Sunday, 20 July 2014

Samsung Galaxy Star Advance - A Budget Smartphone Running Android KitKat

Samsung Galaxy Star Advance (SM-G350E) will go on sale in India next week in a black and white case for $120(Around Rs.7000). Of course, do not expect the phone anything outstanding. This is the usual budget phone with modest features and two slots for SIM-cards running Android 4.4 KitKat. Whether the machine is represented in other countries - not reported.


  • 4.3-inch LCD-display with a resolution of 800x480 pixels;
  • dual-core processor with a frequency of 1.2 GHz;
  • 512 MB of RAM;
  • 4GB internal memory + memory card slot microSD;
  • 3G HSPA +, Wi-Fi 802.11 b / g / n, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, FM-radio;
  • main camera: 3 megapixel, LED-flash;
  • OS: Android 4.4 KitKat;
  • Battery: 1800 mAh;
  • dimensions: 130,2 x 67,9 x 9,8 mm;
  • Weight: 138 grams.

The Night Vision Camera That Can Shoot In Color HD

The average consumer might not have too much use for a camera that’s capable of taking pictures and shooting videos in night vision mode, but its quite essential for journalists on the ground who often find it hard to capture and broadcast events transpiring in places where lighting isn’t exactly favorable. This is where Komamura Falcon Eye KC-2000 steps in. The company has been in this business for over 60 years and its latest product is nothing short of a game changer. The KC-2000 night vision camera is capable of shooting video and taking pictures in color HD, even if its actually almost pitch black.

The KC-2000 is weather sealed, making it immune to the elements. It works through a simple two-button operation, there aren’t a lot of settings to tinker with in order to make it do what it does best. Inside there’s a CMOS 2/3″ image sensor offering 1,280x720p HD resolution with a progressive scanning system and 250 percent dynamic range. Video is captured at 30 frames per second and compressed in H.264 while still images are put out in JPEG. Komamura will initially sell the Falcon Eye KC-2000 in Japan through a network of local dealers before it goes international, no pricing information is available at this point in time.

Monday, 7 July 2014

Vertu for Bentley - A Luxury Smartphone

Vertu is a British manufacturer and retailer of luxury mobile phones and Bentley Motors is a British luxury automaker. Bentley is teaming up with Vertu in a five-year partnership that will see the two firms work together to create ‘distinctive’ luxury smartphones.

Now previous Vertu smartphones have ran on Android, so it’s not far fetched to think that these won’t run Android as well. The smartphones will have a taste of Bentley, but also Bentley drivers will get some exclusive stuff with these four new smartphones. All of which are set to launch in October of this year.

Vertu says the new phones will feature elegant, eye-catching designs as well as premium materials in their construction. The phones will also be designed under the Vertu ethos of a ‘one world phone’ to ensure that owners have the optimum setup for peerless coverage no matter what region they’re in.

Wednesday, 4 June 2014

Stay In The Line White Tile - An Addictive Game from the makers of 2048

2048 is a single-player online game created by 19-year-old Italian web developer Gabriele Cirulli, in which the objective is to slide numbered tiles on a grid to combine them and create a tile with the number 2048. 2048 is one of the most addictive games like Temple Run, Candy Crush, etc.

Now the developers of 2048 - Estoty Entertainment Lab, have created a new Simple yet addictive game "Stay In The Line White Tile".

The Game has a series of white and black tiles. You just don't have to step on white tiles and try as fast as you can tap on black tiles to get to the finish. The quicker you tap, the faster the path moves. Tap on a white block and the game is over.

The Gameplay is simple but still its addictive. The "Stay In The Line White Tile" has different modes like Classic, Survival, Distance and Multiplayer. Like the 2048, the Nextpeer offers multiplayer gaming with your friends on Social networking sites and also Quick play with guests.

The Game is free to download, get it on Google Play store.

Friday, 30 May 2014

World's first Mobile phone with 5000mAh battery (1000 Hours Stand-by)

One of the most important characteristics that we look at a particular device is the battery and one of the most common complaints is that the battery does not last more than a day, especially when talking about high-end devices that are energy intensive.

Most flagships typically hold a maximum of two days and the battery manufacturers sacrifice on the altar of design.

How would you feel if you had a device which comes with a battery that reaches 5000mA; Next month will see these devices are certainly not coming from big companies like Samsung, Apple, Sony, HTC or LG but two rather unknown to us Chinese companies.

