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[BOOT ANIM] Liquid drops boot animation

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can i flash the .zip using malez recovery?

No, you should use adb

adb remount

adb push uberdropliquidbootanimation.zip /system/media/bootanimation.zip

adb reboot

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can i flash the .zip using malez recovery?

Where have i to put zip file? I tried in tools folder, but with adb it fails :)

Edit: I have Froyo release for liquid.

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what error did you get?

just copy the zip file in your tools folder and use the commands posted above

Where have i to put zip file? I tried in tools folder, but with adb it fails :)
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what error did you get?

just copy the zip file in your tools folder and use the commands posted above

Error is: cannot stat 'uberdropliquidbootanimation.zip': No such file or directory

Im using PHHroyo rom

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Error is: cannot stat 'uberdropliquidbootanimation.zip': No such file or directory

Im using PHHroyo rom

What code do you use?

And what .zip are you trying to flash?

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Make sure the name matches the one you are typing. Because the name of the HQ version and LQ version are different.

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Make sure the name matches the one you are typing. Because the name of the HQ version and LQ version are different.

I tried to push HQ boot animation, what's the correct command?

Edited by akira.pwr
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can i flash the .zip using malez recovery?

Where can I download adb tool?

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Where can I download adb tool?

download the android sdk it should be in the tools folder.

Make sure you download the right one i.e. not the froyo realease.

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download the android sdk it should be in the tools folder.

Make sure you download the right one i.e. not the froyo realease.

I downloaded the sdk but the command window appear simultaneously then disappear when open the adb.exe.

usb was connected but don't know which step went wrong. Any idea. My OS is Win 7.

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I have Phhroyo installed and now with this fantastic boot animation.

Thank's a lot.

great idea.

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First of all: Thanks for that beautiful boot animation :)

I downloaded the sdk but the command window appear simultaneously then disappear when open the adb.exe.

usb was connected but don't know which step went wrong. Any idea. My OS is Win 7.

You can't just open (double-click) the adb.exe - you have to open the command prompt (cmd.exe), switch to the folder (or change your environment variables) and use it directly with the parameters.

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It seems to be another dead and 2years old thread reopened... I hope you can find someone that can help you...

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I've got gingerbread on my acer liquid e, does it also work on a gingerbread rom or does it has to eclair??

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I've got gingerbread on my acer liquid e, does it also work on a gingerbread rom or does it has to eclair??

it should work, but make a backup anyway

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it should work, but make a backup anyway

I'm Running The IceCream Sandwich Rom and it worked Fine for me

So I don't see a Problem why it wont work for The Gingerbread Rom

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