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[Q] Startup sound for GT540 CM7!

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martin255

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Feb 2, 2011
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Kiskunhalas, Hungary
Hi XDA!

I would like to ask if there is a method(which really works) to set startup and maybe shutdown sounds for the LG GT540.

In the stock 2.1 I remember changing startup/shutdown sounds easily, I just replaced the sound files with another.

Or is there any script or any way to include sound in bootanimation.zip?

I can't believe that everything supports boot sounds, except Cyanogenmod7 :(

If you can help, please do it! :)
 
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pcfighter

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In 2.1 boot sound is loaded by program who is initiated by init.rc, you should to to edit boot, place "playmp3" program in place where is located in 2.1 and you can use the same path like in 2.1 system.
 
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pcfighter

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Really ? When you repack boot image it won't restart its contents.

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martin255

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Feb 2, 2011
478
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Kiskunhalas, Hungary
for playing startup sound need libaudioalsa.so because bin/playmp3 have link for this file.
Try use this files from P500 2.2/2.3 and edit the init.rc

Thanks, hope I can get it to work, but please help me a little bit more.

I'm downloading the system dump of the Optimus One, I assume the file will be there which I need.

Where do I need to put this libaudioalsa.so file?
Then where should I copy my .mp3 and what should be it's name?
What to edit in init.rc? :)
 

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    for playing startup sound need libaudioalsa.so because bin/playmp3 have link for this file.
    Try use this files from P500 2.2/2.3 and edit the init.rc
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    Really ? When you repack boot image it won't restart its contents.

    Sent from my LG GT540 Swift using Tapatalk

    You can mod the init.rc and pack it into a boot.img yes that works but you cant edit it using root explorer but i just remembered a work around i will post it after i get some sleep ;)

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