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Disable boot animation

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Add this line to /system/build.prop

debug.sf.nobootanimation=1

This disables the boot animation & slightly speeds up boot.

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Add this line to /system/build.prop

debug.sf.nobootanimation=1

This disables the boot animation & slightly speeds up boot.

but boot animations are cool =P

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Add this line to /system/build.prop

debug.sf.nobootanimation=1

This disables the boot animation & slightly speeds up boot.

Nice! Is there a way to find out all the commands that can be added to build.prop?

(Especially interesting with regards to the app isambard will be writing.)

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Do you get all the Linux style text scrolling up the screen or is it just blank?

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Do you get all the Linux style text scrolling up the screen or is it just blank?

No scrolling, just the Android. Don't think boot up is faster though.

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It just stays on the green android until it's loaded.

I found the option while I was digging around in some of the config files in /etc . It said in the comments that it was to speed up reboot times for testers (or something to that effect). I think it might be a tiny bit faster, but seems longer without the animation to look at :D

There are probably a few more debug.sf options that could be used in build.prop

Edited by wbaw
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Do you get all the Linux style text scrolling up the screen or is it just blank?

i want that too :D

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i want that too :D

Me too :S Or the old cylon-eye (KITT) boot animation, both are hardcoded. And was present only in the first versions sadly (beta 05-07 of the emulator).

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Do you get all the Linux style text scrolling up the screen or is it just blank?

That only looks possible if you're a kernel hacker. However, if recompiling kernels is your thing, it might not be so hard to do, it's been done on other android phones.

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