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By rogeriorp, Senior Member on 1st April 2014, 01:13 AM
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23rd July 2014, 01:42 AM |#71  
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Originally Posted by juno360

To restore the old boot animation, uninstall the Motorola Boot Services update

Then replace the bootanimation.zip in /data/local/moodle (5mb) with the one sitting in /system/media (9mb)

I seem to be stuck on the football animation and can't get rid of it. My girlfriend also has a moto G and hers automatically went back to the original animation... The thing is, I hate football!

I tried disabling motorola boot services, and it asked me if I wanted to uninstall updates, so I said yes... but that didn't get rid of it. so I reactivated it, and let it update again, but I'm still stuck with football.

Is the football animation supposed to be gone yet? (like it is on my girlfriend's moto G)

I'm not rooted, so I don't seem to have access to /data (it's just an empty folder in ES file explorer). but in system/media, the bootanimation.zip contains only the original one! - but when I reboot, the football one plays! How can I get rid of it???

UPDATE:

I was finally able to get rid of it, details are here: http://forum.xda-developers.com/moto...ed-to-t2824932
Last edited by Andaho; 24th July 2014 at 09:09 AM. Reason: fixed issue
 
 
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