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Animated Boot Screens Set for Android – The Droids
What about some animated boot screens for your Android device? XDA member Dysgenic shows us this work to get your device with a nice original look. For now, you can find six boot screens called AndroidGlow1 and 2, AndroidMinimal1 Green and blue, AndroidParticles1 Green and blue, and AndroidParticles2, all for 320×480 and 480×800 resolutions. The developer is also working on a 3D boot screen that will be uploaded on future updates.
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Originally posted by Dysgenic
[BOOT ANIMATION] The Droids
I am currently working on some boot animations.
The next couple of weeks this thread will be updated
and new animations will be added.
The pathnames and filenames may be different for you, so please check that first before asking (Using 480x800_AndroidGlow1.zip as an example file)
– Install the android SDK
– Open Command Prompt
– Locate the SDK tools folder where ADB is located (example: )
– Now enter the following code in Command Prompt
adb push c:\temp\480x800_AndroidGlow1.zip /data/local/bootanimation.zip
Continue to the graphics original thread.
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