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"C:\SDK\tools>fastboot flash splash1 1296755019-flash.img
sending 'splash1' (750 KB)... OKAY [ 0.121s]
writing 'splash1'... INFOsignature checking...
FAILED (remote: signature verify fail)
finished. total time: 0.289s"
this is what i'm getting.... i think it may be because i have a nexus one...read that somewhrere...but yeah some insight?
 
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Excellent thanks i make one to test, but...
sorry for noob question how can i put it on mi evo?

I see a how-to but with zip file, but this method launch img file.
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roar109: This is a different splash, this is splash1, wheras the zip is the bootanimation.
IceNova: follow this link to root your nexus one, this should enable fastboot, http://theunlockr.com/2010/01/02/how...the-nexus-one/
diegov600: Yeah you need S-OFF for the fastboot flash splash1 command
 
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Just wanted to say it worked great!!
Thanks for the awesome splash creator!

Now time to attempt some troubleshooting...

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"C:\SDK\tools>fastboot flash splash1 1296755019-flash.img
sending 'splash1' (750 KB)... OKAY [ 0.121s]
writing 'splash1'... INFOsignature checking...
FAILED (remote: signature verify fail)
finished. total time: 0.289s"
this is what i'm getting.... i think it may be because i have a nexus one...read that somewhrere...but yeah some insight?
Now assuming you have root and all that, is your 1296755019-flash.img file in the same directory? Try renaming it to something a little smaller like splash.img, then once in the tools directory, just do "fastboot flash splash1 splash.img" That's exactly what I did and it worked first try for me. Hope you get it resolved.

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Excellent thanks i make one to test, but...
sorry for noob question how can i put it on mi evo?

I see a how-to but with zip file, but this method launch img file.
Use fastboot method as explained aboved. Boot your phone into hboot mode (The screen that tells you your radio and that junk) then on your pc, navigate to your android sdk's tool folder using command line and follow the previously stated steps to fastboot flash the img file.

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is there a way of flashing this using like root explorer, or using terminal emulator on the phone. im only asking because i dont always carry my usb cable with me and 90% of the time im using dropbox to transfer files to my phone and no need to always have the usb.
Stock Google NEXUS 5 w/root
 
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Not that I know of no, sorry.
 
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Default Good job!

Trying this now and just downloaded my boot screen...super easy and kinda fun lol...now when i have more time gunna put it on the phone!

update: have more time now so putting it on the phone but...
having troubles : (...i have the .img file in the platform-tools folder with all the correct filepath etc...but the type "fastboot flash splash1 my#-flash.img" and get the following error:
"fastboot is not recognized as an internal or external command, operable program or batch file."

sorry im new to all this hacking/software stuff...more of hardware fan myself lol
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Lol thanks .
@ above: Fastboot is at C:\android-sdk-windows\tools by default.
 
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[img]http://dl.dropbox.com/u/11197643/Spla****/1296762749-gen.png[/img]
The newest version...waiting on it to be updated.
 
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Pretty sweet. Would be cool if you could do it without the quietly brilliant part.

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