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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by jlgarr86, Nov 12, 2012.

  1. jlgarr86

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    I need a kind person to use root file browser to go to their system folder and find the sub folder called media and copy it to their SD then zip that file and upload it for me :) my boot up is all crazy now and i need to revert :( the only way is by doing this. I'd appreciate it and will help any way i can with any of your problems you run into. I'm an active user on the forums as i'm sure you can tell :)
     

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    What exactly are u trying to do? I can easily do that for u but I'm curious to know what exactly you messed up? Lol
     
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    i deleted the default bootanimation and text file that tells the phone the resolution and frame rate at which to run the .gif i would be forever thankful :)
     
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    Oh, so then basically u just need the stock bootanimation.zip.

    The way a boot animation works is within that zip, there are typically 2 folders with several images. There is also a desc.txt file that tells the system at which rate and resolution to play the images...resulting in an animation during boot time.

    Give me a few and I'll pull the bootanimation.zip and upload it for u to download. We'll start there, and if that doesn't work we'll try something else.

    Edit:

    As mentioned, below is a link to the stock Kyocera Rise boot animation.

    STOCK_Kyo_Rise-bootanimation.zip

    Once u download the file above, u will need to rename it to just bootanimation.zip then move (or copy/paste) it to /system/media folder. You'll also most likely need to change the permissions on the bootanimation file as well. The permissions must be rw-r--r-- exactly in order for the bootanimation file to work upon boot.

    If we had a custom recovery, this process would be much simpler as I would just make u a zip that u could flash in recovery and then you'd be done. Unfortunately, this is the only option at the moment.

    If u got any questions, lemme know :)
     
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