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MikeTgT33

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Since the new Os9.0.2 I'm not able to flash bootanimation on recovery. Always failed installation
 

pankspoo

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Since the new Os9.0.2 I'm not able to flash bootanimation on recovery. Always failed installation

U don't have to flash it via recovery. Just use any root explorer or use mi xplorer then copy bootanimation.zip from given. Links as u wish. Then go to root>system >media and there u have to paste that bootanimation.zip and convert permission to 644 and reboot
 

BirouCosmin

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Do I need to overwrite the bootanimation zip and then to check the properties because it won't let me modify the pernissions.
 
Hey are you reading this on a Samsung device wishing you could use .zips rather than .qmg?
Well your wish came true, LOL. A Magisk Module I came across. I have no idea why it's not on the official Magisk Module list or why it is not more known. Because it works beautifully on my N970U Galaxy Note 10 and it works on any Samsung device rooted with Magisk.
I can even use bootanimation changing app in the Play Store finally

 

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Ulises31

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U don't have to flash it via recovery. Just use any root explorer or use mi xplorer then copy bootanimation.zip from given. Links as u wish. Then go to root>system >media and there u have to paste that bootanimation.zip and convert permission to 644 and reboot

Just to say in OOS 11 the bootanimation.zip file is located in /system/product/media.

The procedure works as expected.
 
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