You can mount the system directory as writeable and away you go.
Its how I install custom bootanimations.
I keep a whole bunch on my sd card and switch them out periodically depending on my mood.
Btw, that looks like an altered Nexus One boot animation, looks nice
Last edited by Bilgediver; 11-29-2010 at 10:50 AM.
Assuming you are using Estrongs (ES) File Explorer, AND you have Root user access:
Settings > Root Options
You get two options with a check box on each:
-Mount File System
Once you check Root Explorer, a popup asks you CM or HiAPK. I left it on HiAPK (CM causes me to crash), and now Mount File System becomes ungray. Once I checked Mount File System, I had to obtain Superuser Permissions
Now once you're back in the ES File Explorer, in the top left you can either have a "RAM" icon picture or an "SD Card" picture. use that to switch back and forth between system and SD Card, but now in System mode you can actually see and edit files around (but be careful).
I keep having issues and I'm not sure its related to me mounting the file system directory or not, but periodically I go back into ES File Explorer and it keeps telling me SD Card not mounted or present.
Annoying, but all I do is clear data in Applications Settings, and I can use it again.