Microbes LWP From Nexus S Working on Other Devices
It looks like XDA member santiemanuel has managed to extract and make the microbes LWP from the Nexus S rom dump work on the Nexus One. Unlike our earlier article regarding the LWP from the Nexus S, this one is a true dump from the device and not a user created version. According to the dev, the wallpaper is a bit laggy but it is rather stable, not going into force closes or anything of that sort.
As we get closer to the official release date of Gingerbread, I wonder if anything will surprise us by the time the OS hits. Do you think that the OS will come as what we have seen from the SDK or even the Nexus S dump? Please leave a comment or two and if you have suggestions for the dev to make this LWP perform better, make sure to leave your feedback in the thread.
First! xD. I managed to get working the Microbes LiveWallpaper from Nexus S’s dump. Deodexed. Works on Froyo 2.2.1 FRG83, a bit laggy but no FCs at all. Update unsigned because I dont know 😛
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