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Default [Q] Android Revolution HD 10.2 boot animation

Anyone have any information on installing some sort of boot animation to the M8 running ARHD 10.2? Currently it takes a few minutes to fully boot and stays on the HTC development warning screen the entire time. I actually have to press the power button or screen to get it past this screen after a few minutes, otherwise it just stays there.
 
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Anyone have any information on installing some sort of boot animation to the M8 running ARHD 10.2? Currently it takes a few minutes to fully boot and stays on the HTC development warning screen the entire time. I actually have to press the power button or screen to get it past this screen after a few minutes, otherwise it just stays there.
I can't think of how often I see those posts anymore.

I'd guess you are not on a FW version 2.22.xxx, am I right?. The boot animation is - as I'm quiet sure - correctly installed but not showing as ARHD is designed to work wit FW 2.22.xxx, but not with any FW below this.




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I can't think of how often I see those posts anymore.

I'd guess you are not on a FW version 2.22.xxx, am I right?. The boot animation is - as I'm quiet sure - correctly installed but not showing as ARHD is designed to work wit FW 2.22.xxx, but not with any FW below this.




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I've actually got the same issue with the boot screen and I'm running FW version 2.22.401.4, so that may not be the issue at hand.

It is a real pain though, it's slow to boot and only goes through to the homescreen after the screen times out (at first boot I thought the phone had bricked until I head a notification sound).
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[QUOTE=HTCNerdYoda;55017763]I can't think of how often I see those posts anymore.

I'd guess you are not on a FW version 2.22.xxx, am I right?. The boot animation is - as I'm quiet sure - correctly installed but not showing as ARHD is designed to work wit FW 2.22.xxx, but not with any FW below this.

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~~Looks like you were right on this, at least for me... I sunshine'd & updated the firmware, I still get the development boot screen but only for a couple seconds and then the boot animation runs. Thanks!
 
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Looks like you were right on this, at least for me... I sunshine'd & updated the firmware, I still get the development boot screen but only for a couple seconds and then the boot animation runs. Thanks!
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I've actually got the same issue with the boot screen and I'm running FW version 2.22.401.4, so that may not be the issue at hand.

It is a real pain though, it's slow to boot and only goes through to the homescreen after the screen times out (at first boot I thought the phone had bricked until I head a notification sound).
So then lets have a closer look on that.

You are running FW2.22.401.4, meaning HBoot 3.18 an Radio 1.19!? And you are ruinning ARHD 10.2 as the OP of this thread does. So according to your setup all should be fine and booting fast, but it doesn't.

May I ask where you got the firmware from an what your CID/MID actually are?
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FW: 2.22.401.5 (1.70.111.1)
Radio: 1.19.21331147A1
ROM: Stock - SuperSU
Recovery: Stock

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I've actually got the same issue with the boot screen and I'm running FW version 2.22.401.4, so that may not be the issue at hand.
This can't be checked in Settings>About, so if that is where you are getting the information from, its not necessarily correct.

Firmware in fact does not have a real "number"; although we will often refer to the software (OS) number the firmware deployed with.

The only way to really confirm you have updated firmware, is to check hboot number and radio as mentioned above.
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So then lets have a closer look on that.

You are running FW2.22.401.4, meaning HBoot 3.18 an Radio 1.19!? And you are ruinning ARHD 10.2 as the OP of this thread does. So according to your setup all should be fine and booting fast, but it doesn't.

May I ask where you got the firmware from an what your CID/MID actually are?
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This can't be checked in Settings>About, so if that is where you are getting the information from, its not necessarily correct.

Firmware in fact does not have a real "number"; although we will often refer to the software (OS) number the firmware deployed with.

The only way to really confirm you have updated firmware, is to check hboot number and radio as mentioned above.
Cheers, relatively new to HTC phones so wasn't aware of the differences.

CID is VODAP021, Hboot is 3.16 and Radio is 1.16 so looks like I'm not on the latest version after all?
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Cheers, relatively new to HTC phones so wasn't aware of the differences.

CID is VODAP021, Hboot is 3.16 and Radio is 1.16 so looks like I'm not on the latest version after all?
That's right. It's the HBoot and radio corresponding to the software number 1.54.xxx.xx.

To run e.g. ROMs such as ARHD and ViperOne you need to flash the firmware corresponding to the software number 2.22.xxx.x, as I mention just in one of my first posts in this thread.
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More info and link to instructions on how to update the firmware are here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...postcount=9592

If you didn't do it this way (or already got a software 2.xx OTA or came from factory that way) then you are not on the new firmware.
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