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vinotux

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Apr 3, 2021
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Hi everyone, I found out that the custom boot splash logo maker for Redmi K30 aka POCO F2 Pro can also be used for the POCO F3 (I'm not sure if this can be used on the K40, Mi 11X, Poco F3 GT or K40 Gaming Edition).

I have provided my logo.img if any of you guys want to use the ROG 5 boot splash logo.

If you want to create your own custom boot splash logo, make sure to edit the provided BMP images in the pics folder and not creating a new image with a custom resolution size, as, in my last experience while I was using Arrow OS, the boot splash logo completely vanished.

If you would like to try to use a custom resolution then whatever happens, I am not responsible.

You don't have to worry since if you flash Xiaomi.eu or use MiFlash to flash stock Firmware and ROM, the boot splash logo and the boot animation goes back to how it was originally.

Keep in mind that you need to have an unlocked bootloader for the boot splash logo and you need to be rooted for the boot animation. You also need to enable USB debugging, in MIUI, I believe you need to also enable USB debugging (security settings) and Install from USB. You also need to have the latest adb installed in your computer.

I have not tested flashing the boot splash logo using TWRP, just through fastboot.

If you wish to use a custom boot animation, you need to make sure that your ROM supports it, since some roms have 0b of space left in the root folder, therefore not letting you change into your designated boot animation. If you have deleted the original bootanimation.zip in that folder, you will not be able to paste the custom bootanimation.zip and you will be left with a generic AOSP boot animation (or something of that sort).

FYI, I'm running the latest version of CrDroid.

I have also provided ui, alarm, ringtone, and notification sounds which were from my ROG Phone 5 if you want to use that on your POCO F3 like I did in the video.

To install the custom boot splash screen, you simply need to open cmd/powershell/terminal in the output folder or whichever folder your logo.img is placed in and reboot to the bootloader
Code:
adb reboot bootloader
then use
Code:
fastboot flash logo logo.img
. Once finished, just reboot back to the system
Code:
fastboot reboot
.

Feel free to share your own logo.img 😄

DOWNLOAD LINKS

ROG Phone 5 bootanimation.zip, my logo.img, logo.bmp (for reference), and audio files

Logo Maker (Credit to @takagen and @GokulNC)

ROG Phone 5s Live Wallpapers (Credit to Pranob Mehrotra)

Video Demonstration (ROG Phone 5 vs POCO F3 - recorded using iPhone 12 Pro)
 
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mr_most

Member
Nov 23, 2019
30
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Xiaomi Poco F3
Hello Everyone :)
I have made some boot splash. Hope you will like it.

This is only for Poco F3/Mi11x/Redmi K40 (alioth/aliothin) I don't take responsibility if you flash this boot logo in wrong way.
Instructions via TWRP:
Download the Google Boot Splash Dark.zip
Reboot to TWRP Recovery
Just swipe and flash.

Instructions via Fastboot mode:
Download the Google Boot Splash Dark.zip, Extract & Copy it to Fastboot Folder
Reboot to Fastboot mode.
Run command:
fastboot flash logo logo.img
fastboot reboot


Downloads:

logo.jpg

01.png


I made all these using this modified Logo Maker (Credit to @takagen and @GokulNC).
 
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AlexAzarcoya97

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Jan 21, 2018
2
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Thanks! It worked. However, do you have the "mi" splash screen? I'm a Poco f3 owner and don't like "Poco" splash screen, so I was thinking about flashing the "mi" logo but I can't find it anywhere. I'll be very grateful if you could do it.
Thanks a lot!!!
 

mr_most

Member
Nov 23, 2019
30
8
Xiaomi Poco F3
Sorry. Forget about that word.
I meant one that works with all roms. But apparently this thing has to be made for specific devices I think.
Ok lets understand boot splash.. boot splash is the brand splash that comes on startup just before boot animation. Boot splash is device specific.. Boot animation is what that can be independently use on multiple devices.
 
