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[Q] gain performance by removing bootanimation?

OP philwire

6th February 2014, 04:21 PM   |  #1  
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Hi, I'm wondering if removing the rom's bootanimation.zip will help speedup the device in at least two ways:
  • Bootup, by not having to load the animation;
  • Overall usage, since the bootanimation.zip 's space will/should be freed on the phone's storage
is any of those scenarios bound to happen and help my device?
6th February 2014, 04:35 PM   |  #2  
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It will speed up the boot up process but that's it

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Quote:
Originally Posted by philwire

Hi, I'm wondering if removing the rom's bootanimation.zip will help speedup the device in at least two ways:

  • Bootup, by not having to load the animation;
  • Overall usage, since the bootanimation.zip 's space will/should be freed on the phone's storage
is any of those scenarios bound to happen and help my device?

Booting up will be fast, but not anything else. You cannot get a performance boost by removing a few hundred KiB file. boot animation.zip doesn't make your phone slow/lag.

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