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OmriDee

Allison (Crystal Reed) from Teen Wolf & ringtone opening theme.  :)

 

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+Matthew

Samsung Galaxy S3

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Redmak

Nice, i like all of this.

 

Widget, Wallpaper & Icons?

 

Thanks

 

Zooper widget & wallpaper wallpaper.zip

Minimal UI icons

new one :)

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+Ichigo+

Samsung Galaxy S3

What icons are you using

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+Frank B.

Nothing too exciting. Android 4.3, Yahoo! Weather widget.

 

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Redmak

what clock is that?

Zooper widget. The clock (with wallpaper) file is attached to the post

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+Frank B.

2013 Nexus 7. (Yes, I had it delivered to work and it's slow enough atm for me to set it up.) 

 

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McKay

Opp Find 5 running PAC ROM.

 

(Resized from 1920x1080)

 

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Denis W.

Thought this wall was quite fitting. It's on the first page of wallpapers on InterfaceLift.

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theDUD3

That quote from viktor frankl, is it some kind of app that serves those quotes.

If so, which one?

Brilliant Quotes app from the playstore.

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TheGhostWalker

Brilliant Quotes app from the playstore.

 

Thanks :D!

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beanboy89

Playing around with Windows Phone...

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Draconian Guppy

been going crazy trying different launcher for the Galaxy S4, so far, Buzz Launcher does the trick, but man, getting icons to display info ( such as received whatsapp and skype messages) is a pain in the arse for a n00b like myself.

 

If anyone can recommend a simple themed launcher which looks anything like the below, i'd love to try... 

 

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WIP

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Nasty alarm widget ruining everything:

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Default lock:

 

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remixedcat

Samsung Galaxy Nexus 32GB Android Jelly Bean 4.2.1

 

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tsupersonic

What clock widget is that?

It's a HTC Sense clock widget. 

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Geoffrey B.

Here is my current one, very bland, do not use many live tiles.

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Nokia Lumia 928 Windows Phone 8 GDR2 (Amber)

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