Cool! Post it on dotos' telegram group.@Mr.Ak:
I made a boot animation for DotOS 2.1... I was inspired by Resurrection Remix Oreo ROM build Boot animation.
See if you like it. I think it goes well with the ROM:
Remember to back up your old bootanimation.zip in case you want to revert back.
I am getting following error while trying to flash this ROM - Error executing updater binary in zip 'Name of zip file'
I am currently using Carbon ROM 5.1.1 and have tried doing a clean flash to no avail. I'm trying to install build (29/01) using TWRP(2.7.x)
P.S. I tried re-installing my previous ROM(Carbon 5.1.1) and it works fine along with gapps package as well.
Thanks in advance!
I don't remember having this issue. A clean flash should prolly fix it. Sorry for late reply.@Mr.Ak I'm having a FC issue with the camera app when attempting to take a picture in landscape mode. I'm not sure if this is a known issue or not. I do recall reading that many ROMs have issues with the camera, specifically after dirty flashes. It is worth mentioning that I created a nandroid backup of this rom to flash another rom, fully wiped the other rom and restored my backup of this rom (not sure if this applies). To try to remedy this, I reflashed your rom over your rom and it has not solved the issue. If you (or others) do not experience this issue, I am positive I just need to fully wipe and flash the rom again. Here is a logcat which may help.
[SIZE="4"] /* * * Your warranty is now void. * We are not responsible for anything that may happen to your phone by installing any custom ROMs and/or kernels. * You do it at your own risk and take the responsibility upon yourself and you are not to blame us or XDA and its respected developers. * */[/SIZE]
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Linux, Windows or Mac USB cable for your device Android Device
Install your device driver for using adb. Everything you need will you find here Download adb executable for your OS (Download: Windows | Linux | Mac). Paste it somewhere. Connect your android device. Verify if "Settings > Developer options > USB debugging" is checked, if not, simply check it. Open a command prompt (windows) or terminal (linux / mac). How to do it: On Windows: windows + r > enter "cmd" (without quotes) > click enter | On Linux: You don't know how to open a terminal? LOL | On Mac: Type Terminal into Spotlight and open it CD to the directory where the adb executable is located. On Windows: Go to the directory where you downloaded the adb executable, Shift+Right Click and select "Open Console" (or similar) | On Linux / Mac: Rightclick in the directory and select "Open Terminal here" (or simply CD into the directory) Type in your cmd/terminal: adb devices to verify your device is properly connected. If your device is properly selected, type in adb logcat to show the mighty and magic logcat aka stacktrace. Reproduce your error (or whatever) on your device. Right after, paste the whole cmd / terminal window into a paste-service like [url]http://pastebin.com/[/url] and send it to us.