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Droid X Live Wallpaper… Now Hunting Nexus One
The Droid X seems to have been released with some pretty cool software that everyone has been trying to get, and this wallpaper is not the exception. Posted by XDA member ccunningham83, and improved by XDA member britoso, this wallpaper is the exact same live wallpaper that has been hunting all Droid X owners since released, and can now hunt your Nexus One.
This is what I did:
changed the package and app name,
removed LWPs that install by default,
Possible issue and fix: There may be an issue if you have the “system.persistant” feature of the ADW Launcher on, turn it off and you’re fine.
- removed unnecessary images too, file size now 1.1MB
- added Blue, Cyan, Green and Golden eyes!
- added a blue eye version with alternate background.
- 7/15/10, added grey version by request.
If this is of interest to you, and your not easily scared, try it.
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