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    Default Motoblur on ICS?

    Not sure if this is the right place for this. I do not wanna do this but a friend has used Moto phones for years and wanted to know if there is anyway to hack on the Blur UI overtop of the stock Nexus? Don't know if it can be done or has been done...he was curious and I figured I'd ask the genius minds here.
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    Its probably possible but I don't think its been done before...Im not sure any dev would want to do that. Blur has a bad rap. It has been done with sense on a few devices

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    On behalf of the Galaxy Nexus community please slap him.... HARD
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    LoL who would wana put Motoblur on this phone hahahahaha
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    If your "friend" really wanted this, you could prob theme ADW launcher to resemble Moto, but that's about as close as it's going to get.
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    Quote Originally Posted by digitalslacker View Post
    Its probably possible but I don't think its been done before...Im not sure any dev would want to do that. Blur has a bad rap. It has been done with sense on a few devices

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    O.....M.....G...
    Serious?
    I wouldn't want my phone to be slower, ugly, laggy, and less user friendly. imo
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    Quote Originally Posted by bbhybridchris View Post
    Not sure if this is the right place for this. I do not wanna do this but a friend has used Moto phones for years and wanted to know if there is anyway to hack on the Blur UI overtop of the stock Nexus? Don't know if it can be done or has been done...he was curious and I figured I'd ask the genius minds here.
    That's a good way to absolutely slaughter a great looking UI. Not sure why anyone would even think about doing that. Pretty much defeats the whole purpose of a Nexus. Tell him to buy a Razr, it'll get ICS with that crap blur on top of it.
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    Haha... as you can tell from the responses, OP, that's a sickening idea

    But no, you wouldn't be able to anyway because Moto still has to finish designing what will become Blur on ICS. It's not as simple as taking some blur files and sticking them in there, they are going to need to decide how much influence they want over it for their phones and that's why its going to take them a good while to update the current line of phones to ICS. Like someone else said, there will probably be theming options available but that's about it.

    And yeah, your buddy would not want blur ruining ICS. Not one bit.
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    Its a terrible idea! But I do own a thunderbolt and there is a dev working on this it boots up but with many problems so i would think its possible

    http://rootzwiki.com/topic/5589-wipdevproof-of-concept-ninjablur-tbolt-port-updated-121111/

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    the only piece of blur i want is the camcorder and the settings that came with that. i go to a lot of concerts and like to take videos and the blur camcorder app had "concert" setting video options that actually didnt distort the sound from being so loud

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