egzthunder1 · Oct 18, 2011 at 11:44 pm

Boot Animation Previewer Gets An Overhaul

A few months back we brought to you an app prepared by XDA member despotovski01 that made life of those skilled individuals working on boot screen animations much easier. In case you are not familiar with this, the program lets you preview any boot animation before you flash it onto the device. So, if you are working on perfecting your own custom one, this will save you a lot of time since you can avoid flashing it before getting it just right.

Well, if you thought that the app had seen its last update, you were wrong. The dev decided to hit us with a major update for this app, which includes a newer and refreshed user interface, updater engines, troubleshooting guides, and much more. Needless to say, the dev still needs any and all possible feedback to keep on improving his app, so if you are up to the challenge and would like to make the ultimate boot animation, please take this program for a spin and let the dev know if you come across any bugs.

v2.0.0.0 
-Redesigned User Interface (One-Window Interface) 
-New Previewer engines 
-No folder limitations for the ZipPreviewer 
-8 folders limitation for the FolderPreviewer 
-New Updater 
-New Updater engine 
-Notifications 
-New Settings menu 
-Ability to set the Previewer windows to set their size according to the size of the frames 
-Favorites 
-Troubleshoot (can help if you have problems) 
-Drag and Drop 
-Brand-new program icon (looks nicer and it's in better quality)

You can find more information in the original thread.

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