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General SackBoy bootanimation

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  1. T2noob

    T2noob Well-Known Member
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    I found a nice little sackboy animation but changed it so it would say android 2.1
    ( I liked how the 2.1 is shaking so I left it,if you don't like if you can fix it.)

    Download here:bootanimation.zip

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    (The actual Boot looks a lot nicer than this .gif)
    NO NEED FOR ROOT!!!
    just put the bootanimation.zip in your data/local folder
    with this command
    Code (Text):
    1. adb push bootanimation.zip /data/local
     

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  2. T2noob

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    If you have root you can use root explorer instead of adb. And instead of installing to data/local root users can install it to system/media.

    If you don't have root use the instructions on the first post.
     
  3. Jayse

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    So how would one go about getting adb for linux? Specifically Sabayon (which is based off Gentoo)
     
  4. T2noob

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  5. Jayse

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    So that gives me the Android SDK and AVD manager(which is working btw). How would I go about putting something like a custom boot screen on my phone?
     
  6. T2noob

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    Same as in windows but I think the commands are a little different by just typing
    Code (Text):
    1. ./adb push bootanimation.zip /data/local
    Give that a try see if it works I haven't used Linux in a while so I'm not entirely sure.
     
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  8. T2noob

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    Awesome sorry I couldn't be of anymore help, but at least you were able to find a solution. :D
     
  9. MrBojenglz

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    Hey guys. Can anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong here? I really don't know much about this stuff so I just tried to follow the instructions. As you can see, I have Sync installed and my phone is connected. I put the zip file in the tools folder and then copied the commands to try and push the animation to my phone. Where did I go wrong??

    http://farm3.static.flickr.com/2801/4498619350_8e52f359df_o.jpg

    Don't know how to post a thumbnail either. Sorry
     
  10. T2noob

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    I think you haver the wrong thing downloaded what you need is android sdk which could be faiths here Android SDK | Android Developers
    Just click the link and then download the sdk that corresponds with your OS.
     
  11. MrBojenglz

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    Ohh. Must've missed that somehow. I got it now. Thanks!!
     

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