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So I'm having a slight issue getting this to work... :/

Files extracted and all that but when I click "Bootanimation Manager" to open it, nothing happens. My adb was causing me issues earlier in the week so I removed it. Is that possibly the issue?
 
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Smile Going to try...

Is there a tutorial or anything? Has anybody had success ? Where do you get the animations? Help? Thanks
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So I'm having a slight issue getting this to work... :/

Files extracted and all that but when I click "Bootanimation Manager" to open it, nothing happens. My adb was causing me issues earlier in the week so I removed it. Is that possibly the issue?
please try on cmd console, "java -version", if you dont get something like

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java version "1.6.0_31"
Java(TM) SE Runtime Environment (build 1.6.0_31-b05)
Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 20.6-b01, mixed mode, sharing)
Then, java is your problem, not adb. Java download here

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Is there a tutorial or anything? Has anybody had success ? Where do you get the animations? Help? Thanks
Get your animations on your device forum. They should be .zip files. Just drag and drop, and when you see preview, connect device, and press push button.

PLEASE PEOPLE WITH PROBLEMS PUSHING / PULLING, TRY MANUALLY (adb pull /system/media/bootanimation.zip C:\\bootanimation.zip), ON MY SGS2 (I9100), CM7 DON'T LET YOU PULL, WHILE CM9 LETS, THIS IS NOT APP ISSUE, BUT ROM ISSUE .

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Nice!

Now just need to find some boot animations and a human of some type
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Nice!

Now just need to find some boot animations and a human of some type
They're hard to find, I already tried duh!. I better made a robot.

News: Got bootanimation building working! (fixed the bug of java organizing images like 1,10,11,12,...,2,20,21,... that was annoying)

Ill upload a 1080p video when my friend give me his phone for using as testing device (I wont record with X10 mini po for use S2 as test device, 1080p vs 480p )
 
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nice programme! thx..

would it be possible to add info in "desc.txt" to the screen (such as dimension, framerate, etc.), so that i know more about the animation without having to look at the file myself?
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thanks... but I hope you develop the apk version... so we could change our default bootanimation via our phone...
Collection of my cool bootanimation
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thanks... but I hope you develop the apk version... so we could change our default bootanimation via our phone...
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Thanks for this!

But now provide some bootanimation
 
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nice programme! thx..

would it be possible to add info in "desc.txt" to the screen (such as dimension, framerate, etc.), so that i know more about the animation without having to look at the file myself?
Pretty Nice Feature

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thanks... but I hope you develop the apk version... so we could change our default bootanimation via our phone...
What about an app same as this + server full of bootanimations, downloadable via OTA ? .
Making the app on android is really easier, no need to use adb, and we can backup and change bootanimation just mounting filesystems.

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