Android Boot Animation – The Screaming Droid
Have you ever seen Android screaming in video? XDA member ASimmons saw it and decided to make a boot animation from it. The idea came from a Korean Android advertisement and the developer made a nice animation to personalize your device and give a screaming touch.
Presented for two resolution screens: 320 x 480 and 480 x 800.
Originally posted by ASimmons
[BOOT ANIMATION]The Screaming Droid! (Updated 9/28/10)
I worked really hard on this and tried to make it as original as I could. The droid animation comes from the android commercial in Korea.
Anyways heres the d/l link below hope you guys like it. Tell me what you guys think.
Installation: just flash the the zip file below.
Screaming Android Download Here. 320 x 480 flashable to system/media
Screaming Droid Boot Animation 480 x 800 This is just the boot animation, rename and install where needed.
Screaming Droid Boot Animation Flashable 480 x 800 This flashable installs to the data/local folder if this isn’t where you need it use the above bootanimation.zip and place it where its needed.
You can find more information in the boot animation thread.
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