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[Q] Help make this Bootanimation for aria

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18th March 2011, 01:23 PM   |  #11  
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19th March 2011, 08:09 AM   |  #12  
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I took your resized images and repackaged them in a zip you can flash from recovery. I havent had a chance to actually test it out though so let me know if it works.

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19th March 2011, 01:56 PM   |  #13  
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thanks, Update* it still shows a black screen, imma look at the wildfire thread, since i was able to get the boot to work on my phone through recovery and see what they did that we can probably do
20th March 2011, 03:34 AM   |  #14  
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Originally Posted by ninjajtm

thanks, Update* it still shows a black screen, imma look at the wildfire thread, since i was able to get the boot to work on my phone through recovery and see what they did that we can probably do

Hmm now that I look at it i see that the file size I posted was only like 140 bytes...the original was over 300 kb wasn't it? Something is definitely getting screwed up in the zipping process...ill try my windows machine tonight. I've gotten plenty of bootanimations to work using windows.

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yea about 338 kb
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So is there a flashable version of this yet? I tried copy and pasting in root explorer but no luck. Am i doing sometgung wrong.?

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yea right now we don't have a working version but we are working on it, if you want a working version. .there is thread over in wildfire area with a working bootanimation for our phone but the animation is smaller than our phone
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I am attempting to make this a working version as well! )
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well you have our resources and can probably get further then we can, were just having problems zipping the content back up to flash and can't seem to.
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ok so ive tried modifying the desc.txt and running it with the 400x800 .png's. and that didnt work. So I used the modified desc.txt file with all the .png's resized to 320x480 and still a no go. All Im getting is a black screen with this one. I did the zip with no compression. Here's the desc.txt if anybody else wants to give it a go...I accidentally deleted all the .pngs resized to 320x480 but its fairly easy to do online if anybody else wants to give this a go...
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