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Nexus S Live Wallpapers
XDA member joshua_07 brings us the joy of the upcoming Nexus S even before its official release. It seems that we are always eager to get our hands in the latest, even if the latest is still some time away. This time, we have the LWP (Live WallPapers) from the Nexus S, which runs on Gingerbread. Little by little, all the new improvements from this device will start bleeding down onto the older devices, which are eagerly waiting for the official release of this OS.
The thread has instructions on how to install the LWP, so make sure that you follow them unless you want to get in trouble. Please post any feedback that you may have about the app.
- Download the Nexus S livewallpaper.apk
- Copy the file to your SD-Card
- Open “Root Explorer”
- Do a backup of your “livewallpaper.apk” in “system/app”
- Copy the Nexus S “livewallpaper.apk” to “system/app”
Credits : the3dman
You can find more information in the wallpaper’s thread.
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