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22nd February 2013, 03:56 PM |#241  
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116MB is way too much.
 
 
23rd February 2013, 12:12 PM |#242  
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i have a bootanimation created ... but i want to flash it with cwm ??.. i ve used the omega fire bootanimation(cwm flashable file) , replaced the bootanimation in that with the bootanimation ive made and flashed it .. but it still didnt work ... help?? .. i dont understand the other way to do it.. the method using root explorer ??

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and also my bootanimation is around 116 mb??.. is that ok???

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116MB is way too much.

in theory there isnt any restrictions with filesize and frames, but that is quite a lot mate..
how many frames do you have, and what are your fps set to?
normally it takes approximately 7 seconds where it shows the animation, and then the ui shows..
with a fps setting at 20, i usually make around 160-180frames.. and i havent made a single bootanimation that is over 20mb, with that setup..
perhaps you should reconsider whether or not youre frames are in use, as they doesnt even show on a normal bootup..
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[QUOTE=anbech;38368310]in theory there isnt any restrictions with filesize and frames, but


Would not the restriction be the time between boot and OS on as a maximum ???

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23rd February 2013, 01:59 PM |#244  
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in theory there isnt any restrictions with filesize and frames, but


Would not the restriction be the time between boot and OS on as a maximum ???

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well, partly.. i would recommend that.. but when flashing a rom, it shows the bootanimation for a very long time, at the very first boot after flash..
and if youre using ICS, it will play the bootanimation fulltime, all frames to be showed, and then it shows ui..
but i usually does it like 7sec or so.. that fits very well, in my opinion..
24th February 2013, 11:23 AM |#245  
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in theory there isnt any restrictions with filesize and frames, but that is quite a lot mate..
how many frames do you have, and what are your fps set to?
normally it takes approximately 7 seconds where it shows the animation, and then the ui shows..
with a fps setting at 20, i usually make around 160-180frames.. and i havent made a single bootanimation that is over 20mb, with that setup..
perhaps you should reconsider whether or not youre frames are in use, as they doesnt even show on a normal bootup..

yea i had made a mistake while making the bootnanimation .. it only came upto 4mb! .. i found out what i did wrong , corrected it now it works!! Thank you a Wonderful guide!
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First of all not every kernel support bootanimations. Second 116MB is big number ... do you have so many frames in boot animation or did you add some extra files like sounds etc.?
My bootanim (part0 + part1) is about 150frames and it measures around 15MB with boot sound.
26th February 2013, 06:15 PM |#247  
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OK I must be doing something wrong....

I did each of these steps, but when I restart my phone all I get is a black screen, the keys on the phone light up but it never boots completely. The only way I can get my phone back up is to re-flash the rom and start over again.

Help, please????
26th February 2013, 11:36 PM |#248  
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I like your bootanimation very much but i can't flash it to my phone. I use omega v44 and it isn't flashable anyway. I tryed all posts and tricks. Also i hear boot sound but on black screen. Can you help me pls? And your link was dead for your information...
27th February 2013, 11:36 AM |#249  
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OK I must be doing something wrong....

I did each of these steps, but when I restart my phone all I get is a black screen, the keys on the phone light up but it never boots completely. The only way I can get my phone back up is to re-flash the rom and start over again.

Help, please????

That sounds as if you've compressed the zip. You must create and save the data only and does not compress.


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28th February 2013, 09:17 AM |#250  
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I can't get this to work on MB3 leak. :/
Still see samsung logo. tried pushing to system/media and data/local.

The test zip is also not working.
I've already flashed the enable cwm custom boot anim.

What could be the problem?
28th February 2013, 09:43 AM |#251  
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Not every kernel works with custom bootanimation, try changing kernel

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