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NEW!! Custom LIQUID Bootanimation! With PREVIEW

Discussion in 'Archived Threads' started by LiQuIDzGrL, Jan 28, 2011.


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  1. LiQuIDzGrL

    LiQuIDzGrL Member
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    Aug 16, 2010

    Aug 16, 2010
    I really want feedback from the Forum community. I'm trying to bring out some new animations that really get a wow or at the very least satisfy what people really are looking for to enjoy while the phone is booting up .

    Keep in mind I can't bring our new stuff that you want if you don't share what that is as much as I'd love to play psychic mind reader I really can't so share your thoughts with me.
    I want to know WHAT boot animations do you want to see?

    I'll be awaiting your Criticisms and Compliments.

    Click Image to Download



    After downloading, for users that are not already familiar with this you will need to make sure that you rename the boot animation when ready to use to the name
    bootanimation.zip exactly as I have it spelled there and I do believe that it is case sensitive.

    Also, if you are a newly rooted user or are not sure how to replace this I recommend using
    root explorer - and then follow these steps:

    1.Rename file xyz.zip to bootanimation.zip

    2.Copy or Move File

    3.Go to System/Media
    Note: (to avoid having to backup the one you are using now you can place in date/local directory instead of system and when you want your old one back all you have to do is delete this one)

    4.Select Read/Write setting

    5.Paste and click OK to overwrite(possibly copy this to another directory for a backup or simply rename to .bak before overwriting/pasting or you will lose the bootanimation already in your phone)

    6.Long press to generate menu and select permissions

    7.Select rw-r-r or use all permissions

    8.Select Read/Only setting

    9.Reboot and Enjoy[​IMG]

    Another option is to:

    put the bootanimation.zip, using terminal into data/local ...
    typing command:

    #cp /sdcard/bootanimation.zip /data/local/

    Keep the spaces it won't work without them also do not type the # symbols
    # = superuser privileges
    $ = no super user privileges

    [​IMG] Thank You everyone for your continued support. [​IMG][​IMG]


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