orb3000 · Apr 5, 2011 at 09:00 pm

Boot Animation Resident Evil Umbrella for Android

XDA member TheSkepticalGuy presents this nice boot animation for your android device. Resident Evil Umbrella is an animated welcome screen, where you have the option to place user name, access code and security key to make your device more. The developer included a desc.txt file for older devices so that you just modify the resolution values based on your device screen size.
Please leave your feedback as a way to say thanks to the creator.

Originally posted by TheSkepticalGuy
Note: These are a low resolution images and for demonstration purposes only.

Hello guys this is my second Bootanimation and hope you guys like it.

Download:

MediaFire: Download

Installation:

1. Copy bootanimation.zip to the root of your SD Card

2. Move it to /data/local/ or /system/media/ and replace existing one using root explorer.

Reboot and Enjoy!

Continue to the boot screen thread.


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