Honeycomb Live Wallpaper In HD
If you’re a fan of Live WallPaper, you might want to try out this clean design in HD by XDA forum members nemuro and xaffron.
Honeycomb LWP supports all types of resolutions and even supports legacy phones such as the original G1. The LWP also supports tablets from version 1.04 onwards.
There are three distinct modes to play called Racing Flares, Lightning Strikes (tap the screen to provoke lightning) and Electric Sparks. Customisable features include framerate, trail length, colours.
Honeycomb LWP is available in a free version where special modes last for a limited time after each time they are applied, however there is no limit to the number of times that they can be re-enabled.
For more information and to download the apk, head on over to the application thread.
Want something on the XDA Portal? Send us a tip!
The latest version of Touchwiz, launched alongside the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge, was aimed at providing a vastly improved software experience in lieu of the bad reputation its predecessors had gained. While this iteration turned out to be a vast improvement in terms of lack of bloatware, fluidity and user experience, Samsung's OEM skin fell short in the aesthetics department by a long shot, abandoning a plethora of Material Design principles and leaving users wanting more. However, Theme Store...
There comes a sad time in everyone's life where you must part ways with your gadgets. Perhaps they are dropped from a height, carelessly hardbricked, or simply stashed in a drawer in favor of a shinier upgrade. Alternatively they might enter the world of the second-hand market, and become someone else's daily driver. Swappa is especially popular for this purpose here at XDA, where thousands of users trust the site enough to buy and sell their devices through it. In fact, we made...
2015 has been a phenomenal year for Xiaomi so far. With a stellar rise in 2014, 2015 saw increased success outside of China for Xiaomi along with tremendous consumer interest in the company's smartphone offerings. The company also increased its ventures outside of smartphones touching everything from routers to selfie sticks. The company took to twitter to announce their recent success. Xiaomi's smartphones sales increased 33% year-on-year, with the company having sold 34.7 Million smartphones in the first half of...