Framework Tool for Android is a Highly Functional Way to Change System Animations

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  • 18 Mar 2013
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  • Before talking about an app that may prove its usefulness for root users only, lets first cove some background into the different Android versions. With Ice Cream Sandwich Google introduces the Developer Options that offered the ability to change the system-wide animation speed.


    Later after Android 4.0, with Jelly Bean Google further polished the interface and introduced very well made system wide animations, as long with some more consistent options in the Developer Options menu. With a custom launcher like Nova you can have the app launching animations of ICS, Jelly Bean or even a slide effect, though it will not apply system-wide. So that is where Framework Tool by Janis Elfert comes in.

    Framework Tool is the option for changing about every aspect of how the system reacts in terms of animations, for launching apps or opening a new page. The app requires that your device is rooted and mounted R/W, along with the latest version of BusyBox installed. It offers the ability to test the device’s compatibility before using it and   automatically creates backups for in case something goes wrong. The 3dot menu key below also reveals the option to change the animation speed, from anywhere to none for increased efficiency.


    Framework Tool offers some of its options for free while the others require that you purchase the Unlocker.

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