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[GUIDE] How to Change Boot Logo (Splash Screen) for Snapdragon Devices (splash.img)

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3rd April 2019, 01:09 PM |#321  
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Hi, attached is the (compressed) splash.img from my Sony XZ1 Compact.
Thank you for your work!
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4th April 2019, 11:32 AM |#322  
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Hey which tool u r using for extracting splash.img?

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4th April 2019, 07:04 PM |#323  
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This is my asus Zenfone max pro m1 splash screen
25th April 2019, 12:56 PM |#324  
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Would like for Mi a2 lite
splash file:
https://duriel.website/tmp/splash.img
25th April 2019, 02:56 PM |#325  
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nope, no splash nor logo...maybe odm or oeminfo could be useful?
4th May 2019, 10:34 AM |#326  
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How to change your boot logo on the Blu Life One X3
(for a Blu Life One X3 which has TWRP as bootloader and Magisk as root)

/dev/block/platform/mtk-msdc.0/11230000.msdc0/by-name/
shows a link:
logo -> /dev/block/mmcblk0p9

This means your boot logo is in /dev/block/, named mmcblk0p9

On your computer, in an administrator-privilege command prompt, type the following commands:
adb shell
su
dd if=/dev/block/mmcblk0p9 of=/sdcard/logo.bin
exit
exit

You'll see a file (logo.bin) in /sdcard.

On your computer, in an administrator-privilege command prompt, type the following command:
adb pull /sdcard/logo.bin c:\test

In c:\test, you'll see a file (logo.bin). You can delete the logo.bin at /sdcard now.

Go to:
https://sites.google.com/site/kadanu...logobuilder-en
and download the Logo Builder program to c:\test. Extract the .zip file to a folder beneath c:\test.

Run Logo Builder v. 1.6. Click OK until you're at the main screen.

Click "Create project" and select your logo.bin in c:\test.

Right-click the first image (the white logo boot image with black lettering that says "Blu" and "Bold Like Us" and "Powered By Android"), and select "Edit".

The image will load into your image editing program (Paint works just fine for this).

In my case, I wanted to invert the image colors so the background was black and the lettering was white. This required cleaning up a lot of scattered pixels around the text.

So I filled the white background with red, then cleaned up the scattered pixels which remained white so they were red as well.

Then I changed the black lettering to white. I had to clean up more pixels.

Then I changed the red to black.

The very last image in the list inside Logo Builder v. 1.6 is a duplicate of the first image. Edit that one, as well. I merely copy-n-pasted the first image into the clipboard, then edited the last image, then selected all, then pasted from the clipboard.

If you want a smaller image file size, compress the two .png files with any online image size reducer website. My originals were 15KB, the reduced files were 4KB. Note that this doesn't change the physical size of the images, just the file size... it just removes extraneous stuff from the image to make the file smaller.

In the Logo Builder v. 1.6 program, click the "Make" button. In c:\test will be update.zip.

Extract logo.bin from update.zip and save it to c:\test

On your computer, at an Administrator-privilege command prompt, type:
adb push c:\test\logo.bin /sdcard
adb reboot recovery

The phone will reboot into TWRP Recovery Mode.

Select "Mount".
Select all partitions, and ensure "Mount system partition read-only" is unchecked.
Click the "Back" icon to the main TWRP screen.
Press "Backup".
Press "Select Storage" and select the SD card.
"Swipe to Backup".
When the backup is complete, press the "Back" button, then the "Back" icon to the main TWRP screen.

At an Administrator-privilege command prompt, use ADB pull to pull the new backup to your computer.
adb pull /sdcard/TWRP/BACKUPS/{DEVICE SERIAL NUMBER}/{NAME OF BACKUP} c:\test

Then on your phone, Press "Reboot", press "System". Let the phone boot normally and settle down.

Then push the new logo.bin from the SD card to the correct location:
adb shell
su
dd if=/sdcard/logo.bin of=/dev/block/mmcblk0p9
exit
exit

Then reboot the phone:
adb reboot

Now you can remove logo.bin from /sdcard.

You're done!

Blu Life One X3 black-themed boot logo
9th May 2019, 05:58 PM |#327  
Seems like this is still active so I'll give it a try. We just recently broke into the Verizon variant of the Orbic Wonder, and we're trying to get as many mods for it out as we can. If you could make a tool to extract/repack this thing's splash.img that would be fantastic!

LINK TO THE IMAGE HERE
11th May 2019, 07:36 PM |#328  
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Plese give me tool for redmi note 7
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14th May 2019, 02:52 PM |#329  
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This is Lenovo z5s's img, please help make it, thank you

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