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Google Nexus S Live Wallpaper Ripped, Released for All

By Evan Blass December 15, 2010, 9:39 am

Ripped goodies keep appearing from the Android 2.3 Gingerbread SDK and now the Gingerbread-powered Google Nexus S, with XDA member dapoharoun posting the only new live wallpaper included with this build. As the image suggests, the so-called "Nexus" paper delivers the same "peek inside the neural network" as earlier versions, but with an updated look. Apparently the wallpaper still responds to a user's touch, although installation is not totally straightforward, requiring a rooted device and the replacement of a stock APK. If you're willing to wait, the new Nexus will probably be available for regular installation in short order.


Source: XDA


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