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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Recreation, Aug 23, 2011.

  1. Recreation

    Recreation Well-Known Member
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    Quick question. How can I resize the images of the file so it can fit perfectly on my phone?
     

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  2. macjay420

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    Oo
     
  3. macjay420

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    I use an app called absolute system it has an editor..plus it has a nice selection of boot animations and fonts
     
  4. warock56

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    Took the liberty of resizing it for you, tell me if it works

    *waits for good news*
     

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  5. new optimus

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    your resize is perfect, thanks to both you and the OP I put this on both my phones.
     
  6. Recreation

    Recreation Well-Known Member
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    Works perfectly. You're the man, thanks
     
  7. warock56

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    glad it worked guys.
     
  8. p-bOt

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    how do you resize it with absolute system? What should it be resized to for the M??
     
  9. pmb116

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    Go into boot animations. Select the down arrow in top right corner. Select bootanimation.zip editor. Select your downloaded animation. Hit the menu button on your phone. Select editdesc.txt. highlight second line. Change to 320 for first number 480 for second. Leave 3rd number as is.
     
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  10. p-bOt

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    oh ok thanks it works great :D do you know if there is a way to add sound to them? i really miss that "DRRRROOOOOIIIIDDD" sound that the cyanogenmod roms had until the latest updates lol
     
  11. p-bOt

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    i did what the thread said and opened root explorer and went to system/sounds/poweron and pasted the mp3 there. I deleted the other one i had so just the droid sound was there but now there is no boot sound at all. what did i do wrong? I tried it on the sense rom by the way

    *nevermind...you have to name the file PowerOn.mp3 for it to work lol
     
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