Show Your Love for XDA With a Stylish Boot Animation
Every once in a while, we see some rather intricate ways in which users demonstrate their XDA affiliation. However, not everyone has quite the mechanical prowess to undertake a hardware modification. Rather than leave users out in the cold, XDA forum member HJ200 created a custom boot animation with almost the same effect.
The boot animation is based on the XDA TV intro. Available in practically every resolution ranging from QVGA up to WXGA, the boot animation is fit for
kings any device! Getting started is simple. Just venture forth to the original thread, download the appropriate boot animation for your device’s resolution, and replace the original boot animation in /system/media (most ROMs).
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