Live Wallpapers Extracted From Galaxy Tab 10.1 And Ready For Your Transformer
We cannot deny that the stock live wallpapers created by manufacturers have their inexplicable appeal. Maybe it is the will to get your device to make it look like your friend’s or it could simply be the fact that we need the capability to change the look of the device out of sheer boredom. In either case, for those of you boasting Transformers, XDA member Segnaro has a little gift for you, straight from the Galaxy Tab. He has extracted, signed and repackaged the aqua as well and the aurora lwp as apks for easy installation.
Please leave some feedback if can try these out.
Pulled these from the Tab 10.1 rom. I’ve seen these wallpapers before on Galaxy S phones, so they must be Samsung’s Touchwiz UX counterparts.
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