[APP] MotoG Boot Logo Creator + Flasher v1.0 [05.Feb.2014]

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Kameo

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Jul 17, 2010
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Moto G
Redmi Note 2
Hi everyone, here's my last release : MotoG Logo Flasher.

A little app that will allow you to flash your own custom logo as the MotoG splashscreen.

Current functionality:
- Convert your custom picture to a raw picture.
- Compress this raw picture to a specific Motorola format (thanks to Carock for decyphering it).
- Then inject it into a working logo.bin for you to flash.
- It doesn't matter if your BootLoader is unlocked or not, you'll never see the warning logo (thanks to ffosilva's hack).

How to use:
- Download and extract the attached zip.
- Create a 720 x 1280 x 24b picture (i've tested it with bmp, but you can try with png or jpeg).
- Run my app [MGLF] and hit the [Create logo.bin] button.
- You'll see a preview of your picture and can then decide to flash it or not.
- If you choose to go on, you'll just have to wait a few seconds till the process ends. Et voila! You'll end up with a working logo.bin to flash.

- To test/flash it, just use the "flash logo.bat" file located in the app folder.
- The inbuilt exception catcher should handle all the bugs, don't hesitate to report them.
- If you ever want to flash the stock logo.bin: just copy the "original.logo.bin" from the [bin] folder and rename it as logo.bin.

Bugs:
None so far (you tell me).
Well at least, i know that some colors are not exactly the same but it's a bug in ImageMagic Convert.exe. Will look into it later if it really bothers some of you.

Download:
Just grab the attached zip file and hit the Thanks button.

MD5: ee5a93c6a9564913eaff62a00b79bf5c

Thanks to:
Carock, for decrypting the logo.bin compression algo.
fosilva, for his nowarning little hack.
Madshi, for his great madExcept lib.
And you for using it. Have a nice day and enjoy it.

Planned additions:
- Reboot/Flash from the app.
- Fix some bugs if ever found.

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luisemilio

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Aug 25, 2010
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How to flash that logo.bin? Is posible with twrp or flashify? Did someone have original bootanimation flashable for our moto g?
 

Kameo

Senior Member
Jul 17, 2010
932
689
Moto G
Redmi Note 2
- To test/flash it, just use the "flash logo.bat" file located in the app folder.

Just use the "flash logo.bat", it will reboot your phone into bootloader and flash it for you.
This app doesn't deal with bootanimation, but if you still want to back it up, it's located in /system/media...

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ACharLuk

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Jan 3, 2014
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I am always getting an error: "Your splash file is too big to fit in logo.bin Please Choose another picture"
 

readonly24

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Sep 25, 2013
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Thanks for the tool. Would you mind people attaching their working, legal images to the thread?
 

Ascona79

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Feb 7, 2014
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@Ascona79:
Sorry, i don't think so since i'm using Windows to dev :-/
Will look into some time to set up a tut so you can achieve it on your own.

Don't bother, I will find a M$ machine ;)
And it's not like I want to change it every other day.

But first I have to find the right picture :confused:
Something dark, the original is to bright. When you mess around with xposed and it is dark you need shades :cool:
 

Kameo

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Jul 17, 2010
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Moto G
Redmi Note 2
yeah i know, that's the bug i was talking about. I've got a solution but i'm still looking for a clean one.

Sent from my MotoG using Tapatalk.
 

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    Hi everyone, here's my last release : MotoG Logo Flasher.

    A little app that will allow you to flash your own custom logo as the MotoG splashscreen.

    Current functionality:
    - Convert your custom picture to a raw picture.
    - Compress this raw picture to a specific Motorola format (thanks to Carock for decyphering it).
    - Then inject it into a working logo.bin for you to flash.
    - It doesn't matter if your BootLoader is unlocked or not, you'll never see the warning logo (thanks to ffosilva's hack).

    How to use:
    - Download and extract the attached zip.
    - Create a 720 x 1280 x 24b picture (i've tested it with bmp, but you can try with png or jpeg).
    - Run my app [MGLF] and hit the [Create logo.bin] button.
    - You'll see a preview of your picture and can then decide to flash it or not.
    - If you choose to go on, you'll just have to wait a few seconds till the process ends. Et voila! You'll end up with a working logo.bin to flash.

    - To test/flash it, just use the "flash logo.bat" file located in the app folder.
    - The inbuilt exception catcher should handle all the bugs, don't hesitate to report them.
    - If you ever want to flash the stock logo.bin: just copy the "original.logo.bin" from the [bin] folder and rename it as logo.bin.

    Bugs:
    None so far (you tell me).
    Well at least, i know that some colors are not exactly the same but it's a bug in ImageMagic Convert.exe. Will look into it later if it really bothers some of you.

    Download:
    Just grab the attached zip file and hit the Thanks button.

    MD5: ee5a93c6a9564913eaff62a00b79bf5c

    Thanks to:
    Carock, for decrypting the logo.bin compression algo.
    fosilva, for his nowarning little hack.
    Madshi, for his great madExcept lib.
    And you for using it. Have a nice day and enjoy it.

    Planned additions:
    - Reboot/Flash from the app.
    - Fix some bugs if ever found.

    iygdok.jpg


    206brjr.jpg
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    It looks like the colour information is coded BGR instead of RGB or vice versa. The blue and red values are swapped over. Would it be an easy task to add this conversion into your utility and output the logo.bin in this format?

    you're right, images are coded in BGR instead of RGB :good:
    this is my first custom boot logo, hope you like ...

    logo_moto_v3_RVB.png


    logo_moto_v3_BVR.png


    flash into recovery,
    tested and worked fine with CWM ...

    thanks to @Kameo
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    Doge and Steve finally arrive on Moto G!
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    For sure, the more the merrier :D
    I could then even compile them into a sorta database where people can select from.

    Cool, good idea :thumbup: :)

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