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WindowsScribble Boot Screens
New animation boot screens for your Windows Mobile device are presented by XDA member GLa’DOS. QVGA, HVGA and WVGA resolutions are supported on this first work of developer.
To install just copy the animated.gif provided over the original one located in the Windows folder, then reboot and voilà. Be sure to back up your original boot screen before proceeding.
Originally posted by GLa’DOS
[BootAnimation] WindowsScribble [W|Q|H|VGA]
Here is my newest attempt of an windows Startup Animation:
Please note that this is just the first try and that the animations are very big ( WVGA ~1,9mb).
But they should play normally.
This are full packages including the Animated.gif and the Welcomehead!
Just place the animated.gif in the /windows folder on your phone with a file explorer like “RescoExplorer” or “Total Commander”.
Please note that the Windows Explorer doesn’t work!
Copy file -> to your Phone -> in the Windows folder -> the Reboot
It would be great if you could leave a comment!
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