HTC Quietly Cool Boot Screen
How many members have their Android devices rooted?, half? more?. For those who have it rooted and even if not, you must know about the boot screen most newer HTC devices have by default with the slogan “quietly brilliant.” XDA member Roland_D decided to play a bit with the gif file leaving instead “Quietly Rooted,” so every time you turn on your beloved device you´ll remember the day you made your warranty void
Designed for 480 x 800 resolutions.
Have a look and leave a comment.
Originally posted by Roland_D
[Bootanimation] HTC quietly rooted [UPDATED!]
I found the gif of the HTC and the droid online and i edited “brilliant” turning in “rooted”…
The result is… quietly cool…
If you have the stock rom rename it ATT_bootanimation.zip and copy it in the folder system/customize/resource/
If you have a custom ROM rename it bootanimation.zip and copy it in the folder data/local
VERSION 2.0 uploaded… Hope you guys like it!
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