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Nexus One Multimedia Files for WM or Android
Found on the vast world of XDA and posted a few months ago, but worth to bring it back with all this Android fever. Do you have a Windows Mobile device but want to have the look´sound of Nexus One on it without installing an application? Then this would be of your interest because XDA member tsalta extracted the wallpapers, ring tones and notification tones from the Nexus One, so you can use them on your WM or Android device.
Original poster also included one of the live wallpapers.
Originally posted by tsalta
Nexus One Multimedia ENJOY
Hello here are the Default Nexus One Multimedia, all wallpapers, ringtones and notiffication tones etc.
Also here is Bonus one Wallpaper from Nexus One who is Live wallpaper and i resize it to 480×800 se everyone can use it as static wallpaper
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