TechPaper TechPaper v1.4

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Note: You need to enable this live wallpaper by clicking your home button, then click menu (settings button), select Live Wallpapers, then pick TechPaper from the list.

Tech Live Wallpaper is a 3D OpenGL rendered live wallpaper for your phone.

A mesmerizing view of flying through a blue electrical circuit path.

This is meant for newer devices that have the power to keep up with the changing views of TechPaper. This was tested on numerous single core devices (but meant for 1ghz+ newer devices).

If you experience any issues, please post a comment or send a note.

If you happen to test on an older device and find no issues, please post a comment.


Parental rating: 
Everyone (age 6 and over)
Default language: 
Trial version: 
"In-App" billing: 
With advertisements: 


Requires Google Play and/or account: 
Requires third-party libraries: 
Requires 'rooted' device: 
Target Android version: 
Android 2.3.3
Minimum Android version: 
Android 2.1
Minimum screen width: 
240 dpx
Requires features: 

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Great app, would highly recommend it!

Great app, would highly recommend it!

Great app, would highly recommend it!

v1.4 removes the need to unlock. Thanks for all those that did, proved that that type of unlocking method sucks. This wallpaper now has no permissions in relation to anything in regard to unlocking or ads.

I am working on v2.0 - which will be a fully rendered and dynamic wallpaper. It will also fix the delay bug when you set it where it takes about 6 seconds to actually start showing.

If you would like to see other features in 2.0, please post a comment, I actually do listen.

Color changing will be in 2.0. As well as actions on home screen change. (Plus a lot more!)

This was intended for higher powered devices, but seems to work well on outdated devices too. If you have trouble, please kindly post so that I can fix it. Works perfect on my Samsung Galaxy S2.

Also, the unlocking method was chosen to keep the app free. Give it a shot, I basically pick an app to install, install it, open it, exit, then uninstall it. Return to settings and give it a second to update. The unlock is permanent.

As for the unlocking, I would like to hear feedback on the method. Does it suck? Is it better than paying? Thanks!

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