The first is the Chinese company Eton for which first heard April that prepares Eton Thor will have 5000mAh battery and will not be so bulky as to be expected, but its thickness will be in 9mm. As for technical features, has the octa-core chipset MediaTek MT6592, has 2GB RAM and Mali-450 GPU. However, it does not support LTE networks while we do not have any information on the screen.

The second company is also Chinese ThL (Technology Happy Life) which revealed the ThL 5000 the first Android smartphone that as seen from its name has 5000mAh battery. The ThL 5000 has 13MP sensor Sony IMX135. The ThL 5000 promises 1,000 hours standby, 47 hours talk time, 11 hours web browsing, 125 ώρες audio listening and 11.6 hours video play.

Both devices are expected to arrive in June with prices around $ 300 i.e. half of the current flagship.


The best LG phones in the last ten years

A few days ago the LG unveiled the LG G3 which is the first device from a large manufacturer that comes to Quad HD screen (1,440 x 2,560 pixels) and would logically follow Samsung, HTC and others. The LG G3 impresses not only with the screen, but generally the construction and characteristics.
So when the eyes are the LG these days, let's look at some of the best handsets from 2004 until today and how the company has evolved into the decade.
1. LG VX-8000 (2004)
The flip phones were very popular a decade ago and the LG had enough of them. The LG VX-8000 was one of the best released in 2004. With moto "never miss a thing", the LG VX-8000 has internal display 176 x 220 pixels and a smaller external display at 128 x 160 pixels, 1.3MP camera with Flash and Internet access.
2. LG VX-8100 (2005)
To LG VX-8100 had additional Bluetooth, stereo speakers and 1.3-megapixel camera with 8x digital zoom. Although it was criticized, for example, that is heavier than its predecessor, the Laptop magazine rated it 4 stars out of 5 mainly because of multimedia functions and faster data rate. With external display 128 × 128 pixels and an internal 176 × 220 pixels the LG VX-8100 was one of the most popular mobile in 2005.
3. LG Chocolate sliders (2006)
In 2006, LG released its new line of slider phones which named Chocolate. We saw models like VX8500, KG800 and KE800. Aimed primarily at young audiences by offering features such as touch keys, customizable music players and 2-inch screens.
4. LG Prada KE850 (2007)
In January 2007, LG released the LG Prada KE850, which was one of the first phones in the world that had capacitive touchscreen. The device has a 3 inch screen with a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels, Flash UI and external 2MP camera. The LG managed to sell 1 million Prada devices within 18 months after its release.
5. LG Renoir KC910 (2008)
The LG Renoir KC910 released in late 2008 and became the first full-touch mobile world with an 8MP outer camera. Moreover, he had a 3 inch touch screen with a resolution of 240 x 400 pixels, HSDPA connectivity, WI-Fi, MicroSD and 1,000 mAh battery.
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6. LG Arena KM900 (2009)
The LG Arena KM900 was the flagship of LG in 2009 and released earlier this year. It was the first device with 3D S-Class UI of LG. The screen remained at 3 inches, but the resolution was increased to 480 x 800 pixels. Other features were HSDPA, WI-Fi, 5MP camera and 8GB external expandable on-board memory. However, not even talking about Smartphone.
7. LG Optimus One (2010)
The LG Optimus One was among the first Android Smartphones in LG, released in November 2010 and was so popular that it sold more than 2 million by the end of 2010.'re not talking about a high - end device but the value was very attractive in combination with decent features. He 600MHz Qualcomm CPU, 3.2-inch HVGA screen, 512MB RAM and external 3MP camera.
8. LG Optimus 2X (2011)
Released early 2011, the LG Optimus 2X was the first dual-core Smartphone in the world (1GHz dual-core NVIDIA Tegra 2 chipset). It was also the first Android device from LG with 4-inch screen (480 x 800 pixels). He 512MB RAM, 8GB built-in memory and external 8MP camera with LED flash.
9. LG Optimus G (2012)
The 4.7-inch LG Optimus G is still "fresh" in our memory and is even available around the world. Appeared in late 2012 meant a new era for LG, Google is used as the reference point for the Nexus 4. Conceded very good reviews mainly because it was quick thanks to quad-core Snapdragon S4 and 2GB RAM, but also because of the good ratio-screen device.
10. LG G2 (2013)
Arrived at the 2013, LG G2 which of course considered the best LG handset for the past year. It is the first Android flagship LG does not use the name «Optimus» and of course the first device with the buttons on the back side. The LG G2 despite the 5.2-inch 1080p display, it is a compact device, is fast, has a great outdoor 13MP camera and very good battery too.
11. LG G3 (2014)
Finally, the LG G3 just released not have much to say, Undoubtedly has the best technology available for the LG this time culminating course Quad HD screen.

