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Default [Bootanimation] Google Gears

One of my favorite boot animations. Resized for our tablets.

Copy to /system/media and reboot. You need root access to copy this. Most people use root explorer for this. This is only for aosp roms such as AOKP / CM10 and the like. Not for stock roms!!

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Thanks for this. Question, did you have to delete the old boot animation file and did you have to mess with permissions?

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Thanks for this. Question, did you have to delete the old boot animation file and did you have to mess with permissions?

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You can backup the old boot animation on the sd card, or rename it to something that dont mess up with the new one.

@OT Could you provide more bootanimations? And maybe for the 7 inch and the 10 inch one?
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Thanks for this. Question, did you have to delete the old boot animation file and did you have to mess with permissions?

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Yes just rename it to bootanimation.old or copy it to a safe place (like the external SD card)

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You can backup the old boot animation on the sd card, or rename it to something that dont mess up with the new one.

@OT Could you provide more bootanimations? And maybe for the 7 inch and the 10 inch one?
Yes I could resize it and make it bigger, smaller etc I will work on it tonight and update the post. I had a buddy here who wanted it so I thought I'd share it with everyone.

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Noob question, where is that dir? system/media

I use astro file manager, and can't find it
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You need root explorer to see those folders.

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OP updated with resized animation.
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I have been working on this a bit and have failed at it miserably.
I'm trying to get this animation onto my tab:
http://rootzwiki.com/topic/20788-boo...n/page__st__10
Ideally I'd like to get it running in "portrait" mode, which I think means all the images need to be rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
I haven't managed to succeed, only make my tab not display anything on screen anymore in landscape mode, and display only like 1/3rd of the screen in portrait mode.
That was fun to fix LOL.
Anyways, any suggestions? It seems like this should be easy!
 
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Looks great! I'm about to try.
 
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I have been working on this a bit and have failed at it miserably.
I'm trying to get this animation onto my tab:
http://rootzwiki.com/topic/20788-boo...n/page__st__10
Ideally I'd like to get it running in "portrait" mode, which I think means all the images need to be rotated 90 degrees counter-clockwise.
I haven't managed to succeed, only make my tab not display anything on screen anymore in landscape mode, and display only like 1/3rd of the screen in portrait mode.
That was fun to fix LOL.
Anyways, any suggestions? It seems like this should be easy!
I was wanting to do the same with the Street Fighter boot animations http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1570007 I might give it a shot and see what happens.

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