Show Your Love for Android and The Event With This Boot Animation
Are you a fan of Android? Good. Are you a fan of the hit NBC series The Event? Even better. Now, thanks to XDA forum member zul8er, you can combine your two passions in one glorious boot animation for your WVGA Android device that is sure to make your reboots a little less burdensome!
Making matters even sweeter, the developer has even provided two methods of installation–either as a flashable zip to be used through ClockworkMod recovery or a bootanimation.zip file that can be placed inside your /system/media folder.
This is a boot animation based on the TV show, The Event. Seemed like fun to make it have a Android theme.
This is a landscape boot animation, and has the dimensions of 480×800. If your screen size is different, you can change the desc.txt to reflect your screen size, or just ask me and I will do it.
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