Download OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk 2077 Edition’s wallpapers, sounds and boot animation
OnePlus has an interesting tradition of releasing special variants of some of their smartphones weeks or sometimes months after launch. With this year’s OnePlus 8T, the OEM launched the OnePlus 8T Cyberpunk 2077 Edition following the customary period of leaks and teasers. This particular variant is available for purchase only in China and it features a unique camera module that spans almost the entire top third of the device’s back. We did a thorough hands-on of the special Cyberpunk 2077 Edition which gives you a good picture of how it differs from the regular 8T model, but in case you are wondering what that cool boot animation and the new theming assets look like, here’s a quick video showcase.
Interested in these goodies? Thanks to a wonderful port from XDA Recognized Contributor linuxct, you can get the Cyberpunk 2077 Edition’s exclusive live wallpaper on your regular OnePlus 8T or any other Android smartphone. Note that the target device needs to have good OpenGL performance in order for the live wallpaper to look as fluid as it would on a OnePlus 8T.
The difference between the original, Always On Mod and Long Mod of the Cyberpunk 2077 Live Wallpaper is that the animation has been tuned to either freeze the animation while the Samurai logo is glowing, or to extend the animation up to 21 seconds pic.twitter.com/FQPKAnGnXj
— linuxct (@linuxct) November 25, 2020
The boot animation, FOD animation, and the icon pack have also been ported in the form of a Magisk Module, courtesy of XDA Senior Member AndroPlus. Visit the post linked below to download the module.
In case you only care about the wallpapers, ringtone, and notification sounds and want them on any device, linuxct has also shared those assets packed inside a separate ZIP file so you can grab them on any Android smartphone. Here are compressed and resized previews of the 5 wallpapers, but if you’re interested in trying them out we recommend downloading the full resolution (2400×1080) images from the archive.