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[Q] I do not get to change the bootanimation to mt6592 s4 i9500

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16th June 2014, 11:46 PM   |  #1  
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I'm crazy for getting to change my s4 i9500 bootanimation mt6592.
I tried using the method of CWM, or by two xlog.sh scritz files and creating folder bootanimation but I can not change the bootanimation to this terminal.
that I have to do? please help me.
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17th June 2014, 09:12 AM   |  #2  
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I'm crazy for getting to change my s4 i9500 bootanimation mt6592.
I tried using the method of CWM, or by two xlog.sh scritz files and creating folder bootanimation but I can not change the bootanimation to this terminal.
that I have to do? please help me.
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You dont have to create bootanimation folder. Just put the bootanimation.zip into /system/media/
17th June 2014, 02:21 PM   |  #3  
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You dont have to create bootanimation folder. Just put the bootanimation.zip into /system/media/

scholastica sorry for my translation, but I've tried this. I do not work so I leave this issue here. then, I have put a bootanimation already put me at the time of placing a CWN recovery. I can remove if I go to this address: system / bin / bootanimation. okay? then .. that I did it? get this file that has no file type online. for example, take it from a rom cwm and replace to give the necessary permissions as the other files in the bin folder. not achieved and I change the bootanimation. moreover, scholastova the bootanimation.zip folder. I've tried other directions. I do not remember. I have watched many tutorials and I get nothing.
I can not do that ...
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18th June 2014, 05:07 AM   |  #4  
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scholastica sorry for my translation, but I've tried this. I do not work so I leave this issue here. then, I have put a bootanimation already put me at the time of placing a CWN recovery. I can remove if I go to this address: system / bin / bootanimation. okay? then .. that I did it? get this file that has no file type online. for example, take it from a rom cwm and replace to give the necessary permissions as the other files in the bin folder. not achieved and I change the bootanimation. moreover, scholastova the bootanimation.zip folder. I've tried other directions. I do not remember. I have watched many tutorials and I get nothing.
I can not do that ...

Ok, let's try again. First, go to system / bin / and open file: bootanimation with text editor. Find text: bootanimation (see attachment). As you can see, the name of bootanimation file is not bootanimation.zip but bootanimation_mtk.zip. Now do the same thing, may be you have to change the name of bootanimation.zip file to something else. CLUE: Follow the address and the name as written in system / bin / bootanimation file.
I hope it works!
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21st June 2014, 04:57 PM   |  #5  
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Ok, let's try again. First, go to system / bin / and open file: bootanimation with text editor. Find text: bootanimation (see attachment). As you can see, the name of bootanimation file is not bootanimation.zip but bootanimation_mtk.zip. Now do the same thing, may be you have to change the name of bootanimation.zip file to something else. CLUE: Follow the address and the name as written in system / bin / bootanimation file.
I hope it works!

perfect! thank you very much friend!: Laugh:: Laugh:: Laugh:: Laugh:
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