edited sapphire boot animation

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    here is an edited version of the new sapphire boot animation. and at the end the spinning gem repeats

    ps. i promise you the images in the boot animation are good quality, not like the preview gif I am showing in this post


    EDIT: got it to work now (I always forget to set the compression method to store....)


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    Not bad. Try it with the standard red droid eye with the transition to the sapphire.
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    here ya go :)

    the same boot animation above, but with the original droid 2 segment (red instead of blue)

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    Sweet!

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    Can you install this as an update.zip in spr or does it need to be done some other way?
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    Just pop the file as is into /data/local
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    Even better, thanks. :greendroid:
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    It's actually in System/Media...and I can't write to it with Astro and I don't want to pay for Root Explorer or Absolute System. :(
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    No, what I wrote works perfectly. You are not trying to overwrite the stock Sapphire boot animation. Pop the file as is into /data/local Android looks there FIRST for the file, if it is not there, then it looks in /system/media, if it doesn't fine it there it uses the default boot animation built into the system.
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    I dig that, bright and pretty
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    you can use adb to push it in data/local or there are also some programs available that will push it there for you.

    heres one:Font Flasher for Android Updated | xda-developers

    heres one thats specifically for boot animation and will let you preview it on your comp too:Boot Animation Preview Updated | xda-developers
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