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Boot Animation Help

Discussion in 'Thunderbolt Hacks' started by The Stig 04, Sep 12, 2011.

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    hey guys i just recently flashed a DasBAMF rom and was wanting to change my boot animation. When i get to moving it and pasting it in root explore under system/media it says i can't paste this here cause the "file system is read only" does that mean this rom doesnt support a different boot animation?

    sorry if this doesnt make sense i kinda wrote this in a hurry.

    thanks in advance!
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    Usually the TBolt ROMs have the bootanimation in system/customize/resources, ...let me see if the DasBAMF is the same....also, you need to mount your system to R/W in order to paste that file in there, currently it is R/O

    EDIT:..okay I do see that they have their bootanim in system/media...so it is that you just need to mount your system to read/write
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    Forgive my noobness (if thats even a word) if i got into the system file it chages itself back to r/o. If i click on r/w it doesn't do anything. I'm guessing I am not able to change it then?
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    If you have Root Explorer then you should have no problem going into system, then mounting R/W at top, then going into media folder and pasting....not sure why it wouldn't for you??