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[Q] Animations Problem in HTC One V

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23rd May 2012, 09:13 AM   |  #1  
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Help! I completely turned off the Animations in the Developer Options (window animation scale and transition animation scale) and now I can't turn them on!! When I touch on the window animation scale and transition animation scale, Nothing happens!! When I go to Display and tap the Animation option, the Animation option in the Developers Options gets turned off and vice versa. I did everything but nothing happens to the Window Animation Scale and Transition Animation Scale... They're always showing 'Animation Off'... What should I do?
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Here is the ScreenShot !
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Here is the ScreenShot !

Force close the application "Developer" and then try again!
If not, restart the phone and see if then it will turn on
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Force close the application "Developer" and then try again!
If not, restart the phone and see if then it will turn on

I restarted my phone but it didn't help! By the way how to close 'developer'? I don't see that app!

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I restarted my phone but it didn't help! By the way how to close 'developer'? I don't see that app!

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you can use the search button. look at your screenshot. it is in the upper right corner of that screen. and search for Development or Developer or Develop.
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you can use the search button. look at your screenshot. it is in the upper right corner of that screen. and search for Development or Developer or Develop.

NO I can't find it. There's nothing like that.
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In that case, I don't know. what rom are you using? I don't yet have the One V to test it, maybe the issue is a rom issue - if it is a custom rom.
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In that case, I don't know. what rom are you using? I don't yet have the One V to test it, maybe the issue is a rom issue - if it is a custom rom.

My phone is NOT Rooted. Using the Stock ROM.

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In that case, I don't know. what rom are you using? I don't yet have the One V to test it, maybe the issue is a rom issue - if it is a custom rom.

Should I try a Factory Data Reset? (and then I'll NEVER EVER Disable the Animations again!)

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Should I try a Factory Data Reset? (and then I'll NEVER EVER Disable the Animations again!)

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I don't know what to say. You can try it. It will not do any harm to your phone (except deleting installed apps - contacts - mails etc.).

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