wingman1487 · May 20, 2010 at 11:50 am

HD2 Custom Animated Wallpapers Available

Have you fallen in love with the HD2 yet?  Do you love the simple animations that came with it but sometimes find yourself asking for more?  Well, you only have to look just a little bit further because xda members whiskeybro and kojotek have been kind enough to share their custom animated wallpapers.  At the end of this article, you will find 2 threads where you will find some nice new additions for your wallpaper library.

From whiskeybro:

  • HTC HD2
  • Matrix
  • Bliss stars
  • DJC
  • Blue lights
  • Metal Balls
  • Animated SLIDERS
  • Fish Tank

From kojotek:

  • Bubbles
  • Green Me
  • HTC & You
  • My Apps

Be sure to visit wiskebro’s thread and kojetek’s thread to download these nice animated wallpapers!


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