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Zte Blade boot splash logo one-click make tool

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A tool for zte blade boot splash logo make.

Winrar is Require.

usage:

1.Open picture file.

2.Save .ZIP file to TFcard in phone ( or copy).

3.Use Recovery install .ZIP file.

OK!

Designer: rainbow_cnay

post-890275-1306538629_thumb.jpg

V880Splash.rar

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Posted · Report post

Cool mate definetly going to try out :P

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please try to explain more clearly

sounds great but i dont quite understand what you mean

thanks

i'm an idiot

thank you very much

works beautifully

next time i'll try stuff first before i shoot my mouth off

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You just pick your favorite pic and make it to zip and flash it and BANG you have your favorite pic on screen everytime you restart/ect.

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JUST GREAT !!!!! thanks

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please try to explain more clearly

sounds great but i dont quite understand what you mean

thanks

i'm an idiot

thank you very much

works beautifully

next time i'll try stuff first before i shoot my mouth off

Haha NP :P

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Posted · Report post

why norton says is high risk and removed it?

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why norton says is high risk and removed it?

Because Norton is badword with you.

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guess so

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The app looks awesome and runs fine until I try to build the zip. The app goes through all steps without an error message but never outputs a file. I'm using Win 7 x64.

Edit: Tried it under a virtualbox of windows XP and it does the same thing. Weird.

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Must try this out... :D

Will save people having to do go through GIMP to get their pictures right for the current zip installation method.

If it works fine I will be adding to the guide! :D

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I've got no problems using this program on XP sp3

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I've got no problems using this program on XP sp3

This is the problem I have been having.

http://youtu.be/mRG7BFoxGpc

I couldn't figure out how to embed a youtube video sorry.

EDIT: I figured out the problem is caused by the location of the Winrar installation. I re-installed 32bit Winrar on the XP Virtualbox in the default location and the App worked fine. Thanks for the great app mate.

Oh and if people are getting Antivirus warnings with this its because the EXE is packed with UPX and that makes AV's go crazy if there set to scan for unknown virus files. ?The file is clean I checked it in Sandboxie and unpacked it with 7zip and found nothing to set alarm bells ringing.

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Thank you very much friends trial.

I write software to make use of WINRAR3.91 ZIP file the command line, the early version may not work.

My computer WIN732-bit version, 64-bit can not be tested.

I will continue to improve this tool.

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Translated BY GOOGLE.

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This is the problem I have been having.

http://youtu.be/mRG7BFoxGpc

I couldn't figure out how to embed a youtube video sorry.

EDIT: I figured out the problem is caused by the location of the Winrar installation. I re-installed 32bit Winrar on the XP Virtualbox in the default location and the App worked fine. Thanks for the great app mate.

Oh and if people are getting Antivirus warnings with this its because the EXE is packed with UPX and that makes AV's go crazy if there set to scan for unknown virus files. ?The file is clean I checked it in Sandboxie and unpacked it with 7zip and found nothing to set alarm bells ringing.

EXE file is too large, I USE UPX compressed it. Here is the uncompressed file.

V880Splash2.rar

:D

I like your screen recording software that can tell me name?

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I used Camtasia Studio 7 to record the clip. Its a very good tool. Thanks for the great app I now have a lovely Aperture Science boot screen. Thanks.

http://www.techsmith.com/camtasia/

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Does this work on Gen2?

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For some reason, I can extract and run the program fine, but once i have selected an image it wont save it. The choose save location dialog box opens, but when I press save, and the dialog box closes, the file isnt saved anywhere

I have windows 7 x64bit

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Does this work on Gen2?

Yes, there is no reason why it shouldn't.

God I need to update that "guide" :D

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Awesome bit of kit!

Works a treat!

Thanks very much :D

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how did I miss this little gem,

this tool is wicked man,

make it so easy to have splash of your choice

Good work Dev :D

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Heres mine for now.

splashuo.jpg

Download

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please try to explain more clearly

sounds great but i dont quite understand what you mean

thanks

i'm an idiot

thank you very much

works beautifully

next time i'll try stuff first before i shoot my mouth off

lol I admire your honesty!

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For some reason, I can extract and run the program fine, but once i have selected an image it wont save it. The choose save location dialog box opens, but when I press save, and the dialog box closes, the file isnt saved anywhere

I have windows 7 x64bit

It's a problem with x64 WinRAR. I installed x86 version and it works.

Thanks Auyx for finding it out!

EDIT: I figured out the problem is caused by the location of the Winrar installation. I re-installed 32bit Winrar on the XP Virtualbox in the default location and the App worked fine. Thanks for the great app mate.
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@Rianbow cnay

I too have the same problem as in a previous posting in that your program does not

create a zip file whatever I try to do ...

have you, or anyone else any idea why this is so ?

many thanks,

Kevin

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