I'm going to install the Tbolt boot animation quickly then, check where the sound is. That is, if it doesn't bootloop me.
Well, the boot animation didn't show at all so I'm assuming the thing was Froyo only. But...The sound is located in system/media. Same folder the boot animation is. So I'm guessing it really is on/off when it works.
Last edited by Byakushiki; 08-26-2011 at 02:24 PM.
Here's how to get it working (with sound!) on a Droid2 Global:
1. Copy the Bionic.ogg and bootanimation.zip files to your SD card.
2. Using your favorite root capable file manager (RootExplorer, Total Commander, I used TC), copy the bootanimation.zip to /data/local (this allows you to keep the stock boot animation, allowing you to unroot/accept updates/whatever)
3. Copy the Bionic.ogg file to /system/media/audio/notifications
4. Reboot and enjoy the sights and sounds!
I have a feeling it is something to with my rom that has something disabled because the default boot animation doesn't have sound either
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Got it to work.
This is how.
Saved to SD Card
Using Root Explorer
Copy boot .zip
Go to system/media
Hit mount button up top to rename current boot
Rename current boot .bak ending
Paste copied boot .zip
Next is the sound.
Copy .ogg file from SD
Move to system/media/audio/notifications
My phone doesn't play nice with the boot sound for some reason, so I'll just use the soundless animation. It'll be less conspicuous that way if my phone decides to reboot randomly for some reason.
File expert also does the job, but it can be a bit on and off when it wants to work. Has a tendency to FC if your sd is crammed.