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    Default start up logo
    does anyone know how to change the start up apple logo when switch on the iphone? instead of being the apple, prolly a batman logo, superman or anything..

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    You have to use either WinPwn if your on Windows, or PwnageTool if your on a Mac.
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    if i use the winpwn does it jeopardizes my iphone?

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    Nope, but do you understand what it is used for. It allows you to restore your iPhone to a custom firmware, and you can change the bootscreen when you make the firmware.
    This is probably a little over your head, so you will probably have to wait till BootSwap is released by Drunkenbass (which could be never )
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    hahah then i'll just stick to the original apple sign

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