stoned99, on 29 September 2012 - 09:58 AM, said:
Well you'll need to have your G9T rooted in the first place to have r/w access to the system folder.
When you have root, you have an app called root explorer in the apps launcher. Launch it then go in system, media, hold your finger on bootnimation.zip then delete it or just rename it if you feel safer but trust me it doesn't matter if you have a "custom bootanimation" there or not, it will just use the default Android bootanimation.
Well, the rootscript worked fine and I deleted the Gemei bootanimation. Did a reboot to check if it was successful.
-First at boot, the usual Andriod guy is shown
-Then the Gemei logo shows for a couple of seconds
-Then the standatd Android animation.
-The second Gemei-animation that used to be there is gone
-My problem is unchanged, the UI still crashes after about a minute.
So, I'm thinking there might be two custom Gemei bootanimations, since there's still one left after I deleted the first one. I'll try to search trough the RootExplorer for another one and see if it might help to remove that one as well.
If not successful, i guess it will be possible to change the OS to 4.0.3 and check stability? I'll have that as an option.
Thanks again for your help
This post has been edited by HenrikF: 30 September 2012 - 03:39 AM