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    i have a magisk mod about this;)
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    Sorry. Forget about that word.
    I meant one that works with all roms. But apparently this thing has to be made for specific devices I think.
    Ok lets understand boot splash.. boot splash is the brand splash that comes on startup just before boot animation. Boot splash is device specific.. Boot animation is what that can be independently use on multiple devices.
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    Hi everyone, I found out that the custom boot splash logo maker for Redmi K30 aka POCO F2 Pro can also be used for the POCO F3 (I'm not sure if this can be used on the K40, Mi 11X, Poco F3 GT or K40 Gaming Edition).

    I have provided my logo.img if any of you guys want to use the ROG 5 boot splash logo.

    If you want to create your own custom boot splash logo, make sure to edit the provided BMP images in the pics folder and not creating a new image with a custom resolution size, as, in my last experience while I was using Arrow OS, the boot splash logo completely vanished.

    If you would like to try to use a custom resolution then whatever happens, I am not responsible.

    You don't have to worry since if you flash Xiaomi.eu or use MiFlash to flash stock Firmware and ROM, the boot splash logo and the boot animation goes back to how it was originally.

    Keep in mind that you need to have an unlocked bootloader for the boot splash logo and you need to be rooted for the boot animation. You also need to enable USB debugging, in MIUI, I believe you need to also enable USB debugging (security settings) and Install from USB. You also need to have the latest adb installed in your computer.

    I have not tested flashing the boot splash logo using TWRP, just through fastboot.

    If you wish to use a custom boot animation, you need to make sure that your ROM supports it, since some roms have 0b of space left in the root folder, therefore not letting you change into your designated boot animation. If you have deleted the original bootanimation.zip in that folder, you will not be able to paste the custom bootanimation.zip and you will be left with a generic AOSP boot animation (or something of that sort).

    FYI, I'm running the latest version of CrDroid.

    I have also provided ui, alarm, ringtone, and notification sounds which were from my ROG Phone 5 if you want to use that on your POCO F3 like I did in the video.

    To install the custom boot splash screen, you simply need to open cmd/powershell/terminal in the output folder or whichever folder your logo.img is placed in and reboot to the bootloader
    Code:
    adb reboot bootloader
    then use
    Code:
    fastboot flash logo logo.img
    . Once finished, just reboot back to the system
    Code:
    fastboot reboot
    .

    Feel free to share your own logo.img 😄

    DOWNLOAD LINKS

    ROG Phone 5 bootanimation.zip, my logo.img, logo.bmp (for reference), and audio files

    Logo Maker (Credit to @takagen and @GokulNC)

    ROG Phone 5s Live Wallpapers (Credit to Pranob Mehrotra)

    Video Demonstration (ROG Phone 5 vs POCO F3 - recorded using iPhone 12 Pro)
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    Hello Everyone :)
    I have made some boot splash. Hope you will like it.

    This is only for Poco F3/Mi11x/Redmi K40 (alioth/aliothin) I don't take responsibility if you flash this boot logo in wrong way.
    Instructions via TWRP:
    Download the Google Boot Splash Dark.zip
    Reboot to TWRP Recovery
    Just swipe and flash.

    Instructions via Fastboot mode:
    Download the Google Boot Splash Dark.zip, Extract & Copy it to Fastboot Folder
    Reboot to Fastboot mode.
    Run command:
    fastboot flash logo logo.img
    fastboot reboot


    Downloads:

    logo.jpg

    01.png


    I made all these using this modified Logo Maker (Credit to @takagen and @GokulNC).
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    i have a magisk mod about this;)
    1
    Sorry. Forget about that word.
    I meant one that works with all roms. But apparently this thing has to be made for specific devices I think.
    Ok lets understand boot splash.. boot splash is the brand splash that comes on startup just before boot animation. Boot splash is device specific.. Boot animation is what that can be independently use on multiple devices.