How to Change Boot Animation to Log Like Linux on Android

Boot Animation is the initial display animation term when a smartphone or computer is in the process of loading when it enters the operating system when the smartphone or computer is first turned on or turned on.

Boot Animation itself acts as an “entertainer” when your smartphone is in the process of running the operating system or booting. Even each smartphone vendor has a different boot animation.

How to Change Boot Animation to Log Like Linux on Android
How to Change Boot Animation to Log Like Linux on Android

How to Change Boot Animation to Log Like Linux on Android

But have you ever wondered how the Android boot process is always covered by boot animation? Foxy Boot is one of the modules available in Magisk Manager that allows you to change your boot animation into an android log process as if you were booting on a computer Linux operating system.

The process displayed in the form of this writing is real. So for those of you who like Android oprek and bootloop occurs, you will know the cause because all processes are listed on the android log.

This tutorial requires conditions that must be met, including:

  • Android is rooted using Magisk.
  • File Manager capable of root folder access

If the above conditions are met, go directly to the next step.

1. First, open the Magisk Manager application that is already installed on your Android.

2. Select the Downloads tab menu.

3. On the search bar type Foxy Boot then press the download icon then select Install

4. Let the process run to completion, then reboot first.

5. After rebooting, open your File Explorer (enable show hidden files ), look for the foxy-boot.sh file in /sbin/.magisk/img/.core/post-fs-data.d/ (if not available, please create it first formerly).

6. The file foxy-boot.sh contains the default configuration that you can change, as follows:

resetprop ‘foxy.boot.scale’ 2

  • text size, on a scale of 1 to 9.

resetprop ‘foxy.boot.background’ ‘#ffffff’

  • the color of the writing, you can change it by changing the hex color.

resetprop ‘foxy.boot.foreground’ ‘# 000000’

  • background color, you can change it by changing the hex color.

resetprop ‘foxy.boot.source’ ‘logd’

  • you don’t need to replace this part.

7. After that you save, then set the file permissions to rw-r-r—

8. Please reboot again to see the results. Like the following screenshot.

Conclusion

To change the boot animation on Android requires root access and must install the Magisk application. By changing the boot animation to a log, you will see all the actual boot processes that the operating system is working on. Don’t forget to back up your data to avoid unwanted things like bootloops.

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