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Galaxy S5 Fonts / Ringtone / Wallpapers / Boot Animation

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24th April 2014, 07:18 PM   |  #1  
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Galaxy S5 Fonts / Ringtone / Wallpapers / Boot Animation

[B] Font: Push to System using Root Explorer[B]
[B] Ringtone: Push to System using Root Explorer[B]
[B] Bootanimation: Push to System using Root Explorer[B]

>>> DOWNLOAD <<<

Launcher and Weather from [here]

if you like it press thanks
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25th April 2014, 12:38 PM   |  #2  
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Reserved..
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Thread reopened.

I know there are no links yet, let the OP paste them before you report the thread.

Thanks!
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7th June 2014, 03:19 AM   |  #4  
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Galaxy S5 Fonts / Ringtone / Wallpapers / Boot Animation

[B] Font: Push to System using Root Explorer[B]
[B] Ringtone: Push to System using Root Explorer[B]
[B] Bootanimation: Push to System using Root Explorer[B]

>>> DOWNLOAD <<<

Launcher and Weather from [here]

if you like it press thanks

So how and where do i put the boot animation files as the .zip is not flashable?
7th June 2014, 11:52 AM   |  #5  
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1. open "Root Explorer". Accept any Superuser requests.
2. Navigate to where you downloaded the "bootanimation.zip" file. Copy (or cut) it.
3. Navigate as far up as you can into your root directory, and then Goto /system/media/, mount it in r/w mode.
4. Paste your "bootanimation.zip" file or replace it into /system/media/ (it must be named bootanimation.zip)
5. Change permissions as below. >>> rw- r-- r-- <<<
6. Reboot and enjoy!
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