ElCondor · Jun 18, 2010 at 03:06 pm

Live Wallpaper (OpenGL Support) Hack for the HTC Legend

The HTC Legend, out of the box, doesn’t support the Live Wallpaper feature that can be found on the Nexus One, the Desire, or the EVO 4G. XDA developer rodigezstyle however created a hack, which enables this great looking feature. The hack only works for rooted HTC Legends, and only experienced users should try this. If you’re new to Android development,  please try to search and read first to avoid making costly mistakes. Installation must be done via recovery mode, so you actually have to flash the hack to your device.

Originally posted by rodigezstyle

you will have :

  • full OpenGL Support !!!
  • a Live Wallpaper fitted Rosie.apk
  • Original Sense Live Wallpaper (LWP)
  • all Nexus One preinstalled LWP
  • Starfield LWP

The OpenGL support is a nice addition because it makes everything much smoother. Credits for the OpenGL mod go to zifnab, jcase & MagnusRagnarok.


Continue on to the thread for installation instructions and download. If you’re new to this, make sure to read the thread, especially page #6.


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