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My live2d custom Live Wallpaper project (Android)

Beta Download: https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/18092757/CyrenBay/JewelLiveWallpaper.apk
Link is always updated with latest build, unless changed to google playstore. (though it will always say 1.0 lol)

This project is still in experimental/beta status,
What does it "currently" do:
  • Change background for day and night (background itself can also be custom from user phone gallery, works only with square/1:1 aspect, and seems to have less lag with *.png format).
  • Set the time of day and night based on the device time (hour based).
  • Set minimum and maximum battery percentage to display certain motion representing battery status.
Still has issues:
I've tried with my limited knowledge to suppress the memory usage(leaks??), still work in progress.

Installation:
  • since it is not yet on google playstore, to install, on your security settings-security, check allow/enable unknown sources.
  • The wallpaper setting can be applied/accessed through the wallpaper picker selection.
artwork by ronggo.deviantart.com

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