1. msa6's Avatar
    Oops. Looks like I messed up somehow in Root Explorer as I tried to delete some wallpaper files from the system/customize/resource folder. So far I can see that I've lost my boot up animation (not a problem), but I'm trying to figure out what else I may have lost that I might want. I have a nandroid backup I can restore to, but it's a couple of weeks old and if I can somehow replace the files in the folder that I might really need/miss, I'd rather do that.

    Any suggestions? I'd happily repopulate the folder with all the files that were originally in it...then I can start over deleting. Thanks.
    10-27-2010 08:43 PM
  2. beezy's Avatar
    Oops. Looks like I messed up somehow in Root Explorer as I tried to delete some wallpaper files from the system/customize/resource folder. So far I can see that I've lost my boot up animation (not a problem), but I'm trying to figure out what else I may have lost that I might want. I have a nandroid backup I can restore to, but it's a couple of weeks old and if I can somehow replace the files in the folder that I might really need/miss, I'd rather do that.

    Any suggestions? I'd happily repopulate the folder with all the files that were originally in it...then I can start over deleting. Thanks.
    Things in resource folder
    -boot animation(which you already knew)
    -Htc wallpapers
    -the preview pic for internet bookmarks(not sure but these will probably rebuild as you add them)
    -the pictures of bigben, Colosseum,EiffelTower,StatueOfLiberty.(i can't remember but they are for some app could be flickr or something,they are not needed.)
    If need be i could throw up a flashable zip to put back everything that would be there from factory.
    10-27-2010 11:03 PM
  3. msa6's Avatar
    So far not having any of this doesn't seem to be a problem. I had already gotten rid of the boot up sound, and have also lost the boot animation. I now just get a very sedate "android" on the screen with a shimmering light effect. Much better than that yellow thing I had to deal with.

    If I wanted to put up a new boot animation, what's the simplest way to do it (and the coolest boot animation around)?
    10-28-2010 08:56 AM
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