LG Optimus 2X Goodies Extracted
The exciting thing about this new year is the upcoming line up of next generation devices, all of which are equipped with the latest technology available, such as super AMOLED screens, dual core processors, and much more. However, technology without beauty is rather dull. With this in mind, XDA member GHOST99K brings us the LWP (live wallpapers) from the upcoming LG Optimus 2X ready to go on any Android device sporting 2.2 and later. These beautiful wallpapers will surely add something special to your collection. And if that wasn’t enough, GHOST99K also provided ringtones and sounds to make your device more “you”.
If you have any other “goodies” from this device that you would like to share with other members of the community, please let us know. Also, any feedback is greatly appreciated.
for Android 2.2 and higher
also download the ringtones and notofications here
You can find more information in the original thread.
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