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[Download] Ironman Jarvis Boot Animation 1280x720 resolution [Download]

10th March 2014, 03:51 AM   |  #1  
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First of all, this is not my original idea.

I have modified the original to use proper images with 1280x720 resolution of Note II and changed the sequence of animation.
I have also put heart-like throbbing at the end of the animation which makes it look even cooler.

I am sharing this with you guys who wanted a proper 1280x720 version.
This is a general boot animation and has nothing to do with which rom or phone you use.

This also has audio but it will not work on CyanogenMod rom (tested) as CM doesn't support Boot Sound out of box..
But I believe there are mods/hacks to enable this on CM. I leave that to you.
For your info (links to mods/hacks):

Please feel free to distribute, host or modify it as per you needs.
If you didn't like the animation sequence, you can modify yourself using the tools below. It's fairly simple. Please don't request me to do it.
Don't forget to give credits to your predecessors. It's not going to cost you anything.

To re-size the images I have used utility called Image Resizer for Windows by Brice Lambson

To extract GIF images, I have used gif2frames by Corey (UnbrellaStudio)

To create/extract zip file, PeaZip (Make sure you select Store as Comression Level in Advanced)

This is originally based on Jarvis Boot Animation by hypd09 (which is again is based off Jarvis app on iOS)

I made use of the GIF images from:

I will not able to answer your questions because I don't spend much time on XDA but I sure there plenty people here to help you out.
You can also search the answers to lot of your questions by yourself if you put enough efforts. Thanks.

The size of the file is huge for a boot animation(~100 MB)
If anyone can manage to reduce it, feel free to do so and share it with others.
Download Link==>

How to Install?
1. Requires Root Access
2. Copy this zip file
3. Go to /System/Media/
4. Rename old to prevent from being overwritten.
5. Paste the copied zip file

If still confused, search XDA or Google.

Thanks & Enjoy


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2nd July 2014, 05:22 PM   |  #2  
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Why's file so big?? Isn't it too big for just an Image?
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