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Assuming you rebuilt properly rebuilt the kernel.img with the logo, here are a few things to check:
- if your firmware boot.img contains the kernel, you should split it to remove the kernel (use scripts like split_bootimg.pl) and make sure boot.img contains only the ramdisk. Once it's done, you need to sign this new boot image (use tools like rkcrc -k) and make sure you also flash it in addition to your rebuilt kernel.img.
- if you rebuilt your firmware in update.img style and flash with Rockchip Batch Tool, you need to make sure that the kernel line is not commented (line showing as as #kernel) in the package-file.
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