In this post, I will show you how you can permanently remove the initial text from termux and add an android logo and your mobile phone specification on boot windows.
Delete Original Termux Text :
Whenever we open termux or start a new session in termux we see some text that comes by default in termux. If you want to remove this text, you can use the steps below.
Step_1: Install the nano editor a text editor for termux will use nano to edit the termux autorun edit (bashrc) file.
Step_2: Open & Change directory to folder etc. termux data file
Step_3: Edit the bash.bashrc file using the nano text editor.
Step_4:- Move the cursor to the end of the line and write clear.
Press CTRL + X.
Press y then press ENTER.
Step_5:- Restart termux or open a new session and this text will be gone because whenever we start a new session a clear command will be executed and you will see the screenshot.
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How to add Cool Devices info Header to Termux :
If you want to add a header like the below image where you will see system configuration and android logo whenever you open a new session in termux then follow the below steps
Step_1: Install Nano Which is a text editor for termux. we will use nano to edit the termux autorun (bashrc) file.
Install screenfetch, which we will use to print the header.
Step_2: Open & Change directory to folder etc.
Step 3: Edit the bash.bashrc file using the nano text editor.
- Move the cursor to the end of the line and type clear
- Press Enter and type screenfetch
- Press CTRL + X.
- Press y then press ENTER.
Step_5: Restart termux or open a new session and you will see the Android logo and some text in the header of Termux.
Add Only Device Info – Remove Android Logo :
Step_1:- Install Nano Text editor for termux. we will use nano to edit the termux autorun (bashrc) file.
Add Neofetch, which we will use to print the caption.
Step_2:- Open and Convert directory to folder etc.
Step_3:- Edit bash.bashrc file to use nano text editor tool.
- Move the cursor to the end of the line and write clear.
- Press Enter and type neofetch –off
- Press CTRL + X
- Press y then press ENTER.
The above post is a bit confusing, please let me know your problems so I can make this post more user-friendly. This post is an easy way to add great text to your header, you can do hundreds of things just by playing
with the bash.bashrc file. We can use the figlet command to print your name in the Ascii pattern. If you know what I’m doing in this post, then you’ll learn Termux really quickly. Thanks for reading, and as always, be ethical.