I've made an N5/1080p version and put it here:
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.
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