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    Default Nuvi 1310(T) splashscreen

    I have selected a home made splashscreen for my nuvi. When I switch nuvi on the splash screen only shows for a second or two then I have to enter code to carry on.

    Question: is there a way of making splashscreen appear for longer than 1 or 2 seconds.

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    Which method did you change your home-made splashscreen.., by modified firmware ?

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    Hi aekhong
    I made the picture myself (480x272) and dropped it into the jpeg folder on nuvi via laptop. Then when I switched nuvi on I went to picture viewer, highlighted the picture and put tick in check box to use on startup.
    Andy.

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    On a related question, I put in the Chinese logo splash screen and when I ran the diagnostic- it says FAILED. Is there anyway to restore the previous logo file?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearcat View Post
    On a related question, I put in the Chinese logo splash screen and when I ran the diagnostic- it says FAILED. Is there anyway to restore the previous logo file?
    You can use GIR Editor to replace chinese Garmin logo with original one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cockrel View Post
    Hi aekhong
    I made the picture myself (480x272) and dropped it into the jpeg folder on nuvi via laptop. Then when I switched nuvi on I went to picture viewer, highlighted the picture and put tick in check box to use on startup.
    Andy.
    You can add logo.bin that get from nuvi CHN1355.
    Use your original boot.bin + (CHN 1355) logo.bin --> flash to your unit with updater.exe (or make a gcd file and put in sd card\garmin\gupdate.gcd)
    You will get Chinese Garmin logo and you can change Garmin logo to other pic by GIR Editor

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    Thanks for the tip. I have looked under the GCDUPDATE files and there is no logo.bin to extract. Is there a particular US version for the 2X5 series that contains the logo.bin?

    Or can I extract it from another Garmin firmware? Or is the CHN1355 without the chinese words?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bearcat View Post
    Thanks for the tip. I have looked under the GCDUPDATE files and there is no logo.bin to extract. Is there a particular US version for the 2X5 series that contains the logo.bin?

    Or can I extract it from another Garmin firmware? Or is the CHN1355 without the chinese words?
    Oh! sorry.. I forget to tell you that Chinese logo.bin is in NUVI CHN 1355 swv 2.20 and nuvi 205w CHN v2.90

    Here is 205w CHN v2.90
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