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Gary Crutcher

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I have always wanted to change my boot logo - you know, the one that says Samsung Galaxy SII I9100.

Over at xda-developers.com, connexion2005 has provided steps how to do this along with a video.

This is very easy to do IF you follow the instructions. I watched the video, about 11 minutes, then followed the steps. It does work. See my before and after pics.

Here is the link to the instructions: Custom Boot Screen

BEFORE /AFTER
Attached File  Galaxy-S2-Boot.jpg   30.17KB   101 downloadsAttached File  BootLogo.jpg   93.81KB   98 downloads

Edited by Gary Crutcher, 09 November 2011 - 05:13 AM.

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And usefully, virtually nothing that you can do will overwrite the image so it's essentially permanent.

I chopped up the original text and reorganised it with the starfield wallpaper behind it. Looks like it's supposed to be there but much less boring than the stock text.

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And usefully, virtually nothing that you can do will overwrite the image so it's essentially permanent.

I chopped up the original text and reorganised it with the starfield wallpaper behind it. Looks like it's supposed to be there but much less boring than the stock text.


Actually, I took the stock image and modified per above picture then pushed it onto the boot image partition. Actually any pic you want can go there as long as:
1 - it's less than 100k bytes
2 - is a jpeg image

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Do you mind if i use your picture as my boot screen? Looks great

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Do you mind if i use your picture as my boot screen? Looks great


Help yourself....thats why I posted it. :)

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Omnia I900 (Khuanchai custom ROM 21928/23016)
Omnia II (My Own JH2/23689 Lite Custom Rom)
Galaxy S III 16 GB (ZSEMI1 ROM, Siyah-s3-v1.9 kernel)

Note 3 (N900, Rooted, Unlocked, KitKat)
Galaxy Note 10.1 (2014) (Rooted, my own custom KitKat ROM)
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