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8th October 2017, 06:13 AM |#21  
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Cool, it's available a 60fps version? *.*
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Update: Really thanks, I appreciate your work, I like that game

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10th November 2017, 12:55 PM |#22  
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What did you have for a default? What screen resolution?

I am use Xperia z5 bro
11th November 2017, 01:20 AM |#23  
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I am use Xperia z5 bro

https://forum.xda-developers.com/cro...rias-t3205113/

That won't work?
11th November 2017, 04:10 PM |#24  
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Will this work on my lenovo zuk z2 plus ??
14th February 2018, 07:34 AM |#25  
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Hey bro awesome boot animation! Can you port it for my Micromax canvas spark q380 which is having a 540×960 resolution? Pls bro.
11th March 2018, 01:21 PM |#26  
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Can you flash with Odin or use twrp?
11th March 2018, 05:08 PM |#27  
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Not working with zuk 2 plus , tried both 30 and 60fps full hd.
23rd March 2018, 04:45 AM |#28  
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So many tries with 1440p version...
Nexus 6P, flashed from TWRP...not working. Put it Manually...not working. Only appears the bootlogo from google and nothing else.

Installed manually the 720p version...worked but it look awful xd

Anything to do with this issue bruh?
3rd April 2018, 10:45 AM |#29  
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Its not working!
It doesn't work on my honor 6x bln-l22!
It just plays the stock boot animation!
Plz help me
I'll be very grateful to u!
3rd April 2018, 04:52 PM |#30  
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I've made an N5/1080p version and put it here:
https://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...30&postcount=3

The problem with the N5, and many 1080p devices, is the image size and the number of files in a given folder.

1. For 1080p, I target image sizes not-to-exceed 720x1280 (vertical) or 1080x768 (horizontal); if I don't, the device will lock up, or the animation will crash or behave oddly. Full-screen animations are always 720x1280, scaled in the desc.txt to 1080x1920.

2. Keep the total number of images per folder to 199 or less for non-looping, and 99 or less for a loop; anything more in either case will freeze the device during load.

I used the 720p animation frames, and scaled them up to 1080x1920 in the desc.txt.

Since the 60 FPS animation's first folder (with 323 frames) isn't looped, I split the contents into two folders (part0 and part1), renaming the original part1 to part2. I adjusted the desc.txt accordingly.

Let me know if there are any issues.

Thank you for putting beautiful animations on Android.

Hey Androcraze, may I use this with a Google Pixel? N5 resolution is pretty much the same as the Pixel according to what I read.
4th April 2018, 01:49 AM |#31  
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Hey Androcraze, may I use this with a Google Pixel? N5 resolution is pretty much the same as the Pixel according to what I read.

All of the 1080p/N5-designated animations in the linked post, as well as all of the animations in the rest of the thread (posts 1 & 2) should work fine for 1080p devices. Some of the animations are designed for 7.1+ (and are noted as such), but your Pixel should be there already.
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