[Tutorial] Create your own BIOS Boot animation
>> Software needed:
- Paintbrush (or any other image editor you like)
- IZArc (the only one that didn't break the ZIP file)
font (it comes with windows)
# 1st Step:
Create the text template.
Using Notepad create the text template with all the info of your phone.
# 2nd Step:
Samsung Galaxy S4, An Energy Star Ally.
Copyright (C) 1936-2014, Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd.
Qualcomm APQ8064T Snapdragon 600 CPU at 1900 MHz , 4 Processor(s)
GPU: Adreno 320
Memory Test: 2097152K OK
Android Plug and Play ROM Extension v.4.4.2
Copyright (C) 2014, Google Inc.
Deteting Flash ROM ... Stock 4.4.2 + ROOT
Detecting Flash Extension ... microSD 64 GB
Detecting Phone Storage ... 16777216KB
Press VOLUP+HOME+POWER to enter RECOVERY
CPU Type : Qualcomm Snapdragon(R) Processor
Cache Memory : 2097152K
Memory Installed : 2GB DRAM
Pri. Master Disk : 16GB, ROM
Pri. Slave Disk : None
Sec. Master Disk : 65536MB
Display Type : Super AMOLED/1080x1920
Serial Port (s) : A2DP
Parallel Port (s) : 378
GPS On Module (s) : Yes
PCI devices listing.....
Bus Device Device ID Device Class
0 37 24C2 IEEE 802.11 Networking Controller
0 26 24C4 IEEE 802.15.1 WPAN Controller
0 23 24C7 Display Controller
0 22 24C9 A-GPS Receiver Device
1 21 24CB Multi-Axis Accelerometer
1 10 24CC Proximity Sensor
1 9 4E44 Ambient Light Sensor
1 8 4E33 Digital Compass
2 5 5F33 Barometer Sensor
2 4 5F34 Temperature Sensor
2 3 5F35 Humidity Sensor
2 2 5F55 Gesture Sensor
Activating ROOT access SUCCESS!
Beginning Android OS 4.4.2 boot sequence....
Create the animation templates.
Using Paintbrush (or any other editor) create a black image with the resolution of your phone screen.
Copy/Paste the previous created text and position it to you liking. I used Fixedsys
After creating the folders PART0 and PART1 and putting all the files in order (000.png, 001.png, 002.png, etc...), edit the file DESC.TXT and change the resolution and FPS settings.
Remember to count the seconds it takes for your phone to boot, if you set up a low FPS (Frames Per Second) the phone may boot too fast and stop the animation before it finishes.
# 3rd Step:
Store the file.
After all the files are in order and in their places, use the IZArc aplication, and Store the files in a bootanimation.zip
Remember to use the Method: Store without compression
. If you only see a black screen on your phone boot you might have messed up this step.
I tried many other application like WinRAR, WinZIP, etc.., and all corrupted the ZIP files. IZArc was the only one that worked for me.
I will not tell you were to put the files since many ROM's have different locations.
Here is a Power On
for the ROM's that support sound playing on boot. Edit the file to your liking using any audio editor.
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