The Asus Eee Pad Transformer has a few special tricks up its sleeve including the ability to connect to a keyboard docking station for easier text entry and longer battery life. But Asus also loaded up the tablet with a nifty live wallpaper called “My Water” which shows a water line and some ice cubes. Move the tablet and the water moves with it. And as your battery life drains, the water level gets lower.

Xda-developers forum member sano614 grabbed the live wallpaper from the Eee Pad Transformer and posted it online so that anyone with a Honeycomb tablet can install it.

While he was at it, he also grabbed the Asus Weather widget which provides current weather conditions and a brief forecast in nice big letters on your home screen.

I tried installing both apps on a Motorola XOOM tablet and had no problems at all. Unfortunately when I tried installing them on my Nexus One smartphone running Android 2.3.3, the weather widget simply wouldn’t install. The My Water wallpaper did install, but I got an error every time I tried to load it.

via Droid Life

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4 replies on “Install the Asus Eee Pad Transformer wallpaper, weather widget on any Honeycomb tablet”

  1. Can’t find an Eee Pad to save my life. Think I’m going to give up and get the Iconia instead.  Costs me about the same, and I dig that the Iconia has a USB port.

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