Ever since Android was first released, it has kept the same logo. Now, five and a half years after the first Android device was released, Google might be looking to change that logo.
A boot animation for the upcoming LG G Watch shows what might be the future logo of Android, when, towards the end of the video we see a new Android watermark.
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This week in tech news was a mixed bag: On the sad side, we saw thousands of layoffs from Microsoft. On the ridiculous side, we saw Airbnb debut a new brand logo that effectively served as a Rorschach test for everyone who saw it (and apparently a lot of people have dirty things on the brain.) And on the crazy side — or perhaps, crazy like a fox?
Been trying to do it for a while, but since it's set up differently from most other Android devices, the Android AIO Flasher won't work (no splash partition(it appears that the splash image is by itself in root (/logo.bmp))) and replacing the logo.bmp file with another always overwrites it with the original on reboot (unless logo.bmp isn't the splash image, though it's the only thing that seems li
I am playing some video files in my android app. Now I want to change the default logo of channel for those videos by my own icon(logo). What is the most sufficient way to do this and is it possible to identify a particular item place in a video file?
Ever wonder who designed the Android logo and why it looks the way it does? Irina Blok is that person and created the logo when she was a designer at Google while they were preparing Android’s worldwide launch. Blok and her colleagues set out “to create a look for the software — something that consumers could easily identify.” And that’s exactly what they did.