In an era when customizing the user interface of your Android device has become an absolute breeze, customizing the boot logo probably one of the less effortless ways of customizing your device. Rather than having a comfortable app on your phone from which you can change every little detail of the UI, customizing a boot logo often requires a bit more motor skills and creativity. If you own a OnePlus One and are thinking of switching up the boot logo, XDA Forum Member chillstep1998 has written a tutorial to help you get started.
The tutorial teaches you how to create your very own boot logo for the OnePlus One. The process requires you to download the provided files and tool that chillstep1998 has created, and editing images which will eventually become the actual boot logo with an image editor such as Adobe Photoshop, GIMP, or the legendary MS Paint. Furthermore, chillstep1998 plans to integrate flashable ZIP packages into the tutorial in the future so ROM and kernel developers can include their custom boot logos.
If you are an owner of the OnePlus One, chillstep1998’s tutorial is something you’ll want to check out if you are planning on creating your own boot logo for your device. To find out more, head over to the OnePlus One boot logo tutorial thread.