[SUBSTRATUM] BootAnimation Collection (Want a custom one? Taking Requests.)

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anandmore

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1. ctOSv5 BootAnimation.
Credits : nin9
PREVIEW LINK
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2. Marvel-DC BootAnimation
Credits : christian taylor
PREVIEW LINK
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3. Pixel BootAnimation (Pixel/Pixel 2 - Black/White)
Credits - Rishi2906 & ZawZaw
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4. Assassin's Creed BootAnimation
Credits - Camotec
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5. Batman BootAnimation
Credits : christian taylor
PREVIEW LINK
DOWNLOAD LINK

6. Zelda BootAnimation
Credits :
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7. Heisenberg BootAnimation
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XDA:DevDB Information
Substratum BootAnimation Collection, Theme for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

Contributors
anandmore

Version Information
Status: Stable

Created 2017-12-05
Last Updated 2018-01-01
 
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anandmore

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can u turn this apk bootanimations to zip to be put in system/media/bootanimation.zip in any device ??
No need to provide seperate zip files, you can easily extract them from the apk. Here are the steps :
  • Download the apk file.
  • Download any root explorer of your choice.( I prefer ES File Explorer)
  • Navigate to the downloaded apk and long press it.
  • Under the 3 dot menu select extract to and extract the apk.
  • Now you will find the bootanimation.zip file in assets/bootanimation folder.
  • Now go to the root folder and navigate through system>media. Once there locate your current bootanimation.zip file
  • Long-press your current bootanimation.zip file, and click copy, as we'll want to have a backup just in case. Paste it wherever convenient for you OR simply change the extension from .zip to .bak
  • Once your new bootanimation.zip has been selected for moving, navigate back to system > media and paste it there. You'll have to overwrite your current animation zip, but that's fine since you have a backup in case something goes wrong. Go for it.
  • For many of you, the previous step will be the last step. But, if for any reason you're still stuck with you old animation, you can try aligning the permissions of your newly-copied bootanimation.zip file with the permissions in the system/media folder. In our case, those were rw-r-r. Just long-press your new bootanimation.zip file and click Permissions and change them until they fit. The logic behind these abbreviations goes like this: Owner - Group - Other. Read for 'r', Write for 'w', and Execute for 'x'. Save the changes and restart.
 

Kireto00

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No need to provide seperate zip files, you can easily extract them from the apk. Here are the steps :
  • Download the apk file.
  • Download any root explorer of your choice.( I prefer ES File Explorer)
  • Navigate to the downloaded apk and long press it.
  • Under the 3 dot menu select extract to and extract the apk.
  • Now you will find the bootanimation.zip file in assets/bootanimation folder.
  • Now go to the root folder and navigate through system>media. Once there locate your current bootanimation.zip file
  • Long-press your current bootanimation.zip file, and click copy, as we'll want to have a backup just in case. Paste it wherever convenient for you OR simply change the extension from .zip to .bak
  • Once your new bootanimation.zip has been selected for moving, navigate back to system > media and paste it there. You'll have to overwrite your current animation zip, but that's fine since you have a backup in case something goes wrong. Go for it.
  • For many of you, the previous step will be the last step. But, if for any reason you're still stuck with you old animation, you can try aligning the permissions of your newly-copied bootanimation.zip file with the permissions in the system/media folder. In our case, those were rw-r-r. Just long-press your new bootanimation.zip file and click Permissions and change them until they fit. The logic behind these abbreviations goes like this: Owner - Group - Other. Read for 'r', Write for 'w', and Execute for 'x'. Save the changes and restart.

Thx so much man :D:D
 

PriPhaze

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[*] For many of you, the previous step will be the last step. But, if for any reason you're still stuck with you old animation, you can try aligning the permissions of your newly-copied bootanimation.zip file with the permissions in the system/media folder. In our case, those were rw-r-r. Just long-press your new bootanimation.zip file and click Permissions and change them until they fit. The logic behind these abbreviations goes like this: Owner - Group - Other. Read for 'r', Write for 'w', and Execute for 'x'. Save the changes and restart.[/LIST]

Dunno what im doing wrong but even setting the permissions for the zip file is not working in CRDroid.. i haven't tried any other rom tho.

Well to be honest it actually changed but to something completely stock?... dunno how to call it but it just says "Android" and it lights up a bit , doesn't say crdroid anymore but i also didn't get the watchdog boot animation i wanted.

EDIT: Lol my bad was missing a letter faceplam~ , ok now ... is there a way to make it use the whole screen? Right now it doesn't . Thanks in advance
 
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anandmore

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Dunno what im doing wrong but even setting the permissions for the zip file is not working in CRDroid.. i haven't tried any other rom tho.

Well to be honest it actually changed but to something completely stock?... dunno how to call it but it just says "Android" and it lights up a bit , doesn't say crdroid anymore but i also didn't get the watchdog boot animation i wanted.

