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[TUT] How To Make Your Own Boot Screen and Hard Reset Screen

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By abusalza, Senior Member on 18th February 2008, 06:34 AM
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You are boring with default Boot Screen on Your Atom/ Atom Exec, and want to changes it with your favourite images. Read this instructions:
1. Download tools from HERE
2. Extract rar files in one folder with rom file diskimage_Ver.nb0
3. Install Hex Workshop 4.2 (hw32v423.exe) on your PC, or u can using another hex editor. But i'm personaly like this software.
4. Typed command RomMaster.exe diskimage_ver.nb0 -w 5 -b 0x0018000c -x -o xip.bin. It's will generated xip.bin for you
3. Run xipport, choose dump xip.bin and write maps. Close xipport
4. Prepare your own image with size 240x320, flip and rotate it 180 degrees. It's will look like screenshot. Save as bmp, file size must be 230.454 bytes. If u have Corel Paint Shop Pro Photo X2, it will save with this size automatically.
5. Run Hex Workshop 4.2 and open your own image, block all or select all than copy. Don't close Hex program
6. Open S000 from nk.exe region on your dumped xip folder with Hex Workshop. ctrl+F On your keyboard and on pop up windows choose text string, on value typed bm6, and ok. Select Edit on top left and choose Select Block. On pop up windows set block to 230454, Dec for decimal, and on method choose size of block. Paste in black area, than save. Select yes if program ask to make backup of S000 and move backup file to another location (for sometimes u want restore your boot screen). See at screenshot

7. Run xipport, realloc P, write maps than build xip_out.bin, specify address 0018000c for diskimage_ver.nb0 than click write xip_out.bin
8. Flash your new rom to device
ps: Follow this step to changes Hard Reset Screen on S003 from nk.exe region

Weel done, i hope this thread will help u
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18th February 2008, 06:44 AM |#2  
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Add download links for tools
18th February 2008, 08:21 AM |#3  
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This is possible to changes splash screen without flashing?
18th February 2008, 08:21 AM |#4  
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great job!!! this should be pinned!!!!

sticky it!!
18th February 2008, 08:29 AM |#5  
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Originally Posted by brian_2cool4u

great job!!! this should be pinned!!!!

sticky it!!

Yeah, i second that!

Sticky it..!!!
18th February 2008, 12:41 PM |#6  
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This is possible to changes splash screen without flashing?

I think that's impossible for now! maybe later if anyone make a program to changes "ROM FILES" on active device
18th February 2008, 01:20 PM |#7  
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I think that's impossible for now! maybe later if anyone make a program to changes "ROM FILES" on active device

Nevermind,
i'll try to make one...
18th February 2008, 04:19 PM |#8  
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Thank You.
Thank You for your rom.
I will create from your sample and I found nice image.
Happy every time for you.

http://www.zune-wallpapers.com/a/all_recommended,2.html
19th February 2008, 03:36 AM |#9  
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Originally Posted by Loedsiriya

Thank You for your rom.
I will create from your sample and I found nice image.
Happy every time for you.

http://www.zune-wallpapers.com/a/all_recommended,2.html

woaa... it's all so expresive. thnx, bro
anyway this threads sould be sticky, please mods
19th February 2008, 02:43 PM |#10  
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Other way, Direct modify.
I search by "first boot screen" and found someting from old post by someone.

this details.
I select modify at diskimage_Ver.nb0 file. It's easy modifying.
1.1st boot screen is black dragon on gold ray.
2. 2nd boot screen is BootScr.bmp. ====[black dragon on gold ray]
It's can use resco exploror replace after boot complete.
3.3th screen is show long time as 1st screen.
I use HitMan in Black color wallpaper. 3th file is welcomehead.96.png.
It's can use resco exploror replace after boot complete.

for 2nd and 3th image in \Windows and not flip
1st must flip vertical.
Please backup diskimage_Ver.nb0 before modify you boot screen.

When you find it by name. Your must found in the world. If have name.

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okay fellas, time to learn how to change the 1st bootscreen on your atom.

1. prepare your 1st boot screen 240 X 320 in bmp format
2. flip vertical (Must!!) and save it. file size is 230,454 bytes
3. Open your bmp file with Hex Editor (e.g. XVI32)

now you can change your 1st bootscreen either in nk.exe (inside xip during cooking) or on the diskimage_Ver.nb0

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on ATOM/ATOM Pure

xip mode.
1. goto nk.exe, open S000 file with hex editor.
2. the existing 1st bootscreen bmp file from address 3CD0 to 3C103
3. you may replace it with your bmp (cut & paste to that range address)

diskimage_Ver.nb0
1. open diskimage_Ver.nb0 file with hex editor.
2. the existing 1st bootscreen bmp file from address 184CDC to 1BD111
3. you may replace it with your bmp (cut & paste to that range address)
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on ATOM EXEC

xip mode.
1. goto nk.exe, open S000 file with hex editor.
2. the existing 1st bootscreen bmp file from address 3D50 to 3C185
3. you may replace it with your bmp (cut & paste to that range address)

diskimage_Ver.nb0
1. open diskimage_Ver.nb0 file with hex editor.
2. the existing 1st bootscreen bmp file from address 184D5C to 1BD191
3. you may replace it with your bmp (cut & paste to that range address)
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done!, enjoy your own 1st bootscreen on your device
** I'll assume you already know how to replace the block data (range address) in Hex Editor **

cheers!!

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19th February 2008, 06:07 PM |#11  
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thx all for sharing your knowledge
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