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In Black Hole 3.0.1 where do I store this splash file?
 

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Does that mean I cannot change my splash file?

I see it in the suite of files for image build - can I just swap it in there?
 
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In Black Hole 3.0.1 where do I store this file?
Splash screen is added during the flash process so the easy way to install this would be using solo2 for example create a parent folder vuplus then inside that solo2 containing the splash_cfe_auto.bin file then load to a usb and use exactly as if you were flashing an image. It just takes a second to change & i have attached an example to hopefully help explain this clearer.
 

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this method did not work with my zero4k.
anything different have to be done to change splash screen in zero4k?
 

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this method did not work with my zero4k.
anything different have to be done to change splash screen in zero4k?
It will only work if you use an image of the correct size. 720 x 480.

Easiest way is to edit the bin file in something like MS Paint.
Paste in to the opened file your desired image, adjust the size to the required size then save. NOT 'save as'.

Note
: If you start messing with the image bit size or resolution it will fail. So stick to the above process to ensure desired results.
 

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It will only work if you use an image of the correct size. 720 x 480.

Easiest way is to edit the bin file in something like MS Paint.
Paste in to the opened file your desired image, adjust the size to the required size then save. NOT 'save as'.

Note: If you start messing with the image bit size or resolution it will fail. So stick to the above process to ensure desired results.
I think Paint.Net is more better choice
 

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