Removing or replacing Bootanimation

This is a discussion on Removing or replacing Bootanimation within the Motorola Backflip Development & Hacking forums, part of the Motorola Backflip category; Originally Posted by sketch2k278 what is the screen resolution for the gif? im not too new when it comes to modifying phones..... i've been hooked ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketch2k278 View Post
    what is the screen resolution for the gif? im not too new when it comes to modifying phones..... i've been hooked on modding since i've modify my i930 (and i still miss that phone to this day lol) but i would like to know the exact steps in doing this and programs I would need so I wouldn't mess up.
    Well for starters, I used photoshop to edit the images. and the boot images actually have to be PNG. I only made the GIFs so people could see how they moved.

    Anyways, here is what I did, step by step.

    1. Used root explorer to locate framework-res.apk (system/framework/framework-res.apk) and copied it to my SD card.

    2. Copied the framework-res.apk to my PC where I opened it with 7zip (Download)

    3. Using 7zip i navigated to the \assets\images\ directory and selected the motoblur_000##.png images and dragged them into a new folder.

    4. I edited the images using adobe photoshop cs2. (each image is basically 1 frame of the animation; motoblur_00000.png-motoblur_00015.png are the motoblur screen and motoblur_00016.png-motoblur_00030.png are AT&T)

    Your edited images should be saved as PNG (if you added layers you will need to merge the layers to save as png) and be 320 pixels wide by 480 pixels high.

    5. Once your images are edited, simply go back to 7zip and drag & drop the newly edited files back into the apk. Close 7zip

    6. adb remount, then push the framework-res.apk file to system/framework/

    7. Reboot and enjoy your new boot screens.

    Thats exactly how I did it myself

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    Quote Originally Posted by smitty92 View Post
    ugh when i type in ./adb remount i get

    remount failed: Operation not permitted
    Did you ever install j_r0dd's unsecured boot image? if not you really should. it allows adb remount.
    I honestly cant remember how to do a remount without it haha

    http://modmymobile.com/forums/557-mo...-boot-img.html

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    sweet! it worked thanks

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    No problem! Glad you were able to get it all done!

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    Quote Originally Posted by sketch2k278 View Post
    what is the screen resolution for the gif? im not too new when it comes to modifying phones..... i've been hooked on modding since i've modify my i930 (and i still miss that phone to this day lol) but i would like to know the exact steps in doing this and programs I would need so I wouldn't mess up.
    They have to be 32 bit ,png images


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    I use APK Manager if anyone wants to try it out...
    Apk Manager 4.8 - Makes Modifying Ur Apk A Breeze (Windows/Linux) - xda-developers

    You just hit "pull apk", type in /system/framework/framework-res.apk, "extract apk", then browse in the folder and modify the files, I then use the optimize features, then zip apk and push apk.

    Whatever works best. This requires the unsecured boot.img for adb remount.

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    We need to start a new thread with tutorials on how to change the boot screens along with copies of all the ones people make to share with the rest of the community. Im sure it would probly be pretty popular if we could get a lot of people to contribute their work.

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    This is great!

    Question though, what does the default Android boot up screen look like?

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    Im not really sure if this is it or not but its the most common one Ive seen

    Name:  Dell-Mini-5-Android-Tablet-Concept-android-boot-screen.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beach_Head View Post
    This is great!

    Question though, what does the default Android boot up screen look like?
    If you delete the boot animation it will only leave a black screen, unlike (i think) 2.0+ devices that have the Android logo that kind of flashes.

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