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How to Change Boot Logo Booted by UBOOT

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Some users asked us how they could replace the "FriendlyARM" boot logo with their own.
Actually that logo is in the first (ext4) section of a ready-to-go SD card. You can search for "logo.bmp" and replace that file with your own boot logo.
Hi, I was using fast-boot tool to flash the image to the eMMC on board, and I tried to access the so-called logo.bmp, but I found nothing.
FATechsupport wrote:
Some users asked us how they could replace the "FriendlyARM" boot logo with their own.
Actually that logo is in the first (ext4) section of a ready-to-go SD card. You can search for "logo.bmp" and replace that file with your own boot logo.



Hii,


Firstly mount your boot directly and remove friendly arm logo.bmp file and after that u can copy your own logo.bmp file into the boot directory.

After uboot booted do printenv u can see splash file = logo.bmp

Do setenv splash file = your logo.bmp







Regards,

Shubhakar Gowda

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