Another Cool Anti Apple BootScreen
In this day and age, having a cheerful startup to your awesome device is very important, and to some, it reflects their views. Well, this one spells your views to others. Created by XDA member CyberWalrus, this bootscreen tries to make your device’s startup look, call, and tells your friends “EAT THIS APPLE”. Now, this startup screen is not the best anti Apple boot screen I have seen, but I think it’s just right. Perfect balance with a little hate, animation, and flashy.
Thanks a lot to phaelox, who made the zip attached for you to flash, without him, this bootscreen wouldnt work!
I made this bootscreen because I felt that villainROM is so good it seserves its own bootscreen, and I im kina sick of the nexus one boot
Hope everyone likes it, If you want a version with a custom tagline, or have any ideas for a bootscreen that you would like to see, just ask and I will get back to you.
This bootscreen took quite a while to make (photoshop + gifs = frustration)
and was more fiddly than I though it would be, So all thanks are MUCH appreciated
Show your dislike but keep the looks with this boot animation.
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