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[MOD] boot animations for note ii - UPDATED

3rd November 2012, 08:08 PM   |  #1  
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Use rom toolbox to install or rename to bootanimation.zip and place in system/media using root explorer

Note rom toolbox defaults to data/local
This directory will work too but if u cwm flash another boot ani later, it will not take, data/local has priority, so change it in rom toolbox or pull the bootanimation out of the cwm zip [zip within a zip]

You must also
Navigate to system/media
Delete or rename bootsamsungloop.qmg and bootsamsung.qmg
Navigate to system/bin
Delete or rename samsungani
Rename bootanimation to samsungani

Update, the previous segment dose not need to be done in most if not all roms for this device now.

Update, That also means that the following will not restore stock boot animation if that is the case.

Now if you want to revert back to stock
Rename samsungani to bootanimation
Take _bk off the ends of the three other files.
If you deleated the files see the links at the bottem of the post.

To add stock shutdown to a rom rename bootsamsung.qmg to shutdown.qmg and place in system/media/video

You may haft to make the folder called video

IMPORTANT NOTE: TO DO BOOT ANIMATION MODS NO CHANGE OF PERMISSIONS IS NECESARY

If I helped you find a boot animation u like, please hit that thanks button


Update, spinning mario not working.

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this preview is a little off from the real boot ani
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Further note, you can resize any png img boot ani using desc
If the imgs r jpeg you must convert them to ping then edit the desc, or resize every img if that did not work.
Imgs with transparancys MUST BE RESIZED
Change first two values in desc to 720 1280
Zip part0 and other parts n desc.txt to root of zip, using winrar and make sure its a .zip and your just storing, no compression
DO NOT ZIP THE PARENT DIRECTORY
THAT IS EXTREAMLY IMPORTANT
ONLY ZIP THE FOLDERS PART0 ECT AND DESC.TXT TO THE ROOT OF THE ZIP

Files to revert to stock

These two files go in system/media
Bootsamsung.qmg.qmg
http://db.tt/Y0q8nWft
Bootsamsungloop.qmg
http://db.tt/SWW8IrKP
These two files go in system/bin
Bootanimation
http://db.tt/soJp0Mb5
Samsungani
http://db.tt/8RPQ9d6F

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4th November 2012, 04:03 AM   |  #2  
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Screenshots please! :P
And would this work on the Samsung version of Note 2? :P Not sure how the naming goes!
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4th November 2012, 06:02 AM   |  #3  
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What do you mean the Samsung version of the note II
4th November 2012, 07:05 AM   |  #4  
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I meant the International version of note 2. :P

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6th November 2012, 01:48 AM   |  #5  
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If its 720x1280 it will work regardless of phone make or model also since the imgs are pngs the desc file can be changed to your screen resolution n they will work. Tested on note ii, samsung precedent, and htc evo and inspire.

Ill generate some gifs now.

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14th November 2012, 05:54 AM   |  #7  
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thank you so much. followed your instructions on my sprint Note II PALJC used rom tool box to assign and it worked a treat.

now how about the shut down animation? and how do we changed the sounds hehe
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Thanks OP. Couldn't stand the T-Mobile boot! Boot up and down sounds are in system/media/audio/ui, PowerOff.ogg and PowerOn.ogg. Disabled mine for now but I'm sure we can replace them with whatever we want. +1 on down animation! BTW here's a link to a ton of bootanimations in our resolution....
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1364044
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nerys71

thank you so much. followed your instructions on my sprint Note II PALJC used rom tool box to assign and it worked a treat.

now how about the shut down animation? and how do we changed the sounds hehe

Find me a converter that spits out qmg
There may be a way to use a folder full of png imgs as well or a shutdown.zip it will be a manual install tho.

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19th November 2012, 09:05 PM   |  #10  
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I will be adding cwm installs in the comming weeks.

If anyone has a gif they want a boot ani send me a dropbox file [make sure their not to small] and you must cite me the source of your animation. First come first serve on personal request. Work for rom boot animations get cutsies

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