ElCondor · Jul 4, 2010 at 10:00 pm

The Eye is Watching: Droid X Live Wallpaper Ported and Optimized

As most of you probably know, the Motorola Droid X has got a pre-installed Live Wallpaper which characterizes the Motorola campaign: a dark metal environment with a big red eye watching you all the time. Well this look has been implemented in that live wallpaper, which now has been ported to work on any Android device with Eclair (2.1) or higher. XDA member britoso optimized the wallpaper for better use; he also created Blue, Cyan, Green and Golden eyes instead of red.

Originally posted by britoso

This is what I did:
decompiled,
changed the package and app name,
removed LWPs that install by default,
rebuilt,
signed

Works great! Launcher2 works fine too.

Check out the post from britoso to find the downloads, or continue on to the wallpaper thread itself.


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