Filed Under (LG Android Phones, LG Optimus Series, LG Phone Problem and Solution) by lg-phones on 07-02-2012

For those of you who don’t know exactly what the CRT animation is, it is the animation that Gingerbread uses when you press the power button and the screen gives a neat power off effect. LG Android Phones

Well, do you want it now? It’s a fairly easy process. Just enabled it by following the guide below, and it will would be gorgeous on your LG Optimus 2X. LG-Optimus info

Please note, that you must upgrade your device to Gingerbread first. Also, it requires one developer tool: apktool. You can download it below. t’s a fairly easy process

A good idea to nandroid before this, as if something goes wrong it can screw up a lot of things. LG Phone Problem and Solution

How to enable CRT Animation on LG Optimus 2X Steps:

  1. Download APKTOOL
    • On Windows, download apktool-windows and apktool.jar
    • Extract the file contents in each archive into your Windows folder:
  2. Save your framework-res.apk file to a place that you know
    I saved mine to: C:\hktw\framework-res.apk
  3. Open the command prompt
    • On Windows, press the Start button, type: cmd, press the Enter button
  4. You’ll need to change the directory of your commands to the one where you saved your .apk file
  5. Type the “cd” command and then the directory where you saved your file.
    • cd C:\hktw
  6. Now you need to tell apktool to decompile the framework…
    • apktool d -f framework-res.apk
  7. You should see in your .apk folder a new folder has been created: “framework-res”
  8. Inside of that folder you can now see all of the decompiled parts of your .apk
  9. Edit res/values/bools.xml
  10. Change "<bool name="config_animateScreenLights">true</bool>" to "<bool name="config_animateScreenLights">false</bool>"
  11. When you’re done editing, you’ll need to recompile the .apk
    • cd C:\hktw
    • apktool b -f framework-res
  12. Note the inclusion of the “.apk” during decompilation, and the exclusion of the “.apk” during recompilation
  13. After you’ve sent the recompile command, apktool will work and eventually create two new folders called “dist” and “build”
  14. Inside of the “build” folder will be the recompiled parts of your .apk
  15. Open the original .apk file using WinRAR of 7zip
  16. Drag and drop the “resources.arsc” file inside of “build/apk” to the root of your original .apk

Now place that modified framework-res.apk in your /system/framework. You’re done!

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