Download Honor View 20 Wallpapers and Themes

Download Honor View 20 Wallpapers and Themes

Last month, the Honor View 20 officially launched in China (as the Honor V20). It will also be coming to India. This beast of a phone offers many of the features you would expect in 2019. It has a punch hole in the display for the front camera, 48MP Sony sensor, Kirin 980 SoC, 4,000 mAh battery, and much more.

The software on the Honor View 20 is EMUI based on Android Pie. As you would expect, Honor has included a bunch of custom wallpapers and themes to go along with the product launch. We love to share these things for everyone to download, just like we did with the Huawei Mate 20 Pro and Honor Magic 2. We have the pre-installed wallpapers and themes available to download below.


Honor View 20 XDA Forum

Download Honor View 20 Wallpapers

The link below includes the ZIP file with 18 default wallpapers from the Honor View 20. These wallpaper are 2160 x 2310 resolution, which means they should look great on practically any phone. Click the link below to download the ZIP file (the images in the gallery below are not full resolution).

Download Huawei View 20 Wallpaper

Download Honor View 20 Themes

Lastly, we have 11 themes available to download. These themes are compatible with Honor and Huawei devices running EMUI 8 or 9 (Android Oreo and Android Pie). Each theme includes wallpapers and icon packs. Click the link below to download the ZIP file.

Download Huawei View 20 Themes

How to Install the Honor View 20 Themes on EMUI 8/EMUI 9

Installing a new theme in EMUI is a pretty straightforward process:

  1. Download the themes from above and unzip the .hwt files into the /Themes folder in the root of your device’s internal storage. If there isn’t a /Themes folder, then make one.
  2. Open the Themes app.
  3. Tap Customize. You should now be able to pick elements of the new themes.

Note: Huawei has stopped providing bootloader unlock codes for their devices. Therefore, the bootloaders of the Honor View 20 cannot be unlocked, which means that users cannot root or install custom ROMs.

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Joe Fedewa
Joe Fedewa

Former Managing Editor at XDA-Developers. Lover of all things with displays.

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