Get This Look: Boot up your Android device with your favorite comic book heroes and villains

Get This Look: Boot up your Android device with your favorite comic book heroes and villains

You don’t see it often unless you reboot your device all the time, but the boot animation is another place that you can make your Android device your own, especially if your smartphone or tablet is rooted.

This boot animation features all your favorite superheroes and villains, including Batman, Spiderman, Captain America, Ironman, War Machine, Flash, Gambit, Magneto, Red Skull, Dr. Doom and many more. It comes from theme maker +BrianRoberts, who made it into a boot animation and it was made into a flashable zip thanks to +RonaldValdes. The original artist of the different images in the original GIF is UK-based motion graphic designer Christian Tailor.

If you have a rooted device, either download the file and flash it your recovery such as CWM or TWRP or use a file manager, like Root Explorer, to copy and paste the into system/media folder, replacing the original file. To get the file, extract and the .zip you’re looking for is located at marvelboot >> system >> media.

Download the flashable zip from Mega here or from Dropbox here.

VIA  +BrianRoberts, +RonaldValdes

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  1. discopunkk
    July 13, 12:05 Reply

    Hrm. This didn’t work for me on my rooted Galaxy Note 3. I tried both methods. Probably a Samsung thing.

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