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I haven't seen anyone mention of it yet. Does anyone know how to get custom boot animations in the bootanimation.zip format working? I've already tried all posted fixes for other Samsung note devices with no success. Best I've gotten was a blank screen during boot. Any suggestions?

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I haven't seen anyone mention of it yet. Does anyone know how to get custom boot animations in the bootanimation.zip format working? I've already tried all posted fixes for other Samsung note devices with no success. Best I've gotten was a blank screen during boot. Any suggestions?

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There a few custom bootanimation threads - I believe you need a .bin file from one of these and you should be able to use it for other .zip files...
Look for lion king bootanimation in this forum, you might need to go back a little while though....
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I haven't seen anyone mention of it yet. Does anyone know how to get custom boot animations in the bootanimation.zip format working? I've already tried all posted fixes for other Samsung note devices with no success. Best I've gotten was a blank screen during boot. Any suggestions?

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furst make sure busybox is installed correctly on you're device.


then flash: bootanimationON
download here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxH...it?usp=sharing

this will make a backup from you're system/bin/bootanimation and make a bootanimation.bak file
and replace with mod bootanimation file to use bootanimation.zip



this is to restore: to go back to standard qmg
download here:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0BxH...it?usp=sharing

you also need you're bootanimation.zip you want to use
this zip needs to be placed in system/media.

"AFTER" you put this bootanimation.zip in system/media "THEN" flash bootanimationON

works 100.1% sure
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Ill give it a shot later. I tried the files for the note 3 without success.

Update- thanks for the file. Works great. Custom animation worked immediately after flashing.

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