This is for all variants of the Desire 601
Changing splash screen requires S-OFF
You flash these at your own risk
Changing the boot and shutdown animations can be done regardless of S-ON/S-OFF but the transition from splash to animation (and back when rebooting) is better when using the included splash screen (or a similar custom dark splash screen).
For some reason, when I load AOKP from moboot, I get two splash screens, one with the unicorn, and then the wide lime green cyanogenmod splash screen with the play triangle. This is before the boot animation. In my /boot, the only splash file I have is moboot.splash.AOKP.tga. Would anyone have any explanation on why this would be? Is the splash built into the rom? Are others able to reproduce?
What's up, guys! I am proud to present you a bundle of one cool boot animation and one splash screen (the image that appears when you turn on your device) for your beloved HTC EVO 3D. Whether it is the GSM or CDMA variant, you will still be able to run them.
What is Maxell Audio?
Maxell Audio, as I want to call it, is a simple, yet inspiring and unique boot animation.
The boot splash screen and animation is something you hopefully don’t see all that often throughout your day, but it’s always nice to customize it if you can. The Moto X actually has one of the better boot animations around, but if you want to change the image in the splash screen (just before the animation), it’s not all that hard.
Noob @ all things ROM
I did full root etc and started using ROMS.
I have used those which allow custom boot animation.
However after 2 days of trawling google and trying to move bootanimation.zip still no luck on restart.
The only related files are the 2 .qmg files bootsamsung and bootsamsungloop in system/media
As well as bootanimation.zip in system/bin.
Can someone point me in t
Here are some custom boot splash screens that I created for my own enjoyment that I hope some other Chicago sports fans will enjoy.
These boot splash screens were made completely for my own enjoyment - I really don't give a **** if you don't like my teams...go somewhere else if you don't like Chicago (and NO...I WILL NOT MAKE A BOOT SPLASH FOR THE WHITE SOX!!!)
I'm working on a kiosk system with the root file system loaded into RAM. One of the requirements is that the boot process output should be completely hidden from the user. I've already managed to set up the system to display a black screen during boot and just the login prompt for a short time when rebooting.