Thursday, 29 May 2014

Apple to Acquire Beats Electronics for $ 3 billion

Tech giant Apple has announced to acquire Beats Electronics - a major producer of headphones and audio equipment for $3 Billion. Apple will pay 2.6 billion in cash and 400 million shares. It is expected that the transaction will close in the next fiscal quarter. The acquisition is the largest in the history of the company.  founders of Beats Electronics, Dr. Dre and producer Jimmy Yovin, after completion of the transaction will join the team as an Apple employee.

In addition to production facilities for the manufacture of audio equipment premium Apple will own music service Beats Music, which can be integrated with iTunes. Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, said that the team will bring the musical component to a new level. During the interview, the Internet edition of Re / code Tim Cook said the following:

"We combine our outstanding team to continue to create the most innovative musical products, services worldwide."

Obviously, Apple is really interested in the services, which give unlimited access to music for a certain monthly fee. Earlier there were rumors that in 2010 Apple was in talks with various music companies to establish a similar service, but no such action to no avail.

Previously, Tim Cook said that the entire team Beats Electronics will join Apple and will work under the direction of Eddy Cue, senior vice president of Apple's software.

Tuesday, 27 May 2014

Top 5 Weird Nokia Mobile Phones

Nokia was the biggest seller of mobile phones before the rise of Androids. Nokia released its weirdest handsets in the mid 2000s. In fact, those were the years when most manufacturers made unusual phones. That’s because there were a lot of buttons that needed to be included on the front (or sides) of devices. Plus, there was no standard form factor for handsets. Flip phones, candy bars, sliders, swiveling phones - everything was a go, and manufacturers often combined design elements from these form factors.

I'm presenting my Top 5 Weird Nokia Phones and let me know which is your favorite. 

1. Nokia 7600

Nokia launched the 7600 (as its second 3G-capable phone) in the year 2003. The 7600 had bulky, leaf-like design which made it uncomfortable to hold in hand and it had a 2-inch display with 128 x 160 pixels, and a VGA camera.

2. Nokia 3620

The 3620, overall design resembling a TV remote control was released in 2003 Sporting screens with 176 x 208 pixels and Symbian Series 60 - thus being a smartphone.

3. Nokia 7280

Nokia 7280, aka the lipstick phone, literally looks like a lipstick - a quite large one, we must say. Released in 2005, the 7280 is just a feature phone, not a smartphone. It offers a small display with 208 x 104 pixels, and doesn’t have a keypad, instead providing a Navi-Spinner which makes text input a frustrating experience.

4. Nokia N-Gage

Nokia has been trying to create a portable gaming device, which resulted in a release number N-Gage in 2003. However, the device was not accepted by critics for several reasons, mainly because of the shape of the hull. Succeeded by N-Gage, released under the name N-Gage QD, was announced in 2004, but the company did not manage to change the opinion of users about the game series N-Gage.

5. Nokia E70, 6822, 6820, 6810, 6800

Introduced in 2002,  Nokia E70, 6822, 6820, 6810, 6800 were designed specially for SMS: the special design of the devices provide access to a full QWERTY-keyboard. Nokia E70, released in 2005, was considered a high-end device which was priced about $500 (₹30000) and was equipped with a 2.1-inch display with a resolution 416 X 352 pixels, 64 MB internal memory, 3G module and Wi-Fi, as well as 2 - megapixel camera.

Saturday, 3 May 2014

FretPen - Miniature Guitar for iPhone

The miniature guitar FretPen for iOS devices, despite its compact size, the guitar boasts enough sound to rock. The device has just one string, maple neck and four buttons for control via a special application for iOS. Interestingly, the guitar has a removable nozzle which can be turned into a normal pen. Thus, you can always write lyrics and play it on the guitar.

