[Edit to completely rewrite] Liberty GB 0.5 So I was looking around some forum and found a droid x bootanimation with sound. I pushed the mp3 file (maybe the bootanimation.zip navigated to the .mp3? I don't want that bootanimation though) and it doesn't appear to have done anything. So I tried some other methods: In terminal emulator... I ran allinone under boot properties I found a boot sound enabler. It says it enables bootup.ogg from system/media/audio or something. Whatever it was...I pulled the droid.ogg Renamed it to bootup.ogg and pushed it to the correct area. Rebooting doesn't appear to give me any sound. Sad day. Any idea what I'm doing wrong? I then found some bootanimation file that supposedly links your Droid X to play a boot sound. I pushed that after making a hasty backup of the original. Then realized the file wasn't for gingerbread...and repushed the original back (I think I may have deleted the original and pushed the same file back again). After this step I have no bootanimation. Does anyone have the stock bootanimation file from system/bin and can you upload? Since my bootanimation is broken...this last try may be a futile attempt. But just now I used this http://www.droidxforums.com/forum/dr...tml#post266035 as a reference Unzipped the default liberty bootanimation.zip and edited desc.txt by adding a "s droid.ogg" line. Rezipped (the proper way without compression). No go. Then used liberty toolbox to try and flash the original liberty bootanimation.zip back (in case jrummy is using some method I'm not, rather than pushing it there myself) and I'm still without a bootanimation. I'm sure I can fix the missing bootanimation eventually... But the bootanimation file from system/bin would be nice if you have it handy. Or if you know what else I can do to restore it. But mainly...any idea how to get sound working?! I'm going to bed at the moment...too tired and I work tonight. Thanks in advance! P.S. I know there is an SD notification that many are confusing with the bootup sound. This just seems to be an alternative that should keep the "drrrooooiiid" sound as default...if my thinking is correct.