orb3000 · Jul 31, 2011 at 06:00 am

Android – Live Wallpaper Pack 2

How many of you are using a personalized image on your home screen? I bet the vast majority of us have something “special”. For those of you always looking for a great wallpaper, we have found a great pack from XDA member kanak122. This is the second pack from the original poster and this time, he has included 21 live wallpapers with assorted themes and topics ranging from Christmas to abstract, and from colors to galaxies.

You can get them for free in the original thread and as always, we ask for your feedback.

Originally posted by kanak122
Android live wallpapers pack 2
Android live wallpapers pack | 21 Wallpapers | 97.4 Mb | Single Link | Plz Leave a Thanks.

Continue to the wallpaper thread.


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