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How to change splash screen without cwm

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rb__11    0

Hey guys. I need to take my phone to huawei but i must have no root and no cwm. I already have my vodafone rom with all apps but the splash screen is still the chinese one. I know i can change it with cwm but once i have cwm i must reflash the rom and for that i need to hack the imei and once i restore it back (what's weird is that once my imei is 0 the splash screen is the stock one) the splash screen becomes chinese

Help please!

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popoyaya    51

Anyone know how to change the splash screen on CM10.1? I've tried everything but can't get rid of the white/red Chinese splash.

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fr0do    79

Delete the bootanimation file in system/media

Oh sorry not the animation... There are threads with patches to change the splash screen logo

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fr0do    79

I think you're only option is to install fresh from an update app, but not the Chinese one this time!

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rb__11    0

the thing is: when i flash and update.app i have to hack the imei. after i flash the splash screen is normal but when i restore the imei the splash screen goes back to chinese...

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hippy dave    53

5irom backs up extra stuff like the splash, as well as the IMEI. There's another thread with adb scripts to backup/zero/restore your IMEI, that doesn't affect the splash. So, use the script to backup, then zero and flash the update.app, then restore with the script.

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