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[GUIDE] How to Create Custom Boot Logo (Splash Screen) for Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro

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This is not bootanimation, this is the splash screen (the 'Lenovo' boot logo which is displayed when device is switched ON)
This is for Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro Only..
For other devices, please send me your splash.img so that I can create a tool for you too.

1. Rooted Lenovo Vibe Z2 Pro Plus (any ROM)
2. Optional: Terminal Emulator app or Custom Recovery or atleast working fastboot in computer
3. You're proceeding at your own risk.

STEPS to create splash.img:

1. Make sure you have a picture in PNG format with resolution exactly 1440x2560px.

2. Download & Extract this:

3. Now rename your picture as logo.png & replace it inside "pics" folder of the extracted folder.

4. Finally, run the 'CREATE_LOGO.bat' to create splash.img and flashable zip file, which you can find inside the "output" folder after completion.

STEPS to flash splash.img:

Choose any one easy method:

a. To flash from recovery:
Transfer the to your device and flash from TWRP or CWM or Philz or any other custom recovery.

b. To flash from Terminal Emulator:
Transfer the splash.img to your device's Internal Storage, Open Terminal Emulator & enter the following to flash it:
dd if=/sdcard/splash.img of=/dev/block/bootdevice/by-name/splash
c. To flash from Fastboot mode:
fastboot flash splash splash.img

Incase something goes wrong or device doesn't bootup, flash the stock splash.img from custom recovery or fastboot.

Hit the Thanks button if it worked for you

You're welcome to post the splash images that you created..
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16th October 2016, 01:07 PM |#2  
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I am on Linux so i couldn't use your .bat script, so I just did it manually, and it works

In case anyone wants to try this on linux, here's what I've done:

First install ffmpeg, in my case it was
sudo apt install ffmpeg
Then create the splash.raw (out of 1440x2560 splash.png)
ffmpeg -i splash.png -f rawvideo -vcodec rawvideo -pix_fmt bgr24 -y splash.raw
Append it to the header.img
cat 1440x2560_header.img splash.raw > splash.img
And finally, flash via fastboot
sudo fastboot flash splash splash.img
I just updated the Lenovo & powered by android logos, take a look.
You can download it here:!wM5lTRTb!k8FYZScVB...jPsGRaw8yaZsJY
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