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Question Xperia Z2 bootanim.mp3

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iam new here because i have a question related to the Bootanim.zip. i rooted my Z2 and changed the bootanim.mp3, the complete zipfile and i even tried to unzip the mp3, edit it with wavelab and repacked it into the zip. i even changed the access permissions but the sound doesnt play at startup. what am i doing wrong?
 
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Did you activate the boot sound in the sound options?

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sry for the late response, ofcourse the boot sound is enabled.
The original bootsound works if i backup it, but as soon i put my custom mp3 in the zip file it doesnt work anymore. The original file and my custom file have the same audioproperties (except from the bitrate wich is at 128kbit/s in my custom and at 160kbit/s in the original file).

btw. the docking sound doesnt work either, it is playable when i extract it from the phone but it doesnt work/play while docking/undocking (docking sound is the original file). I now checked again every possible setting in the phone but there is no option to de-/activate the docking sound.
 
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When you put a file to the bootanimation.zip,you should never forget setting the "compression method"option to "store" since the default option is"normal",and that should be the main problem causing your phone remaining silence at boot。Also,don`t forget to change the file permissions.

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When you put a file to the bootanimation.zip,you should never forget setting the "compression method"option to "store" since the default option is"normal",and that should be the main problem causing your phone remaining silence at boot。Also,don`t forget to change the file permissions.

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Hi,

Rom Version: RomAur v3.1

I've tried everything, but the audio doesn't start

Tried .ogg, .mp3. Renamed in bootanim.mp3/ogg. Edited desc file, added "s" string.

I've tried also putting audio file in these folders:

1) system/media
2) system/media/UI

Any idea???

Thank you.
 
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Hi,

Rom Version: RomAur v3.1

I've tried everything, but the audio doesn't start

Tried .ogg, .mp3. Renamed in bootanim.mp3/ogg. Edited desc file, added "s" string.

I've tried also putting audio file in these folders:

1) system/media
2) system/media/UI

Any idea???

Thank you.

Try to extract an origninal bootanimation.zip file from the official firmware,then replace the music file ONLY,beware the "compress method"I mentioned above.

1) system/media
2) system/media/UI
those stuff won`t necessary
 
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Try to extract an origninal bootanimation.zip file from the official firmware,then replace the music file ONLY,beware the "compress method"I mentioned above.

1) system/media
2) system/media/UI
those stuff won`t necessary


Hi,
ok, I've tried, startup failure with my custom mp3 file, only "android logo shown!
Permissions are correct.

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Try use the 160kbps mp3 file,also do beware of the COMPRESS METHOD as I mentioend above when you put your mp3 into te zip file.

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Try use the 160kbps mp3 file,also do beware of the COMPRESS METHOD as I mentioend above when you put your mp3 into te zip file.

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compress method: always done

ok, let my try 160kbps!

Thanks!

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compress method: always done

ok, let my try 160kbps!

Thanks!

ok, seems to play but no sound and animation now!

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