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Boot Animations + Tutorial for Android
XDA member drater presents a good combined thread including a complete tutorial regarding boot animations for your Android device and at the same place a good collection of boot screens to get your devices personalized. Despite this post being old, it contains the basic “how to’s” and some beautiful sample images. Once you are familiar with it, you´ll be able to place your own images.
Originally posted by drater
[Boot Animations + Tutorial] For Eclair or Froyo.
Rename to “bootanimation.zip” then just use adb to push these to /system/media All working on G1, may need to edit desc.txt for different screen sizes
This is the nexus one boot animation inverted for Eclair roms
This is a very simple, very quickly made android loading animation
Another quick one, pretend sdcard format..
Heres a Starfield one
heres one i made for trystlore
You can find more information in the original thread.
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