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CWM method to Change Splash Boot (Screen Before Bootanimation)

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By alexbokor40, Junior Member on 29th June 2016, 03:26 PM
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CWM method to Change Splash Boot (Screen Before Bootanimation)

Disclaimer; I am not responsiable for bricked devices, dead SD card !!!

1. download
2. copy to sdcard.
3. flash SGS2 via cwm.
4.after flashed reboot your phone and will see "logo.jpg draw fail" green message.(it is ok!)
5.rename custom image to "logo" and copy to sdcard.(Custom Image !!! 480x800 and max size 100 kB JPEG image)
6.copy new custom image "logo" with Root Explorer / File Explorer / ... .to /mnt/.lfs/ and Set Permission . (see attached image; "0777")
7.reboot your phone and you see New Boot Splash Screen.

NOTE; if you want to back original flash

-attached my logo collection(extract and rename "logo")

Thanks to
-connexion2005 ;custom_param
- shinyu ;cwm zip.


- my logo collection

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20th July 2016, 05:29 PM |#2  
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28th August 2016, 10:44 PM |#3  
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logo.jpg draw failed
Thanks for the tutorial! I'm pretty sure I'm the one doing something wrong but I can't figure out what.
I was able to flash the param file, both the cwm way and through odin which resulted in "logo.jpg draw fail.." so that part works, but adding my image doesn't work. I've tried several different images, including yours and changed the permissions accordingly but it just doesn't seem to take it. It boots fine though. I've done this before, about a year ago and it worked fine then so I'm wondering if it has to do with my partitioning or that I've updated to marshmallow recently (the battery charging animation changed after upgrade, did something else change too perhaps? Does this tutorial not work any more after update?)

Anyway, if you have any tips, I'd appreciate it.
19th October 2016, 02:41 AM |#4  
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is this applicable to Marshmallow (CM13)?
@alexbokor40, same issue with @luvis, after flashing the zip, able to get the "logo.jpg fail" but after copying the logo.jpg to the .lfs folder, set the right permissions and reboot, nothing happens. i'm on CM13 official and also has custom pit. I also notice when i open the .lfs folder in root explorer, i can't see the other files inside of it. last time when i was on 4.1.2, i able to see the other files.

any tips will be highly appreciated mate.
21st October 2016, 12:44 AM |#5  
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It is called bootlogo
19th December 2016, 09:25 AM |#6  
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It doesn't work on android 7.0 nougat. I didn't find nay file at /mnt/.lfs/
And i didn't get the green message "logo.jpg draw fail" after flashing via twrp 3.0.2
Do you have another method?
3rd January 2017, 01:42 PM |#7  
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is there a way to do that through build.prop? has anyone tried? the way here seems to fail. in my s2 with cm 13 the bootlogo is not removed, flashing with odin.
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