Customized Galaxy Nexus
Took me all day to create this screen on my phone! The right side scrolls upwards to show more Google Grids. :) Going to share a few video links and app links for customizing your Android device. Be aware that some of the apps I use are pay apps.
In order to re-create the screen I posted, you will need to view a few videos on how to use the apps (grab a drink and a snack, some vids are long!). Be certain to read the video descriptions as they may contain links for things that you need (wallpaper or other resources etc.);
ssLauncher the Original [vid tutorial] An FYI: There is no other launcher out there that allows you this much precision when it comes to placing items/widgets on your screen.
Play Store links and resource files you will need: UCCW, ssLauncher the Original [$3.99 USD)] & The original files and wallpaper by Yihaomizhij
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So I’m searching on Amazon for a little Android key-chain, and I run across one that is actually a card reader. Cute idea, but in the picture they have to show it off it’s sitting against an iPhone. Seriously?
My Galaxy Nexus
I’ve been experimenting with the UCCW and SSLauncher apps from the Play Store in an effort to create a more workable homescreen that’s not full of boring icons. If you’ve ever been over to My Color Screen, you’ll know that there’s tons of inspiration over there. A lot of the users also offer up their PSD’s and other files for us to use in order to recreate or expound upon new and exciting screens.
I was able to download ThangLD69s PSD file, but the UCCW file wasn’t the right one so I had to create those from scratch. The PSD file is heavily edited, but still possesses the light and serene feel that he originally added to the file.
Altavizta’s lockscreen has become quite popular, so you will more than likely see several different renditions of it all over the place. All of them very good, too! I also edited his PSD file to match my homescreen.
Original Green Leaves, and Mirip Lockscreen.
A possible cure for HIV. Now that is some pretty amazing news!
Timothy Ray Brown, a native of Seattle who was the first person cured of the AIDS virus, is joining with scientists at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center to help extend the cure to others.
Early reports identified him only as “the Berlin patient.” But Timothy Ray Brown, the first person cured of HIV, was born and raised in Seattle.
Now, Brown is returning to his hometown to help boost efforts at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center and elsewhere to extend the cure to others.
Continue reading the article from The Seattle Times….