EDIT: Lol my bad was missing a letter faceplam~ , ok now ... is there a way to make it use the whole screen? Right now it doesn't . Thanks in advance

What rom? What device? Can you try using the apk and substratum theme engine?
 

PriPhaze

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OnePlus 7 Pro
What rom? What device? Can you try using the apk and substratum theme engine?

Well the redmi note 4 of course and i said CRDroid on my comment. Maybe there is something bad related with the rom there cuz i always had trouble to change the bootanimation on crdroid...
I did it manually and only that way it worked but it looks weird since it doesn't take the whole screen , then i took a look to the images inside the boot animation zip and i can see they are 768 x 1280px.
So i was gonna extract the images and increase their size to Full HD Res with photoshop and batch processing, but do you think it will work? should i change the desc tex file too?
Because it has the 768 x 1280px written there too and there a "30" next to it ( which i guess is the frames per second for the boot animation? lol).

Thanks in advance
 

anandmore

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Well the redmi note 4 of course and i said CRDroid on my comment. Maybe there is something bad related with the rom there cuz i always had trouble to change the bootanimation on crdroid...
I did it manually and only that way it worked but it looks weird since it doesn't take the whole screen , then i took a look to the images inside the boot animation zip and i can see they are 768 x 1280px.
So i was gonna extract the images and increase their size to Full HD Res with photoshop and batch processing, but do you think it will work? should i change the desc tex file too?
Because it has the 768 x 1280px written there too and there a "30" next to it ( which i guess is the frames per second for the boot animation? lol).

Thanks in advance

Use this to resize and let me know if it works.
 
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    1. ctOSv5 BootAnimation.
    Credits : nin9
    PREVIEW LINK
    DOWNLOAD LINK

    2. Marvel-DC BootAnimation
    Credits : christian taylor
    PREVIEW LINK
    DOWNLOAD LINK

    3. Pixel BootAnimation (Pixel/Pixel 2 - Black/White)
    Credits - Rishi2906 & ZawZaw
    PREVIEW LINK
    DOWNLOAD LINK

    4. Assassin's Creed BootAnimation
    Credits - Camotec
    PREVIEW LINK
    DOWNLOAD LINK

    5. Batman BootAnimation
    Credits : christian taylor
    PREVIEW LINK
    DOWNLOAD LINK

    6. Zelda BootAnimation
    Credits :
    PREVIEW LINK
    DOWNLOAD LINK

    7. Heisenberg BootAnimation
    Credits :
    PREVIEW LINK
    DOWNLOAD LINK


    XDA:DevDB Information
    Substratum BootAnimation Collection, Theme for the Xiaomi Redmi Note 4

    Contributors
    anandmore

    Version Information
    Status: Stable

    Created 2017-12-05
    Last Updated 2018-01-01
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    can u turn this apk bootanimations to zip to be put in system/media/bootanimation.zip in any device ??
    No need to provide seperate zip files, you can easily extract them from the apk. Here are the steps :
    • Download the apk file.
    • Download any root explorer of your choice.( I prefer ES File Explorer)
    • Navigate to the downloaded apk and long press it.
    • Under the 3 dot menu select extract to and extract the apk.
    • Now you will find the bootanimation.zip file in assets/bootanimation folder.
    • Now go to the root folder and navigate through system>media. Once there locate your current bootanimation.zip file
    • Long-press your current bootanimation.zip file, and click copy, as we'll want to have a backup just in case. Paste it wherever convenient for you OR simply change the extension from .zip to .bak
    • Once your new bootanimation.zip has been selected for moving, navigate back to system > media and paste it there. You'll have to overwrite your current animation zip, but that's fine since you have a backup in case something goes wrong. Go for it.
    • For many of you, the previous step will be the last step. But, if for any reason you're still stuck with you old animation, you can try aligning the permissions of your newly-copied bootanimation.zip file with the permissions in the system/media folder. In our case, those were rw-r-r. Just long-press your new bootanimation.zip file and click Permissions and change them until they fit. The logic behind these abbreviations goes like this: Owner - Group - Other. Read for 'r', Write for 'w', and Execute for 'x'. Save the changes and restart.
    3
    Thread updated. Changes :
    -Added Heisenberg BootAnimation.
    -Also i didn't realize this thread got featured on xda portal. :p

    Edit : Happy New Year 2K18!
    3
    Google Product Sans.

    So guys, I just made a substratum theme for the Product Sans 2 font (pixel 2 stock font). I am attaching it if anyone wants to use.

    DOWNLOAD:
    Apk File(Nougat)
    Flashable Zip(Oreo)

    Note: Substratum doesn't support fonts on oreo yet so this will work on nougat only.
    Edit: I have linked the flashable zip for the font in case anyone wants to use on oreo.
    2
    Thread updated. Changes :
    -Added Marvel-DC and Pixel BootAnimation.
    -Moved downloads to xda-devdb.


    Add Google+OnePlus bootanumation from Vector substratum theme
    If the developer gives permission then sure.
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