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Syanide

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Beautiful. Nice example of a detailed icon set done right.

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beanboy89

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Changed some things up. The light background makes things look pretty clean.

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Denis W.

Shots from my phone:

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edit: Went for a more spacey theme.

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Redmak

Vintage

 

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beanboy89

Tablet.

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McKay

My Note 3, haven't done much with it. 

 

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Vvo

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Phone:Samsung Vibrant 

OS: Android 4.3 (carbon rom)

Widgetlocker Lockscreen wall: model: Erin Skye

Widgets:smooth calander, battery, UCCW, setcpu, dashclock widget

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techbeck

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Got a link to the wall?

Thanks

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Jan

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Stock Nexus 5

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+Frank B.

Nexus 5:

 

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techbeck

Just updated to 4.4 on my 2013 N7.

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Arceles

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'From the newly released walkman NWZ F886

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+Frank B.

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revanmj

Early build of CyanogenMod 11 (based on KitKat) on my GNex :)

 

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KRazpopov

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Nexus 7 2012

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Denis W.

December theme for my phone and tab:

 

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+Matthew

Keeping it simple.

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Early build of CyanogenMod 11 (based on KitKat) on my GNex :)

 

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How does it run now, has CM11 still got graphical glitches on the Galaxy Nexus?

Also is the clock widget / background part of CM11? Looks really nice!

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