What picture used in the bootloader?
Yes, if you know which folder the splash screen image is stored in on your device, you can copy the image. Where that image is stored is different from one device to the next, there is no "standard" storage location.
Apparently with the sm-900fd its hard cause its actually in the bootloader and I'm not gonna run a brick risk just for a splash screen.....oh wellYes, if you know which folder the splash screen image is stored in on your device, you can copy the image. Where that image is stored is different from one device to the next, there is no "standard" storage location.
Find out which folder the splash is stored in on your device, then use root permissions to naigate to that folder and copy the image.
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Fellow Essential user here. Boot animation was nice. I'm going to start looking into boot animations now. Recently changed the splash screen, so now the animation is nextSo I'm learning to make animations and found this thread and decided to make my first personal bootanimation. Needless to say, this method worked without a hitch on my essential ph1 running latest Android P build. The bootanimation is all 1440x2960 and very long, so it may not keep perfect frames depending on your device. I put my brand name in it, but if you want just the animations you can open it up and just delete the png's with the text "stryver". It should still work. I'll be making many more and sharing them when I do. Thanks for the info OP!
Thank you! I've done more since then, I think I'm gonna start making some more again now that I'm getting better with this animation program.
#This guide assumes that you are windows user and have - 1- 7 zip or winrar installed 2- a image editing software (for ex-photoshop) #
"part0" "part1" "part2"
As you can see in the image #1-it is the resolution of the bootanimation(you should basically use your device's resolution for ex - in the pic it is 320X480) #2-it is the fps(frames per second) of your bootanimation [higher the no. faster will your bootanimation play [B]a standard fps should be 30[/B]] #3-these are the folders which contain images for your bootanimation #4-it is a pointer to tell it to look at new commands #5-specifies the no. of times this section of bootanimation will play ( 0 means infinite) #6-defines pause in seconds before repeating or moving on next line (o means no pause 10 means 10 sec pause)
[B][COLOR="Blue"] 1080 240 24 p 1 60 part0 c 1 0 part1 c 0 0 part2 c means that the entire part of the animation (eg part2) will be played even if bootup completes.[/COLOR][/B]
[B]change[/B] the 1080 240 with the resolution you are using