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    HELLODROID bootanimaiton

    pulled from the motoroi rom and heavily modified

    enjoy


    for those who need install help

    in command prompt of the adb tools directory paste/type
    Code:
    adb push bootanimation.zip /data/local
    adb reboot
    or from terminal emulator (thanks woodyman)

    Code:
    su
    cp /sdcard/bootanimation.zip /data/local/bootanimation.zip
    reboot
    now bask in the glory of your new bootanimation, you hacker you

    if you dont like it, and want to hurt my feelings, run this to remove
    Code:
    adb shell
    rm /data/local/bootanimation.zip

    download: bootanimation.zip
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    do you happen to have a link to a tutorial on how to get to adb and all that fun stuff so that i may bask in your bootanimation glory?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kack View Post
    do you happen to have a link to a tutorial on how to get to adb and all that fun stuff so that i may bask in your bootanimation glory?
    here you go my friend


    Installing The Android SDK

    First you will need to download the Android SDK pack .zip archive, once downloaded find a suitable installation location on your machine and extract the zipped files.
    Please note: This installation location will be referred to as $SDK_ROOT from now on through this tutorial
    Alternatively you can add /tools to your root path which will prevent the need to specify the full path to the tools directory along with enabling you to run Android Debug Bridge (adb) along with other command line tools.
    To add /tools:

    Linux

    1. Edit the ~/.bash_profile or ~/.bashrc files looking for a line that sets the PATH variable.
    2. Add the full path location to your $SDK_ROOT/tools location for the PATH variable.
    3. If no PATH line exists you can add the line by typing the following:
    4. export PATH=${PATH}:<path to your $SDK_ROOT/tools>

    Mac OS X

    1. In the home directory locate the .bash_profile and locating the PATH variable add the location to your $SDK_ROOT/tools folder.

    Windows XP / Vista

    1. Right click on the My Computer icon and select the properties tab.
    2. Select the Advanced tab and click the Environment Variables button.
    3. In the new dialog box dowble-click on Path (located under System Variables) and type in the full path location to the tools directory.

    via: http://www.talkandroid.com/android-sdk-install-guide/
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    thank you so much!

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    ok ive been at it for about an hour and a half dl'd read followed and installed drivers still not working just lost!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kack View Post
    ok ive been at it for about an hour and a half dl'd read followed and installed drivers still not working just lost!
    so what part are you stuck on?

    try this guide: [HOW-TO] ADB for Dummies(How-To Learner's Guide) - xda-developers

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    heres an easier way to flash boot animations..
    this is done from terminal emulator on your droid..

    su
    cp /sdcard/bootanimation.zip /data/local/bootanimation.zip
    reboot

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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyman View Post
    heres an easier way to flash boot animations..
    this is done from terminal emulator on your droid..

    su
    cp /sdcard/bootanimation.zip /data/local/bootanimation.zip
    reboot

    +1

    I'm sure at some point I'll need ADB but sometimes the "harder" way really is way easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by christim View Post
    Quote Originally Posted by woodyman View Post
    heres an easier way to flash boot animations..
    this is done from terminal emulator on your droid..

    su
    cp /sdcard/bootanimation.zip /data/local/bootanimation.zip
    reboot

    +1

    I'm sure at some point I'll need ADB but sometimes the "harder" way really is way easier

    .
    yes ADB takes awhile to understand, it took me about a day to set it up to actually run, and about another day or two before i actually understood how it worked.. then another daybefore i actually got it to work, lol, but after that its very simple..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kack View Post
    do you happen to have a link to a tutorial on how to get to adb and all that fun stuff so that i may bask in your bootanimation glory?
    hey just use root explorer from the android market just put it on your sdcard as bootanimation.zip then open up root explorer click on your sdcard find the bootanimation.zip file then long press until the options popup then select copy after that hit you back button scroll up to the data folder and click on it then scroll down to the local folder click the local folder then click the paste button and your done when you reboot you will have your new bootanimation enjoy this one looks great!!
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