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August 3, 2011
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Nexus S Boot Animation by chrisringeisen Nexus S Boot Animation by chrisringeisen
**You will need a rooted device and a root file managment system and a method to tranfer the .zip to your device.

Inside the .zip (that's inside the .zip) there are two parts, one that is the intro to the animation (not seen in the .gif)
and the other is the part that repeats until your device is loaded. You do not extract the second .zip. This is for your information.

To install, place the boot animation .zip inside /system/media on your android device and replace
the existing .zip pckage.


Mod at you r own risk.
The images are directly extracted out of my own Nesus S phone. There is no guarantee it will work any other device, there's no reason to think it wouldn't either. Depending on screen size you may need to crop/expand the graphics inside the second .zip to optimize the animation for your device.

++Original size of graphic is 512x256 pixels.++

If you used this on your phone let me know if it works, and if your bootanimation .zip is located somewhere else on your device as I suspect it might change.

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Can you tell me if this animation is 105 frames or what?
I'm thinking about using it for my Windows boot screen, please help me if you can :)
osmanerol Dec 27, 2011  Student Interface Designer
AHA! I have successfully rooted my phone and installed that :D thank you for posting this file looks great on my phone
So...even if the animation doesnt work, it will still boot? (LG Optimus S)
chrisringeisen Aug 5, 2011  Student Interface Designer
I don't see why not.
then again...idk if my phone insurance covers failed rooting attempts :(
chrisringeisen Aug 7, 2011  Student Interface Designer
It will void warranty. As long as you don't brick your phone you can always re flash the stock ROM and recovery console and then OEM lock it again. A lot of phone techs won't notice even if you don't change back the recovery system or if you were using a custom kernel. But yes, warranty is voided (if they notice).
chrisringeisen Aug 4, 2011  Student Interface Designer
SO what did it do before? Just show "Google" then your lockscreen?
TheROFLrocket Aug 3, 2011  Student Writer
Dang, this is cool. This is from a Nexus phone?
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