Changing Boot Animation from Liberty.

Discussion in 'Liberty ROM D2' started by Aranos, Mar 20, 2011.

  1. Aranos

    Aranos New Member

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    Hi everyone,
    This is my first post here and I am in need of assistance. I have a rooted Droid 2 that was formerly running the Liberty 1.5 Rom. The problem arose when recently my lock/power button stopped working. In order to have it be covered under warranty, I needed to return my phone to stock. I originally tried restoring it to my previous state.
    That worked except for 1 issue. My phone still has the Boot animation from the liberty ROM. I've tried just about everything I've read so far. First of all, I tried reinstalling liberty. I've done this a few times. When I try this the phone hangs after the liberty boot animation and wont go any farther. I have to flash it with an sbf each time to get it working again.
    I also tried pushing a downloaded version of the bootanimation.zip to the /system/Media folder to no avail. I found a file in the /system/bin file with the name bootanimation, and I moved it. The phone no longer has the liberty boot animation, but it doesn't have any boot animation at all. I've tried replacing the file in the /system/bin folder with the bootanimation.zip that I acquired that is the original stock droid 2 boot animation. No luck, I still have no boot animation.
    If anyone can help me with this I would appreciate it. I really need a phone and right now I cant connect to Verizon's network because it lost the network information when flashing the sbf file.
     
  2. bassdj

    bassdj SliceThemez Theme Creator Theme Developer Premium Member

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    use the jrummy app bootlogo changer in the market. it has the droid 2 boot logo
     
  3. DroidMakesPwn

    DroidMakesPwn Member

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    If this is still not resolved I'm pretty sure you use root explorer and change the bootanimation.zip folder which is located in the /data/local folder. That worked for me.

    Sent from my Liberated&Honeycombed D2
     
  4. knivesout

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    Here's the stock D2 boot animation. I needed it too since my camera isn't working so I'm taking it to Verizon. Found it with a quick search, it was on these forums. Works fine, just move to Data/Local in Root Explorer.
     
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    Is there a way besides using root explorer??? Like a free app?
     
  6. DroidMakesPwn

    DroidMakesPwn Member

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    Liberty toolbox. I don't think you need liberty to use that portion of the app.its in the market

    Sent from my Liberated&Honeycombed D2
     
  7. knivesout

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    Liberty Toolbox just changes the boot logo, not the animation.
     
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    If you have your own animation you can have liberty toolbox place it in the correct folder for you...
     
  9. 214ron

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    How do I let the Liberty Toolbox do it for me
     
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