Well have you been searching for a way that you can easily make your own boot animation successfully? well if you have Root, you are in great luck today. As you are on the best place on the internet to learn so.
To make a boot animation on your own you actually must know the very basics of mother android’s Boot Animations.
So lets learn a few basic things.
What is a Boot Animation ?
In the simplest words, boot animations are the animated clip you see while you switch on your device. By default its the company name that is displayed as a boot animation. If you have a Sony xperia, you will see a xperia logo with some more animations. If you have a Samsung galaxy, you will see the Samsung animation clip while turning your device on. and so on… This video clip is called boot animation.
Every device has boot animation. Remember the old days when you switched on a nokia handset and it shows two shaking hands? Thats also a boot animation. When you install a new custom rom, you can see custom boot animations! The better part is this that the boot animations can be changed according to your wish and you can download and install your desired boot animation!
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- A note on resolution: Most high-end Android devices with large screens have a resolution of 480 x 800 pixels, and are referred to as HDPI. Some mid-range devices have a resolution of 320 x 480 pixels and are called MDPI.
- Lastly, the screen resolution of some low-end devices is 340 x 320 pixels and these are called LDPI, though these are either the really old Android phones or the cheapest Chinese models.
- As a rule, a boot animation made for a lower resolution device will run fine on a high resolution one but it will be centered on the screen, with the extra screen space around it not being used.
- Using a high resolution boot animation on a low resolution device will result in the boot animation not fully displaying on the screen, with its outer parts being cut off due to being outside the screen’s bounds.
Why Do you Need to change your Boot Animation ?
It feels boring to view the same old animation- provided by your phones manufacturer- when booting your phone, isn’t it? I used to hate mine, until I found out a new trick that gives you the power to choose the animation that appears on the boot screen. This new animation you chose does not come with your phone; you create it, and customize to make sure that you enjoy looking at your phone’s boot screen.
You don’t need much to prepare your own custom animation. A photo editing app like adobe Photoshop is the most important of these tools. It is the one you will use to create a custom image to use in your boot animation. A text editor is also essential, but you can choose any that you love provided it serves its function. A winRAR is also needed, to produce a zip-file of the boot animation you create, so that you are able to put it in your android phone. If you have all these ready, let’s get down to business creating that desired boot animation.
If you Don’t know any image processing software like photoshop, don’t worry you are in luck we have some pre made awesome boot animations here with us. You can just download the files and install them in a second using the below steps.
Dwonload pre built Boot Animations
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After downloading the files you can follow the below steps or if you want to create your own then also follow the steps now.
Steps to Create and implement your Boot Animation on Android
Folloe the simple steps to Create your own Boot Animation on Android (Rooted Devices)
- On your computer, create two folders; I named mine part0 and part1.
- On part0, put the image/images that you want to appear on the whole duration of the boot animation.
- In part1, put those images that you want to be repeated, the number of times you want in the animation. Please note that, for this process to work, the images on both folders must be in PNG or JPG formats.
- Using your text editor of choice, create an info.txt file. Write the following codes on it- 320 480 30 p 1 0 part0 p 0 0 part1
- The following should be the appearance of the info.txt file:
- In the first , 320 480 is your boot animation’s resolution. You can change it appropriately. The number 30 represents the speed at which the boot animation will be played. You can change the speed as you wish.
- The second line sets the properties for the folder paart0 you had created. The first number-1- is the duration that the images on that folder will be repeated, and in this case it is once. The next digit-0- is the delay between the chosen images, and in our case it is zero.
- The third line sets the properties of the folder part1. As the case in the previous folder, the first 0 is the number of times the images will be repeated, which in our case is infinite since zero represents an infinite loop. The second digit is the delay between the images, and in this case it is 0.
- After the above three lines, press the ENTER key, this will save the text file. This step is very important so you should not skip it.
- Now you should select all the three- part0, part1 and info.txt and zip them using the Store compression method. After zipping them, check if it has a thumbs.db file created. If this is the case, delete the file and zip it again.
- Download the Root Explorer from the market. You should now rename the zip file to bootanimation. Please do not include any spaces, then save it on the SD card.
- Proceed to open Root Explorer and copy this zip to /system/media.
- You can now comfortably reboot your phone.
If you followed these easy steps, you can now enjoy your new customized boot animation.
That was it guys. you just learnt how to Create your own Boot Animation on Android (Rooted Devices).