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Getting rid of Liberty Animation after SBF

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by kapstone, Feb 3, 2011.

  1. kapstone

    kapstone Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I need to send my phone back to Verizon and I had Liberty installed. I just SBF'd and it worked fine except my boot animation still brings up Liberty. I did a factory reset and reboot and it sill has the Liberty animation. Do I have to go back and install Liberty, set the boot animation back to stock and then re-SBF or is there an easier way to do this? Thanks

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  2. gmenfan83

    gmenfan83 Android Expert

    you could have done it through the liberty toolbox but too late for that ....you can always reroot and use this app in the link then unroot
    Boot Animation Switcher Application by n8 - Change your boot anims the easy way
  3. yawdapaah

    yawdapaah Android Expert

    Wipe Data/Cache doesn't work?
  4. kapstone

    kapstone Newbie
    Thread Starter

    Thanks for that. Sorry, its not the boot animation but where the Motorola M would come up. I may just flash then re-sbf.
  5. kapstone

    kapstone Newbie
    Thread Starter

    No - I thought it would, but it still goes LIBERTY, then Droid boot animation?
  6. Prevlin

    Prevlin Member

    This will do the trick but you're going to have to root your phone again. It does cost a buck though. Just SBF after you switch it out.
  7. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast

    wouldn't SBF reset everything back to factory?
  8. kapstone

    kapstone Newbie
    Thread Starter

    I would have thought so...but I guess the boot animation files are somewhere else? And I certainly would have thought a data wipe would have taken care of it?

    Just flashed to LIberty, reset it and SBFed again and we are good to go.

    Thanks for all the help
  9. northernmoris

    northernmoris Android Enthusiast

  10. Prevlin

    Prevlin Member

    Glad to hear it!
  11. Prevlin

    Prevlin Member

    I think it depends. If he is using the /system only SBF I don't think it corrects the boot logo. I believe the full SBF would though. Somebody correct me if I'm wrong.
  12. davidukfl

    davidukfl Newbie

    do this and it'll return you to a totally stock phone again, including the boot logo and animations. Just re-root your phone and install clockwork recovery to use it

    maderstcok - OTA 2.3.340 update.zip
  13. Xeneize480

    Xeneize480 Android Enthusiast

    oh well he said he got it fix already =)
  14. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User

    I'm running the Liberty toolbox from Apex. It's available from Market. :D
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  15. levthane

    levthane Lurker

    Thanks colchiro, really helpful :D
  16. Rockaholic

    Rockaholic Android Enthusiast

    This should be useful for when Gingerblur comes around :D
  17. colchiro

    colchiro Extreme Android User

    I used it to remove my Liberty boot animation when I reloaded Apex last week. :cool:

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