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Old Man Pickle

Nexus 5 (running CM11 with Nova Launcher)

Wallpaper from mantia.me

Icons are call Voxel

 

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Nexus 5

CM11 Latest Nightly

Dashclock Widget

Nova Launcher

Morena - Flat Icon Pack (wall included in the pack) Download: http://goo.gl/eRnMhT

 

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beanboy89

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Nexus 7. CM11. Google Experience Launcher. Chronus Widget.

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uberjon

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 (N7100) on Stock 4.3

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AsherGZ

Going for a little Android look on my Lumia!

 

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Geoffrey B.

Windows Phone 8.1 (Dev Preview)

Nokia Lumia 928

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Geoffrey B.

Nokia Lumia 928

Windows Phone 8.1 Dev Preview

 

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I have attached the wallpaper as well if anyone else wants it.. i found it on wallbase.cc

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beanboy89

Just got a Nexus 5!

 

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Getting jealous of the Windows Phone 8.1 screenshots. It's probably time for me to switch back to Windows Phone. 

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+Frank B.

Setting up my new gadget. Yes, the SIM card is still in the old phone.

 

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+Frank B.

Fully configured it looks like this:

 

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Phone model: Sony Xperia Z2

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david

Device: Nexus 4

ROM: SlimKat (4.4.2 KitKat)

Kernel: FK.204 with OTG

Launcher: Nova Prime

Video of home screen: https://vidd.me/WRu

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Jamushroom

Got my iPad Air around January but never actually posted a screenshot of it. So here are my first two, with my own custom-made wallpaper!

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As it turns out the Google Now launcher works on the Xperia Z2, despite the Play Store claiming it's not compatible.

 

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