FretPen uses Bluetooth to connect to the iOS devices. The application has two modes: play and learning. In the Play mode several types of acoustic and electric guitar sounds and different effects are available and in learning mode the user can use the various lessons and training to learn play guitar.

The Kickstarter funding FretPen costs about $99 and you can get more details here.

Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Which Is The Best Selling Electronic Gadget Ever?!

Apple iPhone 5S - NO!

Samsung Galaxy S4 - NO!

Sony Xperia Z - NO!

As surprising as it might be, with over 250 million total sales, the basic dirt-cheap Nokia 1100 is actually the world’s most popular phone. Not just this - the Nokia 1100 is actually the best selling electronic gadget ever!

The Nokia 1100 had a monochrome display with support for 4 lines of text and a resolution of 96 x 65 pixels. It had no browser, no camera, no mobile data, basically, it was just a phone for calling and texting and it had 2 games on board, one of them being famous 'Snake'.

Among top smartphones, though, it’s probably no surprise that the Apple iPhone 5s is the single most popular gadget. Analysts estimate there are over 100 million iPhone 5s sold and that number will surely continue to grow, so we would not be surprised if one day in the future the iPhone 5s actually surpasses the Nokia 1100. This is just a guess, though, and even if that was to happen, it’d take years.

Do you still own one of these bad boys? Let me know in the comments...

Microsoft's keyboard with gesture support

One of the disadvantages to smaller keyboards, like those of the Microsoft Surface, is that they aren’t as big as full-sized keyboards meaning that using them can be a little cramped. The upside is that the Surface Touch Covers do come with built-in gesture support which we guess makes up for its small size.

Developers from Microsoft Research demonstrated a new input method Type-Hover-Swipe, allowing the keyboard to perceive gestures made over it. To do this in normal keyboard keys have been built between the infrared proximity sensors. These sensors allow you to control your computer using hand gestures at a small distance from the keyboard.

According to the description, “We propose the use of motion signatures a technique that utilizes pairs of motion history images and a random forest classifier to robustly recognize a large set of motion gestures. Our technique achieves a mean per-frame classification accuracy of 75:6% in leave–one–subject–out and 89:9% in half-test/half-training cross-validation.”

What do you guys think? Is this something you’d like to see in the future?

Tuesday, 15 April 2014

The Amazing Spider-Man 2 Android/iOS Game Arriving On 17th April

Gameloft has finally revealed the release date for 'The Amazing Spider-Man 2' game for Android, iOS and Windows Phone users. The mobile game will arrive on 17 April, and will be accessible via its respective app stores.

Last month, Gameloft and Marvel released the teaser trailer for the mobile game, which showcased some of the gameplay and villains such as Electro and Green Goblin, two arch-rivals of Spider-Man. The Amazing Spider-Man 2 also includes some of the other iconic villains from the Marvel universe.

This is the open-world sequel to Gameloft's first, Silver Award-winning mobile game adaptation of Marvel's arachnid-like superhero.

You'll be able to combo-hit all the goons you like, and sling as many webs around New York as you can handle. Probably while using an egregious number of Sony-brand products, if it's anything like the movie.

There's also a non-mobile version of the game that will be launching slightly closer to the moment the movie hits cinemas. It will be coming to 3DS (and every home console under the sun) on April 29th.

Thursday, 20 March 2014

IUNI U2: A $320 (INR 20K) Phone with Snapdragon 800, 3 GB RAM and 16MP Camera

IUNI, a spin-off brand of China's Gionee (known for making the current world's thinnest Smartphone), is preparing a very interesting handset IUNI U2 which has a 2.2 GHz Snapdragon 800 CPU, 3GB RAM, and a 4.7-inch 1080p display with a pixel density of 469PPI inside.

But that's not all. Reportedly, IUNI wanted to make the best single-handed metal-clad phone possible, so it machined a 0.4 inch (10.2mm) thick body that's 2.56 inches (65mm) wide and 5.38 inches (136.9mm) tall. There is a 10-degree fold at the phone's top and bottom, and the chamfer has a shiny "3D polish".

Perhaps the most interesting part about the IUNI U2, aside from its clean design, handy size, and powerful hardware, are the cameras. At the back, you have a 16 megapixel shooter with a f/2.2 aperture that is capable of recording 1080p videos in a full 60 fps frame rate. Flip it over and you will be greeted by a 4 megapixel f/2.0 camera. Don't let that number fool you, however, since the camera is actually an UltraPixel, the same technology being brandished by the HTC One, and soon the New HTC One. Perfect for those selfies.

