Originally Posted by Ashaman_Kupo
UPDate: Ok, so I got the sound to work by looking at Orical's post. The reason why the sound won't play is because in the:
there is a line that reads
"audio="/system/customize/resource/startup_audio.wav" audiostart="TMOUS" />"
Audiostart is pointing at "TMOUS" which is the first folder in the stock TMOUS_rockey_animzation.zip file. If you add a new bootup animation zip and that zip doesn't contain a folder called "TMOUS", the sound won't run.
All you have to do is
1.Open Root Explorer Press the r/w in the upper right
2.Navigate to /Cid folder, long press on default.xml and open in text editor
3.srcoll down towards the bottom and find the line with "audiostart=TMOUS"
4.Delete "TMOUS" and write the name of the first folder that runs in your new boot animation.
5. Then clear your cache and dalvik cache. Although I'm not sure you need to do the latter
This is how I got my sound to work again. Pretty simple. I didn't mess with the FPS when I added the Landscape andy bike rider zip in the OP.
Im on the stock US Rom, so I think this only applies to U.S phones with stock roms. I think.
I've been trying the whole evening to get my bootanimation to play a sound with no luck. It was difficult enough to get a custom bootanimation to display, because it appears that the european Vodafone HTC One S loads it's bootanimation from /system/customize/resources/VF_bootanimation.zip and it took me a while to figure that out, with special thanks to Orical for his post.
However in the /system/customize/CID/default.xml file, there's no mentioning of any "audio". Here is a copy of the Boot Configuration part of it:
<BootAnimation animation="/system/customize/resource/VF_bootanimation.zip" />
<ShutdownAnimation image_png="/system/customize/resource/VF_downanimation.zip" image="" fps="7" />
I should also note, that there's no startup_audio.wav in the /resources folder.
I also read somewhere that you could get a bootsound to play by adding a line in the animations' desc.txt, for example "s Dingdong.mp3" but I couldn't get that to work either... prolly because I had no idea where to put the mp3... Any ideas?