Google Pixel 2 is your proud possession as the phone comes with excellent features and a hefty price tag. Others would obviously like to own this phone but can’t as budget doesn’t allow them to buy Pixel 2. Anyway, users who own other Android phones can surely use some features of Google Pixel 2. Boot animation is much talked-about these days; it was equally popular when Google launched its first Pixel devices last year. For now, we want to tell you how you can download and install Pixel 2 boot animation on any Android phone.
Boot animation on Google Pixel 2 is a nice little thing that keeps you smiling even while you are booting your phone. Note that you need to root your Android device before you could use boot animation. Currently, boot animation gives excellent results on 1080p displays, and therefore, you may face some issue on other displays. It goes without saying that you have to bear the brunt if anything goes wrong.
How to Get Pixel 2 Boot Animation on Any Android Phone
Before you go ahead, you have to flash a ZIP file with the help of custom recovery. In the absence of custom recovery, you can use apps that allow you to flash ZIP files. Here, we have used an app to make the procedure simpler.
Step #1: Download and install Flashify app. It’s free!
Step #2: Next, you need to download flashable ZIP file. Thanks to an XDA member, who has provided these files.
Step #3: Now you need to launch Flashify and tap on ‘ZIP file’.
Step #4: Then you are required to tap on ‘Choose a file’ and navigate to your downloaded file. Tap on the downloaded file to flash it on your device.
Step #5: Here, choose ‘CWM’ and then tap on ‘YUP’! When your ZIP file is flashed, you need to tap on ‘Reboot Now’ button.
It is done! Now you can see Google Pixel 2 boot animation wherever you reboot your Android device.
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