of all HD2s (compatible with both Euro and US HD2s) (Muahahahahahahaha) therefore I have compiled fourteen versions; so pick your poison

YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.

YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.

YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.

YOU WILL BE ASSIMILATED. RESISTANCE IS FUTILE.


Update:
1. Just for clarification, this is a replacement to the very first screen one sees when the device is powering on...not an Android boot screen.
2. Monochromatic and color versions are now available
3. 'Future-proof' versions (numbers 8 thru 12) now available
4. Added instructions for NAND Android/WP7 users who no longer have access to Win Mo 6.5.x [Post # 2]
5. This will not overwrite NAND roms.
6. 'Arc' Series Boot Screen # 12 added
7. Added two WP7 editions
8. Added Installation Video (thanks 96edwy)
9. Uploaded all-in-one download (post # 3)
10. Uploaded Full-Res BMP images (post # 3)

Instructions (Video Now Available) and 'Special Thanks' in post # 2.

Screenshots (with easily-identifiable #s for download). Boot Screens 8 thru 14 available in post 2 [forum limitation (max 7 attachments):



[8] thru [14] on post number 2.


All-In-One Download: If you require or prefer downloading all of the bootscreens at once in a convenient file, you may do so at the following URL: http://www.multiupload.com/JTY7K7R83Q
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*Future-proof Series*

List of OS's (Left to Right): Windows Mobile 6.5, Android, MeeGo, Ubuntu, Windows Phone 7 Series

Screenshots:




All-In-One Download: If you require or prefer downloading all of the bootscreens at once in a convenient file, you may do so at the following URL: http://www.multiupload.com/JTY7K7R83Q


Instructions for Win Mo 6.5.x users (Flashing using CustomRuu.exe)
  • Make sure your battery is at 50 percent or greater before beginning.
  • Whilst the device is in Windows Mobile, connect your Boss Phone HD2 via USB.
  • Connect device with 'Windows Mobile Device Center'.
  • Run the CustomRUU.exe (with administrative privileges)
  • Press update
  • Success!
  • Comment, Hit me up a thanks, and enjoy

Instructions for NAND Android/WP7 (Flashing using CustomRuu.exe)
  • Make sure your battery is at 50 percent or greater before beginning.
  • Completely power off the device (unplug USB connection if present)
  • Press down the "Volume down" and "Power/End" button simultaneously.
  • You should see a red, green,blue and white screen with the word "Serial" in the bottom.
  • Connect your Boss Phone HD2 to the PC via USB (the word "Serial" should be replaced by "USB".
  • Run the CustomRUU.exe (with administrative privileges)
  • Press update
  • Success!
  • Comment, Hit me up a thanks, and enjoy

Installation Video (Special thanks to member 96edwy for the vid)


***To revert back to the original HTC bootscreen, navigate here, download attachment and flash.***

Special thanks to:
  • Samsamuel for posting the nbimg tool and instructions
  • the thriving HD2 community of developers (for which i'm forever in your debt)
  • 96edwy for the installation video
Device: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-900T) [Qualcomm S800 Variant]
Android Rom: -*stock- / -rooted- / -running several xposed framework mods-
Kernel: -*stock-
Recovery: -*stock-

*currently running stock for warranty purposes

Device Graveyard: HTC Sensation 4G, HTC HD2, Blackberry Curve 8300
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Extras and Modding

Full-Res Images
I took the liberty of uploading the full-resolution BMP images of all of the boot screens. You are free to edit, modify and republish the images as you see fit (I would appreciate some credit though) or perhaps use them as a wallpaper of sorts. The file can be downloaded on the 'attachments' section of this post ('Boot Images BMP [Full Res].rar').

All-In-One Download
If you require or prefer downloading all of the bootscreens at once in a convenient file, you may do so at the following URL:

http://www.multiupload.com/JTY7K7R83Q
Attached Files
File Type: rar Boot Images BMP [Full Res].rar - [Click for QR Code] (3.64 MB, 587 views)
Device: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-900T) [Qualcomm S800 Variant]
Android Rom: -*stock- / -rooted- / -running several xposed framework mods-
Kernel: -*stock-
Recovery: -*stock-

*currently running stock for warranty purposes

Device Graveyard: HTC Sensation 4G, HTC HD2, Blackberry Curve 8300
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Uploaded color variants. Enjoy my friends!
Device: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-900T) [Qualcomm S800 Variant]
Android Rom: -*stock- / -rooted- / -running several xposed framework mods-
Kernel: -*stock-
Recovery: -*stock-

*currently running stock for warranty purposes

Device Graveyard: HTC Sensation 4G, HTC HD2, Blackberry Curve 8300
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edit: oh nevermind, this is just a boot screen, doesn't actually do anything, lol
 
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I don't understand, is this for using MAGLDR?

How can this boot Android from bootscreen if we are using WinCE to load Haret?
It's a Boot Screen for the device that is flashed using 'customruu.exe'. This will replace the carrier/htc manufacturer screen that is seen when the device powers on.
Device: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-900T) [Qualcomm S800 Variant]
Android Rom: -*stock- / -rooted- / -running several xposed framework mods-
Kernel: -*stock-
Recovery: -*stock-

*currently running stock for warranty purposes

Device Graveyard: HTC Sensation 4G, HTC HD2, Blackberry Curve 8300
 
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These look pretty cool......
Nice job man

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These look pretty cool......
Nice job man
Thanks

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Device: T-Mobile Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (SM-900T) [Qualcomm S800 Variant]
Android Rom: -*stock- / -rooted- / -running several xposed framework mods-
Kernel: -*stock-
Recovery: -*stock-

*currently running stock for warranty purposes

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Triple boot ? Have I missed something ?

Nice looking bootscreens, I might use one once I find out what the 3rd icon represents lol
 
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Triple boot ? Have I missed something ?

Nice looking bootscreens, I might use one once I find out what the 3rd icon represents lol
It's for Ubuntu

Thx man, it's good work.
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