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By yaaria, Junior Member on 13th January 2020, 09:24 PM
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Hello,
Here is a quick guide on how to replace the boot animation and system font on oos 10.0 (Android Q).
ROOT is required.

Boot animation:
1. Download the attached zip and extract it.
2. Download a custom boot animation of your choice (XDA Boot animations collection).
3. Rename the downloaded boot animation file to "bootanimation.zip" and copy it to "BootAndFont > system > media > bootanimation.zip".

You can skip now if you don't want custom font.
If you don't want to change Fonts, just delete the "fonts" directory.

4. Download custom fonts of your choice.
5. Rename the fonts to their relatives in the "BootAndFont > system > fonts " directory.
6. After everything is in place, using root explorer (such as ES File Explorer) move both "BootAndFont" and "module.prop" into the device to the following location
"/data/adb/modules/"
(You can see the final result in the attached images.)
7. Go to Magisk, refresh the modules and make sure that the new module is now on the last.

Reboot the device and everything should work!

*Tested on OP7T, Should work on every OOS 10.
*Current Font is Germania-one, you can leave it as-is if you want.

Feel free to ask questions.
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16th January 2020, 04:36 AM |#2  
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Originally Posted by yaaria

Hello,
Here is a quick guide on how to replace the boot animation and system font on oos 10.0 (Android Q).
ROOT is required.

Boot animation:
1. Download the attached zip and extract it.
2. Download a custom boot animation of your choice (XDA Boot animations collection).
3. Rename the downloaded boot animation file to "bootanimation.zip" and copy it to "BootAndFont > system > media > bootanimation.zip".

You can skip now if you don't want custom font.
If you don't want to change Fonts, just delete the "fonts" directory.

4. Download custom fonts of your choice.
5. Rename the fonts to their relatives in the "BootAndFont > system > fonts " directory.
6. After everything is in place, using root explorer (such as ES File Explorer) move both "BootAndFont.zip" and "module.prop" into the device to the following location
"/data/adb/modules/"
(You can see the final result in the attached images.)
7. Go to Magisk, refresh the modules and make sure that the new module is now on the last.

Reboot the device and everything should work!

*Tested on OP7T, Should work on every OOS 10.
*Current Font is Germania-one, you can leave it as-is if you want.

Feel free to ask questions.






Hey

Rename the fonts to their relatives in the "BootAndFont > system > fonts " directory.
6. After everything is in place, using root explorer (such as ES File Explorer) move both "BootAndFont.zip" and "module.prop" into the device to the following location
"/data/adb/modules/"
(You can see the final result in the attached images.)
7. Go to Magisk, refresh the modules and make sure that the new module is now on the last.


Too much confusion on this part like should i archive that bootandfont zip again after placing my font which i am trying to apply (rosemary and cooljazz)
And first i did and it happened how to to apply my custom font your...font is pre-applied after reboot? Can you please provide a video or something
16th January 2020, 07:52 AM |#3  
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Originally Posted by yaaria

Hello,
Here is a quick guide on how to replace the boot animation and system font on oos 10.0 (Android Q).
ROOT is required.

Boot animation:
1. Download the attached zip and extract it.
2. Download a custom boot animation of your choice (XDA Boot animations collection).
3. Rename the downloaded boot animation file to "bootanimation.zip" and copy it to "BootAndFont > system > media > bootanimation.zip".

You can skip now if you don't want custom font.
If you don't want to change Fonts, just delete the "fonts" directory.

4. Download custom fonts of your choice.
5. Rename the fonts to their relatives in the "BootAndFont > system > fonts " directory.
6. After everything is in place, using root explorer (such as ES File Explorer) move both "BootAndFont.zip" and "module.prop" into the device to the following location
"/data/adb/modules/"
(You can see the final result in the attached images.)
7. Go to Magisk, refresh the modules and make sure that the new module is now on the last.

Reboot the device and everything should work!

*Tested on OP7T, Should work on every OOS 10.
*Current Font is Germania-one, you can leave it as-is if you want.

Feel free to ask questions.

What happens if i have a separate font module? Will that get overwritten even if i delete the font folder?
16th January 2020, 08:33 AM |#4  
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Can confirm this works! I'm running OP7TP5G (TMobile) running the latest Magisk.

If anyone is unclear of the directions, once you bring the custom boot animation zip in the BootandFont folder, you have to just simply take the BootandFont folder and move it to the location OP mentions. Go into Magisk and confirm, once you are done reboot and you should have the new bootanimation (and or font)

This method is better than the other bootanimation thread on this forum as this does not require you to flash in Magisk nor worry about the permission write error you will get. Much appreciated it hella weird too because I was up all night trying to figure this out and then you come up with this guide 😂🙏🏾
16th January 2020, 09:01 AM |#5  
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What happens if i have a separate font module? Will that get overwritten even if i delete the font folder?

If you are removing the "fonts" folder, then it will not overwrite your current font.


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Can confirm this works! I'm running OP7TP5G (TMobile) running the latest Magisk.

If anyone is unclear of the directions, once you bring the custom boot animation zip in the BootandFont folder, you have to just simply take the BootandFont folder and move it to the location OP mentions. Go into Magisk and confirm, once you are done reboot and you should have the new bootanimation (and or font)

This method is better than the other bootanimation thread on this forum as this does not require you to flash in Magisk nor worry about the permission write error you will get. Much appreciated it hella weird too because I was up all night trying to figure this out and then you come up with this guide 🏾

Glad it was helpful
16th January 2020, 09:30 AM |#6  
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If you are removing the "fonts" folder, then it will not overwrite your current font.




Glad it was helpful

Nice. Worked fine. Didnt overwrite my font. Nice. Lol. Thanks man!
17th January 2020, 12:05 AM |#7  
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Rename the fonts to their relatives in the "BootAndFont > system > fonts " directory.
6. After everything is in place, using root explorer (such as ES File Explorer) move both "BootAndFont.zip" and "module.prop" into the device to the following location
"/data/adb/modules/"
(You can see the final result in the attached images.)
7. Go to Magisk, refresh the modules and make sure that the new module is now on the last.


Too much confusion on this part like should i archive that bootandfont zip again after placing my font which i am trying to apply (rosemary and cooljazz)
And first i did and it happened how to to apply my custom font your...font is pre-applied after reboot? Can you please provide a video or something

Hi,
You are correct, on part 6, I wrote by mistake to move the bootandfont.zip instead of moving the directory only.

To apply your custom font, first, you need to understand that in different scenarios different fonts are used.
for example when tinted or Bold.
if you have a tinted version of your font should replace it according to the font name.

if you have just 1 version of your font, you can duplicate your font file and rename the copies with every one of the "Roboto" file.

You can see in the attached photo that all of the files are the same. (They are all GermaniaOne that was renamed to what the system is looking for).

I hope it works for you, please contact me if you still have troubles
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17th January 2020, 04:28 AM |#8  
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Originally Posted by yaaria

Hi,
You are correct, on part 6, I wrote by mistake to move the bootandfont.zip instead of moving the directory only.

To apply your custom font, first, you need to understand that in different scenarios different fonts are used.
for example when tinted or Bold.
if you have a tinted version of your font should replace it according to the font name.

if you have just 1 version of your font, you can duplicate your font file and rename the copies with every one of the "Roboto" file.

You can see in the attached photo that all of the files are the same. (They are all GermaniaOne that was renamed to what the system is looking for).

I hope it works for you, please contact me if you still have troubles



Gotcha....Thanks alot bro...
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