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Boot image on B926

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Has anyone managed to change the image/logo during the initial boot on B926? It currently has that ugly Chinese telecom logo which seems a real pain to remove.

I have tried a number of methods but none seem to change it. I have looked through various system folders, the image does not appear in the usual locations.

Thanks.

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I was stuck on that horrible chinese logo for ages and the only way I managed to change it was to install this ROM: http://www.modaco.com/topic/355563-romics-miuiv4-274-for-the-huawei-ascend-g300last-updated-0407/ and then once I had that ROM on and USB debug enabled I used this tool: http://www.modaco.com/topic/355599-changing-splash1-logo-on-g300last-updated-0907/ to change the splash logo.

After this is done you can go to any ROM and keep the custom logo you changed to. I just changed the logo and then went straight back to the nandroid backup of my old ROM.

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Genokolar's tool now works on any rom.

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Has anyone managed to change the image/logo during the initial boot on B926? It currently has that ugly Chinese telecom logo which seems a real pain to remove.

I have tried a number of methods but none seem to change it. I have looked through various system folders, the image does not appear in the usual locations.

Thanks.

Have you tried this thread? The tool worked for me on B926. Nothing more complicated than flashing a simple .zip via CWM.

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http://www.modaco.co...-splash-screen/

Have you tried this thread? The tool worked for me on B926. Nothing more complicated than flashing a simple .zip via CWM.

Thanks for that, Sebastians mod worked.

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I find genokolar's better as you can use any image you like much easier

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It wouldn't work for me when i tried :)

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Oops double post.

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Oops triple post.

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Don't ask :D

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No I mean you just select the image and press go

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