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By beeewell, Senior Member on 20th January 2014, 04:18 PM
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In general, will disabling boot animation result in faster boot up? If so, I'm using BeanStalk with Nova Launcher (and LOVING it - Thanks Meticulus). Would I delete (or move to another location to put it back) the /system/media/bootanimation.zip file to do it? Or is there a more user friendly way of disabling it? I did look around and couldn't find a setting that would do it. Thanks in advance
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21st January 2014, 04:40 PM |#2  
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In general, will disabling boot animation result in faster boot up? If so, I'm using BeanStalk with Nova Launcher (and LOVING it - Thanks Meticulus). Would I delete (or move to another location to put it back) the /system/media/bootanimation.zip file to do it? Or is there a more user friendly way of disabling it? I did look around and couldn't find a setting that would do it. Thanks in advance

Afaik, In general, yes you will get a faster boot up by disabling the bootanimation. You can rename it, move it or delete it to disable it. The stock "Android" boot animation should play...
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Thanks for your reply Meticulus...

I use ES File Explorer, and tried moving, renaming, and deleting that file, but it won't let me. I looked at its properties, and it shows that I have read & write access to it.
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Thanks for your reply Meticulus...

I use ES File Explorer, and tried moving, renaming, and deleting that file, but it won't let me. I looked at its properties, and it shows that I have I have read & write access to it.

This is the same issue that plagues build.prop editing and, Viper4Android. It's remounting /system read/write. You should be able to "adb root" then "adb remount" ...
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