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[BootAnimation] Star Trek LCARS Scanner - XOOM and Android OS Detected!

This is a discussion on [BootAnimation] Star Trek LCARS Scanner - XOOM and Android OS Detected! within the Boot Animations forums, part of the Motorola Xoom Themes category; What if you don't have "local" subdirectory in your data folder? Is local only visible when using Root explorer? or Should File manager HD/Astro file ...

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    What if you don't have "local" subdirectory in your data folder?
    Is local only visible when using Root explorer? or Should File manager HD/Astro file manager be able to see it?

    BTW, I am on a 3.2,and am rooted.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jblalock77 View Post
    Data/local

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    Quote Originally Posted by Serpico View Post
    I'm sorry you're having issues - data/local is the default directory to store this type of mod. Lets just review the obvious to make sure all is in order:

    1: Non rooted, using adb place the file at /data/local ... ES File Explorer on a non rooted device will NOT show this directory properly on some rooted devices. You have to use adb from a PC.
    2: Make sure you have ADB and the SDK installed properly on the PC.
    3: Make sure the MD5 Checksum is correct: 566b9694ef671d357e8fc6c41f4e7077

    This should work - All the best bro - keep us posted.
    Yep, all checked. That's probably an Android issue. With a standard background I have no issues, only with the animated ones.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rezadue View Post
    What if you don't have "local" subdirectory in your data folder?
    Is local only visible when using Root explorer? or Should File manager HD/Astro file manager be able to see it?

    BTW, I am on a 3.2,and am rooted.

    Thanks
    Ah - you need to use something like Root Explorer in order to see that directory & it's contents.
    As a skillful IT PRO that you are, you have absolutely no !%#!@*! idea what is going on so you ask your mentor, your friend, the one who’s been by your side in the toughest situations and never let you down, the Oracle, the holder of all humanity’s knowledge, “The Program”. The Google.

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    Waaaay super cool......... really nice work!!!


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    I edited the desc.txt file to say "1280 800 12" and the display runs at a better speed, easier to see what's going on. Not choppy at all.

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    running tiamat moray. downloaded the file and renamed. using astro file manager i cant copy and paste it. also cannot find the local\data folder. is this something that needs to be down in adb? if so what are the paths i should take? thanks in advance

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    Quote Originally Posted by sloppyoctopus View Post
    running tiamat moray. downloaded the file and renamed. using astro file manager i cant copy and paste it. also cannot find the local\data folder. is this something that needs to be down in adb? if so what are the paths i should take? thanks in advance
    You need to use something like Root Explorer in order to see that directory & it's contents
    As a skillful IT PRO that you are, you have absolutely no !%#!@*! idea what is going on so you ask your mentor, your friend, the one who’s been by your side in the toughest situations and never let you down, the Oracle, the holder of all humanity’s knowledge, “The Program”. The Google.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rezadue View Post
    What if you don't have "local" subdirectory in your data folder?
    Is local only visible when using Root explorer? or Should File manager HD/Astro file manager be able to see it?

    BTW, I am on a 3.2,and am rooted.

    Thanks
    File manager HD will work. Just go into settings while in File manager HD at the top right, then click on, "root explorer". Then I think it will ask you to give it super user access.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pizentu View Post
    File manager HD will work. Just go into settings while in File manager HD at the top right, then click on, "root explorer". Then I think it will ask you to give it super user access.
    Excellent! Seems like I learn something new here every visit! Cheers!
    As a skillful IT PRO that you are, you have absolutely no !%#!@*! idea what is going on so you ask your mentor, your friend, the one who’s been by your side in the toughest situations and never let you down, the Oracle, the holder of all humanity’s knowledge, “The Program”. The Google.

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    is there a free version of root exploer?


 
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