The IUNI U2 will run on its own IUNI OS based on Android 4.3. IUNI say their OS is devoid of bloatware and clutter making it a fast and streamlined system.

Chinese E-commerce site Jingdong Mall will be selling the IUNI U2, the 32GB version with 3GB of RAM is just CN¥1, 999 (about $320) unsubsidized, whereas the 16GB version with 2GB RAM is just CN¥1, 799 (about $290). International sales yet unknown.

Monday, 3 March 2014

Karbonn to Launch Android-Windows Dual OS Smartphones

The desire of owning a mobile phone running on both Windows and Android is getting full-filled, the wonder is KARBONN is doing it. Karbonn is an Indian mobile phone making company which is famous for its budget phones.

Karbonn Mobiles is all set to launch dual-OS (operating system) devices, which will support both Android and Windows, by June.

The company has just signed the licence agreement with Microsoft to make Windows-based phones and will put this along with its existing Android system to bring out the dual-OS phones in about six months, the company's chairman Sudhir Hasija said.

Karbonn says that the new dual-OS device will be aimed at "office-going professionals and techies." The company currently imports its products from Taiwan and Korea, but is planning on opening a manufacturing facility in India. The company also announced that it plans on trying to bring in additional revenues by selling apps relating to Augmented Reality.

Sunday, 2 March 2014

WILL - A New Tech to Sharing Handwritten Notes

Wacom has been a leading supplier of pen tablets and interactive pen displays. Wacom has contributed to the evolution of creative: digital expressions, digital imaging, industrial design, games and movies.

WILL - Wacom Ink Layer Language is a single, cross-platform standard for sharing handwritten notes and sketches between users, regardless of whether they're using a stylus or a finger, an iPhone or a PC, an app or a browser. WILL captures a pen stroke's coordinates, pressure and the identity of its creator (through a unique "Pen ID"), as well as allowing the scribble to be edited by others. Users can also see other people's handwriting being created in real-time, i.e. we're not just talking about static images.

WILL is delivered by Wacom to partners as a Software Developer's Kit (SDK) to integrate into their hardware or software, ecosystem or enterprise infrastructure -- enabling everyone to speak the same universal inking language. WILL contains a set of development Application Programming Interfaces (API), to make use of hardware features. This, in particular, is one of the strengths that Wacom has developed over 20 years in pen input technology.

Saturday, 22 February 2014

Improve Samsung Galaxy S4's Audio and Video Recording Quality

This MOD helps you to get better Audio and Video Bitrate. The MOD also disables "Can't use flash on low battery" and "Low Battery" alert.




  1. Root you phone and backup all your data
  2. Download and Copy the MOD zip to you SD Card
  3. Reboot you phone into SD Card
  4. Install ZIP from SD Card
  5. Reboot and Enjoy !!! 
Note: This MOD works only on Samsung Galaxy S4 GT-I9500

Disclaimer: RK World will not be responsible, if your brick your device. Please have a backup before using any kind of MODs. 

Google will announce the Android 4.5 and Nexus 8 tablet in July

Google won't be using its annual I/O conference in June to announce the next, Android 4.5 version, claim insiders. The I/O event will be utilized to demonstrate a bunch of new Google services, while the Android-related announcements will be left for July.

The source, allegedly from Google's vast offices in Dublin, also tipped that his managers are talking a Nexus 8 tablet release, that will be used as a poster child for Android 4.5. Google is allegedly throwing in the towel on 7-inchers, due to the cutthroat competition that formed in that segment, and will take it up a notch, to the 8-inch realm. There's only a handful of Android slates in that market niche for now, like the Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Tab Pro 8.4, and LG’s G Pad 8.3, so the move might be warranted.

This rumor contradicts the previous speculation that Google will be ready with the first batch of two million Nexus 8 tablet units, built by Asus, by the end of April. Nothing is mentioned about the eventual specs of the rumored tablet, though we've heard before that the Nexus 8 might be using Intel's new mobile processors. There is also no word yet on its pricing scheme, or what will be the new features in the speculated Android 4.5 update, but we've got plenty of time for more leaks to happen between now and the summer.

