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I have an Android tablet and I want the manufacturer logo not to display on powering up. It has something to do with the uboot-*.bin in NAND flash memory. The logo is stored in the bin file in GUNZIP format, which I am certain because of the 0X1F8B08 signature. I guess that in order to display the logo, the uboot program will have to unzip the logo in the first place. So if I change the 0X1F8B08 signature, the logo data will not be recognized any more and no logo will be displayed on the screen. Any idea whether or not it will work?

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This kind of device-specific question merits the question: what device are you referring to? – Tamoghna Chowdhury Oct 30 '15 at 7:27
    
i recommend you backup your file first ,then do some test and find out – lord-ralf-adolf Dec 10 '15 at 19:54

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