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[Animations] Custom Boot and Shutdown Animations (04/22/12)

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Sorry it took me a while to report if it worked. How do I set it to store/no compression?
I copied the zip file to my computer, edited the 40 to 50, and replaced the file in the .zip file (copy and paste), copied it to my sd card, used the root explorer tool to move it back to system, but I see no option to set it to store/no compression, and my boot animation is black as you mentioned.

I'm not sure what compression/zip program you are using but all the folders and files cannot be compressed. I used winrar and when I add the desc.txt back into the zip it asks me what compression I want to set it at and I choose store. If you don't have that option just take all the files and make a new zip and make sure it's set to store.
 
 
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