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Galaxy S21 Boot animation

(Topic created on: 09-03-2024 03:36 PM)
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KingWillie
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I have a Samsung Galaxy S21 that I didnt use for a couple of months (before it had a Three sim card). I got a new sim card from O2 but when I start this phone, I still get the (very anoing) Three boot animation. Same happens on shutdown. How can I cancel this Three animation?

 

Thank you very much. Any help will be highly apreciated.

Manuel

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BandOfBrothers
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If the phone was supplied by the 3 Network then they may have this baked into the phone which probably cannot be removed. 

A phone supplied directly by Samsung UK would never have any start up like this @KingWillie 

If I can be of any further help then please don't hesitate to ask.  😎 


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KingWillie
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Thank you very much for your help @BandOfBrothers.

Do you think that I can at least put a different animation? I had some issues with Three so, although I'm not switching off my phone that often, just knowing that I will see that animation again, makes me want to punch someone.😊

The funny thing is that this didnt happen with my wife's phone (Galaxy S22). Supplied by Three but with a O2 sim card now, it never shows the Three animation or even the O2 animation, if there is one.

Maybe because my O2 sim card is a "Pay-As-You-Go" and my wife is on a 24 months contract.

Anyway, once again, thank you so much,I really appreciate the time you took to help me.

Manuel

 

BandOfBrothers
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Not without having to mess with the Core Files, I think, which I wouldn't advise doing @KingWillie 

You can find out more on xdadevelopers.com.

Personally I'd look past up the start up animation.

If i can be of any further help please don't hesitate to ask  😎 


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Aronovic
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It used to be the case before Samsung KNOX and bootloader protection. You could replace the start up files fairly straight forward. Now it takes a bit of tinkering and breaking of the core system.

This is not the place to discuss this.
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