Support Boot animation

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by charlynn42, Apr 26, 2012.

  1. charlynn42

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    Ok so I flashed a boot animation onto my warp and I expected "girls on a trampoline" to be maybe a cartoon that was cutsie or funny and its um....not........for me anyway...when it flashed it created a partition so I thought id need to wipe it and my stock would return but no...Please help i am a noob thank you Faith:eek:
     

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  2. breadnatty08

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    Did you flash it as a .zip or swap out the bootanimation in Root Explorer?
    Do you have a backup of the original boot ani or at least a Nandroid you can refer to? Plenty of ways to get back your old (or other) boot animation.
     
  3. justtom

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    "girls on a trampoline" THAT'S A CLASSIC...:captain:
     
  4. StarScream2109

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    im recently new to all this stuff but i know what im doing i always suggest grabbing a nandroid stock backup from woodstock (either b08 or b08c) and with adding boot animations i suggest using root explorer (if your phones rooted) and rename the animation (Bootanimation.zip)* and copy or move it into system/media with the sound rename any MP3 file (Bootsound.MP3)* and place it in system/media/ui
    *without parentheses
     
  5. primetech

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    Root Explorer costs money, and that makes no economic sense. I nominate ES File Explorer for being able to use root and auto-mount your file systems.

    You could probably build an update ZIP or two yourself, but if you have custom recovery, you might as well root, move a ZIP on manually, and reboot.
     
  6. StarScream2109

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    Well primetech if your like me all you do is google app name.apk and you can usually get them free but root explorer is a system app for me (thanks to woodstock77)
     
  7. n0ve

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    Apollo... we do not support that kind of apk discussion and it could get our forum banned. we have been warned before. kindly refrain from such discussion. I thank you
     
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  8. StarScream2109

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    Very sorry i did not know such things thank you for informing me
     
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  9. mholloway

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    You can also use absolute system to get all kinds of boot animations,i like the ap.
     
  10. xman95

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    Anyone have the link and instructions to get back to the Boost Mobile Boot Animation?? I reinstalled the email app using a Zip file from the "All Things Root" section so that I could get my email back (after deleting it) and the install also changed the Boot Animation as well to ANDROID. I want to get back the Boost animnation so that I can return the phone to stock before trying to sell it.

    Thanks!!
     
  11. justtom

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