Tranquility 3.0 allows boot image changing even easier

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  1. Daali

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    The new Team BlackHat Tranquility 3.0 rom has a Tranq Toolbox.
    No more mirroring, no more header removal in hex, no more reversing bytes. Just create the image 480x182 and save it as "RAW", copy it to /sdcard/TranQ/logo as logo.bin, select "Flash Your Own Logo Image" from the toolset and reboot!

    P3Droid's method of changing the boot image inside of Tranquility 3.0 as listed here on mydroidworld

     

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    That's sweet! So are you running Tranq 3.0 and liking it so far?

    Wasn't sure if that was your screen shot or you were sharing someone's.
     
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    That is mine. I love it.
    There are some precautions though.

    1. If you are running rubix or apex, first flash 2.3.15
    2. Get superuser app upgrade from market, ChainsDD app so you can get the upgraded su binary to avoid the nags



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    I am running Tranquility 3.0 with the NexTheme and I am very happy.
    Tranquility 3.0 seems to run quite nice and the NexTheme makes it look better than the stock theme Tranq.3.0 comes with.

    I have yet to try corporate sync as my work is (sometime soon) switching exchange servers soon so I am waiting until that is done.
    (I have heard some people having issues using Tranq.3.0 and their workplace exchange servers so this is something to consider/test)

    D.