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    [Boot Animations] TF101 for Android 4.2 - BIOS style

    So, I was bored at work today. I love the TeamEOS 4 CRT style screen off animation as it is a bit retro, and I was thinking about the BIOS style boot animation from a Honeycomb ROM (PRIME! by Roach2010 if I recall) and I decided to cook up one of my own.

    First, I did one for the TeamEOS 4 (Android 4.2) for the TF101. Here is a preview video:



    The spot light continues to shine left and right in a loop until the boot completes.

    There are 4 versions of the TeamEOS 4 available:

    16 GB Regular (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/GDCmRrsy - Approximately 33 seconds until loop starts
    16 GB Short (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/ipSH5v2P - Approximately 22 seconds until loop starts
    32 GB Regular (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/RJfIKkhG - Approximately 33 seconds until loop starts
    32 GB Short (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/Gvt20bqV - Approximately 22 seconds until loop starts



    Then, I decided to make one of these for those running CyanogenMod 10.1 on the TF101:



    The light continues chasing inside the circle until boot finishes.

    16 GB (shows 16 GB internal memory): CyanogenMod 10.1 Boot animation for TF101 with BIOS style boot.

    CyanogenMod animation continues with the circular ring until boot completes.

    There 2 versions available for the CM10.1:
    16 GB (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/E12GEFvc
    32 GB (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/6tjiR3E7

    I also made one that says Cyanogen(mod) as I like that version better:


    There 4 versions available for the C(m)10.1:
    16 GB Long (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/FCL62d84 Approximately 28 seconds
    16 GB Short (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/6cNrSyUu Approximately 20 seconds
    32 GB Long (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/fSUQhbfI Approximately 28 Seconds
    32 GB Short (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/i0oA8zD2 Approximately 20 Seconds

    e154037 has requested the Dancing Android.


    This will work on phones or tablets.

    It is now square and has 2 size options:

    400x400 size: http://db.tt/GGVRiQgb
    800x800 size: http://db.tt/lUVFbcWz

    Installation Instructions:

    Disclaimer - I am not responsible for bricking your device. These are to be used at your own risk. I have personally tested these and they are fully working. Be sure to do a nandroid backup BEFORE installing these just in case.

    Method 1 (works for rooted and unrooted devices)
    Rename the file to bootanimation.zip

    Use adb and issue the following commands (If you don't know how to use adb, please google it):

    Code:
    adb push bootanimation.zip /data/local/
    adb shell
    reboot

    Method 2
    Rename the file to bootanimation.zip

    Use your favorite Root Explorer and copy the bootanimation.zip to /system/media/ OR /data/local/

    Note that ES File Explorer does not work well for this.


    I cannot take credit for most of the work on these - I only did some minor editing to the BIOS style files along with some assembly and testing.

    Credit to frysee for the BIOS style boot animation from this thread: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=648555 This boot animation was updated for the respective ROM names and SD card sizes.

    Credit to JoinTheRealms for his work on the TeamEOS Boot Animation here that was incorporated into this animation.

    Credit to CyanogenMod for the boot animation borrowed from the links of this video

    As a side project, here is a copy of JoinTheRealms boot animation with it looping properly: http://db.tt/tm9J8lMB

    And in case anyone is looking for it, here is the stock Asus Bootanimation: http://db.tt/Vt3xL3gD
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    Excellent program for Loading Boot managers

    Excellent excellent program, very easy to use, has other tools, and Many boot animations to choose from also.

    at playstore
    https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...S50b29sYm94Il0.


    Quote Originally Posted by Frederuco View Post
    So, I was bored at work today. I love the TeamEOS 4 CRT style screen off animation as it is a bit retro, and I was thinking about the BIOS style boot animation from a Honeycomb ROM (PRIME! by Roach2010 if I recall) and I decided to cook up one of my own.

    First, I did one for the TeamEOS 4 (Android 4.2) for the TF101. Here is a preview video:



    The spot light continues to shine left and right in a loop until the boot completes.

    There are 4 versions of the TeamEOS 4 available:

    16 GB Regular (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/GDCmRrsy - Approximately 33 seconds until loop starts
    16 GB Short (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/ipSH5v2P - Approximately 22 seconds until loop starts
    32 GB Regular (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/RJfIKkhG - Approximately 33 seconds until loop starts
    32 GB Short (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/Gvt20bqV - Approximately 22 seconds until loop starts



    Then, I decided to make one of these for those running CyanogenMod 10.1 on the TF101:



    The light continues chasing inside the circle until boot finishes.

    16 GB (shows 16 GB internal memory): CyanogenMod 10.1 Boot animation for TF101 with BIOS style boot.

    CyanogenMod animation continues with the circular ring until boot completes.

    There 2 versions available for the CM10.1:
    16 GB (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/E12GEFvc
    32 GB (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/6tjiR3E7

    I also made one that says Cyanogen(mod) as I like that version better:


    There 4 versions available for the C(m)10.1:
    16 GB Long (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/FCL62d84 Approximately 28 seconds
    16 GB Short (shows 16 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/6cNrSyUu Approximately 20 seconds
    32 GB Long (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/fSUQhbfI Approximately 28 Seconds
    32 GB Short (shows 32 GB internal memory): http://db.tt/i0oA8zD2 Approximately 20 Seconds

    e154037 has requested the Dancing Android.


    This will work on phones or tablets.

    It is now square and has 2 size options:

    400x400 size: http://db.tt/GGVRiQgb
    800x800 size: http://db.tt/lUVFbcWz

    Installation Instructions:

    Disclaimer - I am not responsible for bricking your device. These are to be used at your own risk. I have personally tested these and they are fully working. Be sure to do a nandroid backup BEFORE installing these just in case.

    Method 1 (works for rooted and unrooted devices)
    Rename the file to bootanimation.zip

    Use adb and issue the following commands (If you don't know how to use adb, please google it):

    Code:
    adb push bootanimation.zip /data/local/
    adb shell
    reboot

    Method 2
    Rename the file to bootanimation.zip

    Use your favorite Root Explorer and copy the bootanimation.zip to /system/media/ OR /data/local/

    Note that ES File Explorer does not work well for this.


    I cannot take credit for most of the work on these - I only did some minor editing to the BIOS style files along with some assembly and testing.

    Credit to frysee for the BIOS style boot animation from this thread: [Boot Animation] 24.12.2011 Android Bios Boot animation | New: GALAXY NEXUS! - xda-developers This boot animation was updated for the respective ROM names and SD card sizes.

    Credit to JoinTheRealms for his work on the TeamEOS Boot Animation here that was incorporated into this animation.

    Credit to CyanogenMod for the boot animation borrowed from the links of this video

    As a side project, here is a copy of JoinTheRealms boot animation with it looping properly: http://db.tt/tm9J8lMB

 

 

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