Remove The Unlocked Bootloader Boot logo

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jimmydafish

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Okay, I unlocked my Razr M and then found I was stuck with the ugly nag screen. So I set about to fix that. It turns our the fix is extremely simple and not very creative.

The original Logo.bin is actually a 1.7 MB file which is two images in one file. When you are locked the device reads the top portion of the image only and thus the M is shown, when you unlock the device it selects the bottom image in place of the M thus displaying the nag screen.

The solution is very simple. Create your own image or use the stock one provided below.

The image needs to be 540 x 540 and in linux (gimp) save your image as a raw file and that is all you need to do. When finished with your image just flash to your device using the following command

fastboot flash logo (logoname.img)

File can be downloaded here ----> http://aosp.us/?p=260

That is all you need and you are all done.
 

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Orphee

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Hello,

I would like to know if there is a way to extract the logo from original logo file in the OTA zip ?
The RAZR HD logo il a little bigger than this one, I would like to do the same.
Your file works on my phone, but too small.

Thank you
 

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Orphee

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You can find in attachement the real size extracted from bootanimation.zip

Thank you for your help
 

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Orphee

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I did it myself finally with photoshop.
Here is in attachement

Thank you
 

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s.dubs317

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Is there a way to change the boot logo on the retail edition, having a locked bootloader? I know it was possible on the Droid x, bionic, and a few other moto devices, which makes me hope that its possible...
 

Orphee

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I don't think it is possible... the files are signed for locked bootloaders...
You can try, it will probably refuse to flash it.
 
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willdo7474

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Has anyone tried this on their retail version, now that we can unlock? I hate that warning screen, and don't have the guts to try.

Edit: Nevermind it looks like some have tried with the retail version already before we could unlock anyway. Duh
 
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pbanj

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Has anyone tried this on their retail version, now that we can unlock? I hate that warning screen, and don't have the guts to try.

Edit: Nevermind it looks like some have tried with the retail version already before we could unlock anyway. Duh

i did it after the unlock and its fine
 

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    Okay, I unlocked my Razr M and then found I was stuck with the ugly nag screen. So I set about to fix that. It turns our the fix is extremely simple and not very creative.

    The original Logo.bin is actually a 1.7 MB file which is two images in one file. When you are locked the device reads the top portion of the image only and thus the M is shown, when you unlock the device it selects the bottom image in place of the M thus displaying the nag screen.

    The solution is very simple. Create your own image or use the stock one provided below.

    The image needs to be 540 x 540 and in linux (gimp) save your image as a raw file and that is all you need to do. When finished with your image just flash to your device using the following command

    fastboot flash logo (logoname.img)

    File can be downloaded here ----> http://aosp.us/?p=260

    That is all you need and you are all done.
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    Created its logo download.
    Installation:
    1. Extract the entire contents of the zip file.
    2. If you are using Windows, ensure you have installed the latest Motorola USB drivers available for your phone.
    3. Ensure your device has been rooted and you have a working installation of “su”.
    4. Ensure USB Debugging mode is enabled on your device.
    5. Navigate to the extracted directory and execute “run.bat”.
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    photoshop has built-in support for the .raw image extension, but gimp doesn't. how do you export an image with .raw extension in gimp then?

    You need to save by extension, see below.
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    You need to save by extension, see below.

    awesome thanks! i updated my boot logo creation thread with this info here:

    http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1566773

    so it's not necessary to use channel mixer to switch reds and blues for razr m logos?
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    Some moar bootloader logos, 10 pcs :cowboy:

    View attachment RAZR_M_logo.zip
    logo.jpg