Get A Piece Of The Big Android BBQ On Your Device
So, the Big Android BBQ is coming in a week, are you attending? Whether you go or not, you can still have a piece of the action thanks to XDA member DroidDev who brings us the boot animation based on the aforementioned upcoming event.
The boot screen can be downloaded on 540 x 960 and 480 x 800 resolutions and you can install it by placing the files on your SD card and then copying them to your desired location. Remember to reboot in order for the new boot screen to load.
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Originally posted by DroidDev
[BootAnimation] Big Android BBQ Boot Animation
Boot Animation for the Big Android BBQ
Thanks to thezargon (@fjfonseca) for assisting with the animation process!!
Thanks WootRoot for assisting in optimizing the images
1. Download the file(s) to your SD Card
2. Open Root Explorer (or an app like it i use ES file explorer)
3. Copy the file you wish to move
3. Paste to directory where ur bootanimation is
4. Reboot to test
Don’t forget to say thanks!! or hit the thanks button
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