Thanks and yep it works on the D1 as well. Awesome job oldschool71! Thanks again!
I found the bootanimation that was "optimized" for the D1... it seems smoother on my droid running at 1ghz...
All credit goes to the OP in that thread! This one does not include the sounds found in the one from Droid Life, you'll need both to get the r2 sounds and optimized for the D1...
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Worked great on my X. Thanks!
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You need to know what sound is in the desc.txt of your bootanimation.zip. Then that sound must be in the /system/media/ folder.
If there is no sound listed in the desc.txt, you'll get no boot sound.
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OK... so I'm trying to do this on a D1 running LitiumMod 1.0.12 Rom
I got the optimized bootanimation (removed the "star wars" and "droid" images) and installed it at /data/local.
The desc.txt file has no sound call in it (did put the ogg sound into /data/local as well)
Tried adding the "s d2_r2d2_pu.ogg" line, but it didn't work.
Followed the link to the cyanogen mod thread on how to enable sounds, but my rom doesn't have the files listed.
Ok... Here we go!
So, first download this file. extract the files on your PC and put on the SD card of your droid. There will be 2 folders.
1. the folder named bootanimation file contains the file to tell your Droid to actually play a sound during boot. Copy the file contained in the folder to the /data/bin/ folder. Click yes to replace the existing file.
2. Copy the contents of the bootanimation and sound folder to /system/media/. If you have a bootanimation already there, overwrite it. The really important part of the bootanimation is the desc.txt which contains the "s" call to tell the Droid what sound to play and when to do it.
If you follow those directions exactaly, you'll get boot sound.
If you update or change roms, you will need to do this again!!!!