Just like a pack full of chocolates, for all Android lovers having wallpapers of other fellow android phones is just a treat. Last time we saw on how you can make use of wallpapers of phones like LG Optimus 2x, HTC Thunderbolt, Samsung Galaxy S2 as well as the Samsung Gem and any more such Android phones. The wallpapers which we will be looking out in this article are the default wallpapers or the stock wallpapers of the Motorola Droid X2 and the same can be installed in any of the Android mobile phones irrespective of the Android version like Eclair, Froyo, Gingerbread etc. as even on older versions like 1.5 as well as 1.6 Android version laden phones can too sport all the wallpapers which are shown in the below screen shot.
Please note the wallpapers of the Motorola Droid X2 which are the stock wallpapers doesn’t contain any Live Wallpapers due to which there becomes the flexibility in accommodating all of the 30 wallpapers which are shown below on any Android phone. The 30 wallpapers are X, Bounce, Bubbles, Candle, Caustic, Chrome, Deye, Droid, Droid 2, Droid X, Droid Xtreme, Edge, Escape, Extreme, Fast, Fort, Melt2, metal, micro, nature, playa, red, rust, rusty, sound, stucco, trace, ufo, venus, waterproof.
- First of all you will have to download the Motorola Droid X2 Wallpapers file package which contains the 30 wallpapers of Motorola Droid X2 in your computer. Please note that you should not directly download this zip file on your Android phone as this file is a password protected file and hence will face some issues in the Android phone as protected files have some issues while opening the same in the Android phone.
- After downloading the zip file, you will have to unzip the same to get all the 30 wallpapers, while unzipping the folder if you are prompted to enter the password then you will have to enter the password as “androidadvices.com”
- Now, after this you will have to connect your Android phone with the computer with the help of USB cable and the you will have to explore the phone in your computer so that you can create a folder named “Wallpapers” and then copy all the extracted wallpapers into this folder.
That’s it as soon as you copy all the wallpapers, you are all set to use them on your phone. Just disconnect the phone which is connected with the computer and then go to the file manager which is there in the phone and just open the folder which is named as the “Wallpapers”, after opening the wallpapers folder you will see that all the 30 wallpapers along with the older wallpapers if there are any will be listed in this folder. To set these wallpapers as your Android phone’s wallpaper, just open the same and long press on the desired wallpaper which you wish to set it as the wallpaper and choose the option as “Set as” and choose the option of “Home screen wallpaper” or even “Lock Screen Wallpaper” or any as per your choice.