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SlimRoms Boot Animation

With so many Bootanimations it is often hard to remember all of the sources that I pulled them from, the largest source Developer that does simply incredible work and is simply known throughout the Android community for his work is JaeKarr99 which most of the Bootanimations that appear in this LiBRaRy KoLLecTioN are his, I have simply accepted the challenge of using a difficult themeing system and configured it the best I can to keep these Bootanimations in the best form possible. This was done through the guidance of xessus as his walkthroughs and many many countless hours of attempting this work is hopefully showing a positive. Other themers I will mention are Crakanug with the Black Ops II Bootanimation, CyanogenMod with CM, BKJolly, and the many others, if I fail to recognize I apologize it is not intentional nor out of disrespect, please forgive me.

SlimRoms Boot Animation


I also give credit to xessus for his instruction and guidance with the Samsung Theme Designer program and QMG Formatting. Also, a Special Thanks to JaeKar99 who is the "Original Bootanimation Designer" that created large portion of these bootanimations seen here, I have reformatted them for our viewing pleasure!

If you are hesitant to deleting this folder I suggest moving it to the audio folder just to preserve and keep it out of the way. Next, pick a bootanimation that you would like to try and download it, then manually extract it and move the QMG files into the system/media folder go ahead change the permissions to RW-R-R-T (I suggest the T as it is Sticky and the bootanimation runs smoother and more consistent, the T is available in the special permissions in Root Explorer.) Also, if it has been a while I also suggest going into the system/media/audio/ui and look for the PowerOn.ogg file I would suggest deleting this file or moving it to the sd card as it is the stock sound file and certainly running the bootsamsung.qmg file, you certainly do not want that interrupt the bootanimation play.

Excellent, it'll give me sometime to refresh the links. Apparently, Dropbox killed 45 of my links which I'm right now going through a frenzy trying to upload all those to mediafire, which this is the Shared folder that those links will be located within and all new Bootanimations going forward...

A new version of Android is out. It is Android 5.0 Lollipop which is the biggest update that Google has ever rolled out. It brings a brand new user interface often called as Material Design, new animations, better performance and new features that were absent on previous versions of Android.

Besides all those new features, CyanogenMod also brings extra settings which enhance the user experience. If you have been using this ROM on your phone for at least one time, you have noticed something during the boot animation process. It shows an Android man which is the iconic figure of CM. And it is present on CM12 too.

One incredibly important fact to keep in mind is that this process will almost always involve a wipe of your personal data. Unlocking the bootloader always results in a format of data.

With that in mind, it is imperative you follow the third step and make a backup before performing any changes to your device. If something goes wrong after you unlock the bootloader, there will be no way to get your phone back to the way it used to be. Instead, your phone will be set back to factory default like it was when you first turned it on.

The steps for unlocking the bootloader of your device will vary depending on the make and model of your smartphone or tablet. Some OEMs make the process incredibly easy, while others purposely make it difficult (or even impossible).

If you find other users are having trouble with the bootloader, it could be for a few reasons. It might be because the device is too new, so no one has figured out the process yet. It might also be that the bootloader is protected and difficult or impossible to unlock; Samsung is notorious for this.

It should be noted that with the installation of Build 7 if Google Now gets FC error on starting due to old data from the previous build, then uninstall Google Now. Reboot the Android device and install the Slim Gapps again.

SlimBean Build 7 is also available for first-generation Galaxy Notes (model number GT-N7000) running Android v4.1.2. As the developer notes, the custom firmware fixes the Bootanimation issue for the Note.

Step-10: When installation process is completed, go back to main recovery menu and reboot Galaxy Note by selecting reboot system now. The device will boot up into the customised SlimBean Build 7. The first boot will take about five minutes

Pixel Experience aims to turn your OnePlus 6T into a Google Pixel with nearly all of the related goodies as well. That means that you get a new boot animation, new sounds, icons, wallpapers, a new launcher, and even features like always listening music detection. saksham_033 maintains this unofficial build of Pixel Experience for the OnePlus 6T.

BootleggersROM follows very much in the footsteps of both Resurrection Remix and Liquid Remix in that it has features from loads of different ROMs. On top of that, it features a wide range of customization options for the boot animation, sounds, fonts, and themes. It's based on AOSP, just like most other ROMS in this post. You can check out the main features below.

How to restore: If you want to return to previous OS on your SGS2, boot into recovery, select backup and restore then restore your previous ROM by selecting it from the list.

Step 4: Power off the phone and wait for vibration (about 5-6 seconds) to confirm complete device shutdown. Now boot the phone into Download Mode by pressing and holding Volume Down, Home and Power button together until a construction Android robot icon with a triangle appears on screen. Then hit Volume Up button to enter Download Mode.

Step 8: In Odin, enable Auto Reboot and F. Reset Time options by selecting the checkboxes. But, the Re-Partition checkbox must be selected, only if a .pit file was chosen in the previous step in ODIN.

Step 10: Once the firmware installation is complete, the phone will reboot automatically and soon a PASS message with green background appears in the left-most box at the very top of Odin. Now it is safe to disconnect the USB cable to remove the device from computer.

If the device gets stuck at boot animation or Samsung logo after Step 10, then go to recovery mode (press and hold the Volume Up, Home and Power buttons together) and perform Wipe data/Factory Reset as well as Wipe Cache Partition before tapping reboot system now.

PixelExperience is an AOSP based ROM, with Google apps included and all Pixel goodies (launcher, wallpapers, icons, fonts, boot animation). Our mission is to offer the maximum possible stability and security, along with essential and useful features for the proper functioning of the device.

If your device is unable to boot, it may be infected with malware or viruses. Malware can seriously affect the speed of an android device, especially if it is not clean. All Android phones come with a policy that prevents you from installing apps from unknown sources, although you can choose to disable this policy. Another common cause of slow boot time is improper software updates. You should perform a complete check of your device before attempting to install software.

The first thing you need to do when you want to speed up your Android boot time is to uninstall applications that are not in use. This is the most critical step that eats up the majority of your boot time. If you want to make your Android boot time as fast as possible, you should also make sure that you have enough memory available. Luckily, there are many ways to improve the memory of your Android device.

Another way to improve boot time is to modify the Android OS. The android operating system has specific tasks that it must perform before it displays the home screen. Modifying these processes will allow your device to boot faster. The lucky patcher app can help you do this. Basically, it creates a modified apk that you can install on your device. Then, you can select which custom patches you want to apply and install them through the TWRP recovery.

One of the most frequent complaints among Android users is that their phones take forever to boot. But the good news is that you can speed up the boot time of your phone. By clearing up unused applications, optimizing storage and memory management, and cleaning the system cache, you can get your Android boot time down to 40 seconds. You may have to access the Developer Options on your device to perform some of these optimization tips, but the rest are pretty simple and can be done without the need for any technical knowledge.

Regardless of your device model, a good starting point is to understand how your phone boots. Which software module is taking the most time? You want to fix that first. You also want to avoid reading images from storage as this is a large part of the boot time. Start critical applications early, and only initialize the modules required to start them. If possible, minimize the initialization of other software modules. While these may sound like a lot of work, they are crucial to the overall speed of your system.

Hey together! There have been some silent from my side, i spend a lot of time looking into android 7 for tab2 and tuna with success. It took some days until i got one major bug fixed: the device rebooted once it connected to wifi. 350c69d7ab


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