Show Off Your Cyanogen Love with This Boot Animation Collection
There was a time several years ago, when CyanogenMod was the only large-scale, source-built custom ROM that was officially available for large number of devices. Nowadays, there are quite a few high quality offerings to choose from, each with their particular forte or claim to fame. But even with the abundant diversity of choices available, many users still choose CyanogenMod as their default ROM.
XDA Forum Member SlurmsMcKenzie recently created a fantastic set of boot animations to pay tribute to CyanogenMod and Cyanogen Inc using the latter’s latest corporate logo. There are nine boot animations available in total, and most are available in both HDPI and XHDPI flavors. They all feature Cyanogen Inc’s logo in some shape or form, some include Cyanogen text, and some offer pleasing wallpaper images behind the main animation.
If you’re a diehard Cyanogen fan, you can get your boot animation fix by visiting the original thread.
Update: Those looking for stylish, Cyanogen-themed animations may also want to take a look at this collection created by Recognized Themer Mazer.one. Thanks, herna, for the tip.
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