Manage System Splash Screens#
System splash screens on the device be found in
/usr/share/remarkable/. You can manually replace those files to use new splash screens. See Transfering Files for more information on how to copy files to the device.
Toltec contains the changescrn package, which provides a command line tool for managing system splash screens.
opkg install changescrn
Backing Up Existing System Splash Screens#
The following command will backup the existing system splash screens.
The backed up files are stored to
/opt/usr/share/backupscrns. Backing up a second time will overwrite the initial backup, so only run it once after installing or reenabling toltec after a system upgrade.
Restoring System Splash Screens from Backup#
The following command will restore the system splash screens from
changescrn -r all
If you’d like to restore a specific screen you can use the following command. You will need to replace
<screen> with the name of the splash screen you wish to restore.
changescrn -r <screen> # For Example changescrn -r suspended
Changing a System Splash Screen#
The following command will change a system splash screen to the newly specified file:
changescrn -c <screen> <image-path> # For Example changescrn -c suspended my-file.png
See Transfering Files for more information on how to copy files to the device.