The Android L Preview is a pretty exciting development, for the first time, we’re getting a look behind the curtain at what Google is cooking up for the L release of Android before it’s officially ready. With a massive developer community, it was only a matter of time before that release was rooted, and the apps, wallpapers, ringtones, fonts and boot animation from the Android L Preview were pulled and released for anyone running KitKat/JellyBean to flash to their device.
There’s all the apps you want (Chrome and Google Earth are not quite ready, with both force closing), including the new Keyboard, Play Services and Google Play Store, as well as the new wallpapers and more all thanks to senior XDA member ivan123.
The boot animation is of course pretty cool, showing that new Android logo which leaked in the LG G Watch system dump a few weeks back.
If you’re running Android 4.1 or later, you can try the downloads, which are available as a bulk download or on a per app/feature basis in the XDA-Developers thread. Be warned, it could completely not work,so make sure you have backed up your device before trying any of them out.