Tips boot animation on a mac

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by 150_cav, Jun 24, 2010.

  1. 150_cav

    150_cav Well-Known Member
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  2. clarithromycin

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  3. 150_cav

    150_cav Well-Known Member
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    i found that they all don't work. sometimes you have to resize it sometimes it just isnt coded right.



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  4. clarithromycin

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    coudl ou check your code on the one that worked and gimme teh dimensions of width adn height?
     
  5. NMMI89

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    I've been trying to boot this animation using the instructions on your video. However, the boot screen just goes black after the "HTC Incredible" screen. Download: DROID X Boot Animation - Droid Life: A Droid Community Blog

    Could you show me how to load this boot animation (I mean command prompts and all)? I followed everything on your video. Just using this particular boot animation. When I used your instructions it ended up being stored on my SD card as pictures, not animation. I'm using a Mac too. I'm really, really new at all this.

    Your video rocked...thanx.
     
  6. hupkix

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    Works great. Easy vid to follow and now, no more verizon boot screen! Much appreciated.
     
  7. SSSAS

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    When you compress a folder on mac, it leaves a DS_Store file in every folder including the root directory. android gets confused by DS_store, and doesn't play the boot animation. The only way to do it is to select part1, part0, and desc.txt, download KEKA for mac osx. set the compression method to store, check exclude mac osx resource forks, and drag your animation folders i.e. part0, part1, and your desc.txt to keka, and let it make a .zip archive , and rename it to bootanimation.zip,
     

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