Custom Wallpaper


beautiful homescreens


to build your own
  • theDroidfanatic
  • JayDean03

    @theDroidfanatic you get mad props for this. you provided EVERYTHING in your shot, Thanks.

  • theDroidfanatic

    @JayDean03 Thanks a lot mate :D Thanks for liking and following :) Do check out my other few screens too :)

  • Ahmad3000

    amazing set-up bro, can you tell me the name of the font you used in that minimalistic text widget? thanks.

  • theDroidfanatic

    @Ahmad3000 thanks! Its called honey script :)

  • killrgummibear

    @theDroidfanatic this is awesome. where do you place the fonts so they show up in minimalistic text?

  • theDroidfanatic

    @killrgummibear Thanks! :D In Minimalistic Text, Press the menu button, go to Global Settings, scroll down, and in the fonts settings, select the folder in which you have your fonts :)

  • theDroidfanatic

    Thanks a lot guys! This ended up in the ‘Popular’ section :)

  • alecatta

    Finally I have found what I’m looking for…. ;-) Very nice!!!

  • theDroidfanatic

    @alecatta thanks a lot mate! :D


  1. 1. Extract the zip onto your phone’s sdcard.
  2. 2. Copy the apex_settings.bak file to Android/data/apexlauncher in your SD Card.
  3. 3. Then go to Apex settings, Advanced Settings, and choose restore, and tap 'restore settings.'
  4. 4. Then, copy the Clock.mtpref from the zip into your SDcard, in /MinimalisticTextPreferences/.
  5. 5. Add a Minimalistic Text widget to your homescreen, select restore, and choose ‘Clock.
  6. 6. Resize it to your liking
  7. 7. Apply the icons from the zip onto the apps you’d like, and place them on your homescreen as in the screenshot.
  8. 8. Lastly, apply the wallpaper, also found in the zip.
  9. 9. ENJOY! :D
Date Added: Thursday, October 4th, 2012 at 11:41 pm