Wallpapers & Docks Collection for Android
XDA memver modelstudent presents this big collection of wallpapers and docks for your Android device. The collection includes the personal findings around the web and shows 300 wallpapers and 700 docks. This is growing constantly and new stuff is added, so sure you will find some of your liking. Abstract, nature, and colors are the most common designs found but it includes many other topics as well.
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Originally posted by modelstudent
[WALL/DOCKS] Collection: aprox 500 Walls, 650 Docks/app drawer on my dropbox
I keep running down wallpaper gallery’s & hunting down many threads on different forums, to try to create some sort of an ultimate collection for myself. So far i have about 300, but the collection grows each day. Have a look, maybe you’ll find something you like i’ll be updating the gallery every few days/week.
edit: also adding my docks collection (almost 700), 20/2/2011;
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