Don’t you get bored with same old brand animation you have to see when you switch on your smartphone every morning? Well, some people do get bored and wishing that they could change it to their own animation or at least they can add their own. Google Pixel smartphones which were released a few months back have got some of the most astonishing features which are making people drool over them and one of such features is to have your own boot animation.

If you have got an Android smartphone which is rooted then just like you can install Google Pixel like dialer on your any Android smartphone, you can also get the boot animation as well. You need to fulfill few pre-conditions and then to follow the steps given below. Once you do this procedure you can get the new boot animation feature of Google Pixel on your normal Android smartphone as well.

How to Install Google Pixel's New Boot Animation on Any Android Phone

How to Get Google Pixel’s Boot Animation on Any Android Phone

Minimum Requirements:

Step #1. Download Bootanimation zip file in your SD card.

Step #2. Go to Root in Root Explorer and look for System folder and tap on it without modifying any other folder.

Step #3. Tap on Media folder and you will find bootanimation.zip file there.

Step #4. Now Rename the above-mentioned file to bootanmation.zip.bak.

Step #5. Now copy the file from your downloads and paste the new bootanimation.zip file in system/media folder.

Step #6. Click on Menu and Permission so that you will be allowed to have the permission to the bootanimation file.

Note: If you are using ES File Explorer then click on Properties.

Step #7. Now change the zip file to Read/Write/Execute as per likings.

Step #8. Finally, reboot your device and check out the new Pixel boot animation for your Android device.

Conclusion:

This is it! You must be agreed with us that it is extremely easy to get the boot animation on normal Android phone as well. Once you are having an animation booting on your phone do let us know here in comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus as well.