Here we go again
A giant falls
No Marshmallow for you
When will you see the update?
Just don't call it bloatware
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By Phil Nickinson
Thursday, Feb 24, 2011 at 8:49 am EST
Mmmm.... ok thats cool..:-)
Nice now we just need Gingerbread first... Well the real update anyways.
Its in my M Logo Replacment section in root and roms
how about a link for that Bee/Droid boot logo??
Had it on my Nexus S since yesterday
So this may be a really stupid question, but does this(and any boot animation changes) require root access?
yes, rooting is required
yes youll need root
copied the zip to my n1 /system/media/ and works, looks really sweet.
2 minutes?! You have to make this video about 20-30 secs!
doesnt need to be flashed. you can take out the bootanimation.zip from the /data/local folder and paste it in the /system/media folder.
works on my mytouch 4g with gingerbread
Yep...I manually installed this on my Droid 1. It actually looks much smoother on my phone than on the one in the video (why is the animation pausing and jerking like that on a Droid X?)
I <3 Root Explorer.
I hear htc and moto will get 2.3 en of march beg of april...
I have 2.3 right now on my Droid 1 running Ultimate Droid 3.0.1 - http://www.theultimatedroid.com/forum/index.php?/files/category/3-motoro... - It is *rock solid*, and very fast. The ROM is extremely well polished. Combined with LauncherPro and running at 1ghz (using the Slayher 1.6 kernel), this thing is as fast or faster than many current phones.
I have friends with stock Droid Xs and Droid Incredibles and my Droid 1 is faster at most tasks.
Dont wait for Motorola. Rooooot
Works on the EVO. just dropped the animation.zip file into the media folder.
So how did you go about using that on the EVO? I have Myn's ROM on my phone, where do i place that bootanimation.zip file at?
Put the Bootanimation ZIP file in the "media" folder, which is inside the "system" folder. If there is one already in there (and there should be) just delete it or overwrite it.
There was not a file in there by that name, i pasted it in there and rebooted and i get the same boot animation i get with the myn ROM. it must be else where on my phone, i will do some searching for it i guess to see where i find the bootanimation.zip file at.
Edit:...I found it located here...system/customize/resource
Works great and looks good.
Just saying, it's kinda weird when you don't talk in the videos. Did you have a cold or something? lol :P
lol y yes I do. It was also 3am and my son was sleeping next to me.
I wonder how much slower that animation stuff makes the boot time.... if any
So how do you change this on Droid 1
It works great on mine :-Dhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b9CFqptsIT0&feature=youtube_gdata_player