When I was poking around i the initramfs I found this:
# disable boot animation for a faster boot sequence when needed
case "$boot_anim" in
0) setprop debug.sf.nobootanimation 1
So it seems we can load up the settings data base and set debug.sf.nobootanimation 1 to turn off boot animations completely using the same procedure as the market place restriction fix(?). Looks like that speeds up boot as well since the devs seem to want to do it
Has anyone tried this?
This question has been asked before, but no one has said anything yet....
EDIT: I can't find any setting in settings.db that looks like it would accomplish this. Maybe in another db?
I was trying to replace the first splash screen (the white one "world phone") but so far no lucky. I had to restore my phone after a bad flash from a custom "tar" file... hehehe
phone -!- computer icon it's no good :P
Does anyone know how to remove or replace that splash screen? do we need to dump the boot loader then patch it?
i found the jpg with the ATT World Phone... but I haven't been able to remove it.
Is it possible the return to the original bootanimation qmg? What files and modifications need to do? Could you share with me the files needed to return to the original bootanimation?
Cog's kernel doesn't support the *.qmg animation support, instead going for an option that is more user-configurable. And no, there is no known process for altering a *.qmg into a *.zip format; but, fortunately for you, if you truly must have that "Galaxy S" logo for bootup, feel free to use this: http://cid-11d05b676a3170c4.office.l...unggalaxys.zip and rename it to "bootanimation.zip" and put it in /data/local or /system/media
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