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  • Last Activity: 16th June 2018 07:46 PM
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CrimsonBloodfang Cool, so the OEM_logo.exe works for most Huawei devices. Good to know :) So I guess that's a better universal Huawei tool to modify oeminfo. I'll better remove my tool in the OP and add a link to that thread ;) To make the instru...
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I've been searching around xda forums for information about editing Huawei's oeminfo for its boot logo image and I noticed that their tutorials needs to follow a "specific RGB format" when editing the images to be used as a boot logo. (Bitmap file...
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If I remember about it correctly this warning screen lays in the /product partition, at least in nougat. Thanks for confirming this! I've located what seems to be the boot logo file in /product/etc/logo/oemlogo.mbn and on some folders in /produ...
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The TWRP that I am using is the v2.8.5.0 and yes I immediately intall the Gapps but seem that is looping.:rolleyes: Use the latest Espresso Common TWRP version 3.0.3-0.zip and install it in Recovery to update your old TWRP... Find it here https:/...
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What did you do that made this happen? Rooted? Did you installed an app that does encryption, etc... Factory Reset or changing Data or Internal Storage to "f2fs" filesystem in TWRP, would be my approach if I ever encounter that problem. Backup im...