TheRomMistress · Jun 26, 2011 at 12:00 pm

Reset Your Phone With Style

With cell phones being the most common means of communication, it is rare that one would turn off their phone. Sometimes however, it is unavoidable, and we have to press the reset button. As smartphone users we have the option of customizing the loading screen with bootanimations, making resetting our phone a little less boring.

XDA member  D4rKn3sSyS has developed an easy way for us to switch out bootanimations with his “Bootanimation Installer“. Features include:

  • Backups current bootanimation
  • Push new bootanimation
  • Show Preview of Current Bootanimation (Choose one bootanimation and Press ESC to stop)

XDA has a wealth of custom bootanimations to get you started, and the Bootanimation Installer can help finish the process. For more information on how you can reset your phone in style, see the original thread.

 


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