As soon as Google went live with the Android L Developer Preview images for Nexus 7 Wifi and Nexus 5 (GSM/LTE) in its Android developers page, devs all over the world naturally turned their attention towards leaking every single bit of Android L image on the web. And they’ve done it pretty quickly, I must say.
Today, apart from the new boot animation package, complete wallpaper collection (comprising of 11 high-res images), ringtones & alarm tones, new fonts, as well as APKs for all inbuilt apps, Keyboard and Play Store Velvet alongside Google Play Services 5.0. Moreover, complete system dump of Android L 5.0 for Nexus 5 has also been leaked out. Unbelievable, right?
Android L Goodies – Download Links
1. Keyboard APK
Click here (16.8MB) to download Keyboard APK file of Android L. It works on all devices with(out) root access. Just uninstall the previous Google keyboard and install this APK using the package installer. After that, you can apply this keyboard in your phone settings.
2. Built-in Apps
Click here (151MB) to download the all-in-one-zipped-file of APKs of all new inbuilt apps of Android L. Alternatively, all Android L apps are also available separately here. Currently, the apps which have been found to be fully compatible include Google Home, Google Now, Keyboard, Camera, Youtube, Play music, Play services, Search, Sound search, Gmail and Clock whereas the apps which aren’t compatible are Google Earth, Calculator and Chrome.
3. Ringtones & Other UI Sounds
Click here (3.1MB) to download Android L ringtones, alarm tones, notifications & other UI sounds (camera, keyboard, lock, battery, etc.).
Click here (11MB) to download Android L Developer Preview TTF fonts package.
5. Wallpaper Collection
Click here (13MB) to download Android L’s 11 high-res wallpapers including one signature wallpaper.
6. Play Store and Play Services 5.0
Android L Dump File
System dump file of Android L Developer Preview (5.0) for Nexus 5 (GSM/LTE) can be downloaded here. This dump file should not be flashed on any device!
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