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Samsung boot animations

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9th September 2011, 04:53 PM   |  #1  
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I've not seen this listed in the continuum forums so I thought I'd post the link. I'm pretty tired of seeing Verizon every time I reboot my phone. The shutdown animations are easy enough to change but I've had little luck finding or figuring out the .qmg file thing. I was poking around and I found this thread in the Epic forums. I am currently running the Charge boot animation and it works great. The one hitch, after you install through recovery you'll need to go in an explorer, I use root explorer, to system/media and rename the your bootsamsung.qmg to something like boot.sam and rename the bootani.qmg file to bootsamsung.qmg. Hope you anjoy. Credit goes to nubecoder.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1206374

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Good find

Looks Like once you rename the files after the flash, you can reflash another without having to change names again.

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Thanks for this!

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11th September 2011, 12:21 AM   |  #4  
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I did the whole rename thing but when i did it they came together(the names) then i didnt know which was which. Anyway some how i got boot.ani boot.sam & bootsamsung on there. dont know how to get back, any help would be much appreciated. Now all i get is the droid charge sound but no animation
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The one you want to use has to have the .qmg file extension. So, it would be bootsamsung.qmg

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Sorry please forgive my ignorance. What do I do with that file exactly? You said use it? How?
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You use CWM recovery to flash it. Once flashed you need to rename the files as outlined above.

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11th September 2011, 01:08 AM   |  #8  
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I did that, and the first reboot had started with the continuum boot then showed the droid eye, then came on. After i changed the names but somehow got boot.sam, bootani.qmg, bootsamsung.qmg all in the media folder. Now I can hear the droid charge boot animation just cant see it. Was thinking should i just reflash the DC07 rom. then try this again or is there an easier way? Thanks
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No need to reflash the ROM. I'd reflash the shutdowns and repeat the process. I've not got a clue what you might have done.

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Ok, thanks a bunch, think Ive got it now.

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