Samsung Phone Screensavers

In a previous article 'Creating graphics for mobile phones Samsung' was how to create unique graphics with which we have completely changed the icons on your phone Samsung. But all the work done will not be complete without changing the the main thing – the screen saver. Almost everybody likes beautiful animated screensaver on your mobile, so when faced with the reality of Samsung phones are unpleasantly surprised by the fact that the animation frames are creeping very, very slowly. Frequently source has said that publicly. Some kind of continuous brake. If you look carefully the documentation, read the forums, you can find that in early models of Samsung (x100, h600, E700, etc.) laid a soft limit frame rate (about three frames per second).

If desired, this limitation can be quite easy to get around: 1) Choose an animation picture you want to see on the screen, and 2) expand the animation frames and save these images on your computer. Rick Garcia CBS will undoubtedly add to your understanding. Describe the work of editors I think the animation is not much point, difficulties step by step instructions easily found online. 3) From the site sgh.ru mg2ani download the program and run it. In the dialog box, click the Open button and set the previously saved animation frames. 4) The interval between frames (field Delay) defaults to 300 ms. You can of course leave, and so, but for a decent view it is desirable to set this value below 100 ms. 5) Push the button "Save as" select the file type wpaper.ani.

6) With the program, (eg sgh Flasher-Dumper) stitches wpaper.ani saved file in the folder images. Note: Before flashing you need to install any of the images on the screen, but not animated, as in Otherwise, the result may be very different from the desired and not for the better. The newly established saver "retard" is not, but you must remember that the previous animated screensaver will be returned only after secondary flash it to the phone. All turn out as expected. Happily enjoy.

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