Saturday, 15 February 2014

Mobile Phone Usage Has No Adverse Health Effects

An 11-year long UK study, encompassing 31 research projects worth $22.4 million (INR 138 Crores), produced a report which concludes that cell phone usage has no reported health effects, busting decades-old myths about wireless signals making us sick. The 60-page long report describes it has found “no evidence” that exposure to mobile network emissions during pregnancy increases the risk of developing cancer in early childhood, or that use of mobile phones can result in risk of leukemia.

We couldn't find anything about our favorite myth of all, which said that cell phones sitting in our pockets basically microwaved our private parts. However, we're now led to believe that they are safe from invisible harm as well.

Still, the report doesn't explicitly state that mobile users are entirely safe. The report ends by recommending further studying of possible impacts of mobile phone usage on kids, as well as potential adverse reflections on sleep and brain function. Thus, the research will continue with another long-term study, investigating whether there are any delayed adverse effects of mobile phone usage, which could become apparent only after years.

For the scientifically-inclined, the full report is available in the links below.

source: Mobile Telecommunications and Health Research Programme Report 2012

Sunday, 9 February 2014

How to Obtain GPS Coordinates On Your Phone?

A geographic coordinate system is a coordinate system that enables every location on the Earth to be specified by a set of numbers or letters. The coordinates are often chosen such that one of the numbers represents vertical position, and two or three of the numbers represent horizontal position.

A common choice of coordinates is latitude, longitude and elevation. These values can be obtained by using Global Positioning System (GPS) on your phone.

One Touch Location is an android/iOS application which lets you to obtain GPS coordinates and address of your location. The accuracy of the values depends on the quality of the GPS receiver on your phone. Sources of error include signal arrival time measurements, numerical calculations, atmospheric effects, ephemeris, and clock data, multipath signals, and natural and artificial interference.

Using One Touch Location you can also share your location in the form of a Google Maps link, letting others track you over time. Plus, there's a built-in feature that lets you discover places of interest nearby.

Download Links
One Touch Location - Android
One Touch Location - iOS

Saturday, 8 February 2014

Nokia X Running Android 4.1 Spotted

Nokia X (Normandy), has appeared on the CamSpeed database, the benchmark test of Sofica, with a pretty good score, indicating a fixed focus camera on the back, where the focusing time is essentially zero.

The forked Android-powered handset is said to sport a 5 MP snapper, though the resolution used for the CamSpeed test is 3 MP. It also should have 512 MB of RAM, 4 GB of internal memory expanded by a microSD card slot, as well as a 1500 mAh battery. It will be available in a dual-SIM version, codenamed RM-980, which is the one appearing on CamSpeed, and will arrive in six jolly colors, aimed at teens and emerging markets.

Nokia is allegedly reshuffling its MWC event plans after it became clear that Samsung decide to pull the Galaxy S5 unveiling forward to the expo timeframe, so it's unclear if and when Normandy will be unleashed. It is expected to be announced as part of the Asha family, presenting an interesting twist of fate for Nokia's budget portfolio, as it will be its first commercial handset with Android on it, albeit evidently a highly modified one.

Wednesday, 22 January 2014

Stock LG G2 Launcher for Nexus 5

LG G2's stock launcher with settings works like a charm on Google Nexus 5 running Android 4.4.2.



1) Transparent notification bar and Navigation UI.
2) 5X6 Grid.
3) Total 8 apps can be added in the Dock.
4) Pinch to zoom in zoom out.
5) Wallpaper Selection.
6) Adding widgets.
7) Screens can be removed.
8) Apps or Widgets can be removed from the homescreens.
9) Icons can be changed like real LG UI.
10) Widgets or app movements from screen to screen..


This Version will work only on the STOCK 4.4.2 ROM ONLY.

1) Modified the settings.xml to show all the options of the launcher.
2) Landscape mode added.
3) Added all the 7 Animations of the Launcher to choose.
4) Added Screen loop ON-OFF.
5) Landscape ON-OFF.
6) Themes can be chosen now.

  1. Download Launcher and Settings.
  2. Flash in Recovery
 This has been tested on Stock 4.4.2 ROM and OMNI ROM of Nexus 5. You can also try this on Nexus 4.

Disclaimer: I will not be responsible for anything that happens to your phone after following this post. You are doing this because you choose to and you alone are responsible for anything that may happen. Use at your own risk.