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Follow the given steps

1.) Initialise a bare react native app (if not already done).

2.) Install react-native-splash-screen and link the library.

npm i react-native-splash-screenreact-native link react-native-splash-screen

3.) Add splash.png to all minmap folders.

  • Go to android/app/src/main/res
  • There you will find minmap folders

4.) Inside the res directory, create a folder named drawable. Inside that, ceate a file named background_splash.xml

  • Add the below code to the file
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<layer-list xmlns:android="">
android:gravity="fill" />

5.) Inside the res directory, create a folder named layout. Inside that, ceate a file named launch_screen.xml

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