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    Default is there a way to change a 4.0.1 boot logo?

    I have an i4 on 4.0.1 is there a way to change the boot logo, if so, how?
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    If your jailbroke. There is also an App "Logome" on Cydia. But, I'm not sure if it's compatable with 4.0.1 My wife installed it but not working...She didn't like my custom boot logo I installed on her iPhone.
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    I haven't tried it yet, but the instructions say that the version works with devices with firmware 2.0.2 and greater.
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    Unless you're constantly restarting your phone (and IDK about you but I'm not), I wouldn't worry about it. I'd rather have one less JB app on my phone possibly meddling with things than have a cool boot logo that I'm only going to see for 20 seconds once a week. But...to each his own.
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    i am assuming that with the JailbreakMe JB that changing the boot logo may not work, since the boot logo is kind of replaced already with the inserted jailbreak code (the random colored pixels at boot).
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    Quote Originally Posted by macharborguy View Post
    i am assuming that with the JailbreakMe JB that changing the boot logo may not work, since the boot logo is kind of replaced already with the inserted jailbreak code (the random colored pixels at boot).
    It hasn't been replaced...
    The random colored pixels are caused by the jailbreak code storing some information temporarily in the framebuffer memory during the boot process.

    However regarding the OP I would also like to replace the logo, I may not see it all that often by actually rebooting the phone. But well actually everytime time the phone re-springs it shows the boot logo too so there is a point to change it.
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    It comes down to "I'll decide".
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