The animation that plays when you turn on Android is called the “boot animation.” Most of the time, customize Android Boot Animation. For example, when the Motorola moto e6 is turned on, the company’s logo is shown as a sign of respect. Why do these boot animations even exist?
Aside from the thrill of seeing a developer’s logo, the purpose is to keep your attention while the device starts up, which can take a while. If you see that someone else with the same phone as you has a different boot animation than you do, then they must have changed it. So, of course, you need to change yours now, too.
Those of you who use Android 10 are in luck. You can change your boot animation, but you may need root permissions to do so. I wouldn’t say it’s easy, but it’s definitely doable.
How to customize Android Boot Animation
All of the instructions have been broken up into sections to make them easier to understand. Move forward in the same order that was given. They might not work as expected on Samsung phones and on some Android ROMs that have been heavily changed.
Also, if you’re ready to try it out, make sure to make a copy of it first. If you follow the steps below, Droidwin and its members can’t be blamed if there’s a nuclear war, your alarm doesn’t wake you up, or anything bad happens to your device or data.
Through Boot Animations (Root) App
- Download the custom boot animation you want.
- Grab the Boot animations root app
- Open the app then choose Backup/Restore through the menu options. Backup your original boot animation by tapping Backup. (You can restore your original boot animation from here too with the Restore option.)
- Locate your custom boot animation file (in this case, ‘bootanimation.zip’). Long-press the zip file then choose Install.
- After you have done installing, reboot your device to see your new custom boot animation.
Android File Manager
- Download a custom boot animation you want to use by choosing the animation you want to use and downloading the associated bootanimation.zip file. (Here is another place to find custom animations to use.)
- Open Root Browser (or your file manager) app and once inside, locate your original boot animation file (bootanimation.zip) in /system/media.
- Long-press the file, choose Rename and name it to bootanimation.zip1.
- Next, browse to the custom boot animation that you want to switch to, copy the zip file to /system/media. Long-press, choose Permission.
- Tick the boxes as shown in the screenshot below, and press OK. After that, rename the file to bootanimation.zip, if the zip file name is different.
If the problem persists and you are unable to resolve it by following the steps outlined above, the new can visit their official website and request additional information.
How to change boot animation using adb?
If you want to save a copy of the current boo animation, you can use the command below: $ adb pull from /system/media/bootanimation.zip C:\ After this, you can restart your board, and the new boot animation should appear.
Can you change boot mode?
Press F2 when prompted to enter BIOS menu. Navigate to Boot Maintenance Manager -> Advanced Boot Options -> Boot Mode. Select the desired mode: UEFI or Legacy. If UEFI option was selected, a new option named Video BIOS appears, select UEFI.
What is the best boot mode?
In general, use the newer UEFI mode to install Windows, since it has more security features than the old BIOS mode. If you are booting from a network that only supports BIOS, you will need to boot to legacy BIOS mode.
What is a UEFI boot mode?
UEFI defines a new way for operating systems (OSes) and platform firmware (firmware) to talk to each other. This gives OSes an alternative to the heavy BIOS that only uses the information needed to start the OS boot process. UEFI also has better security features than BIOS and can work with most BIOS systems that are already out there.