Google Live Wallpaper App compatibility for the old Pixel phones has been restored with new update

Do you remember those interesting live wallpapers in Android phones that would show some movement either detected by touch or gyroscope of the phone? But the problem was the battery of that time that could not sustain those things for so long eventually affecting the performance of the phone. This news is also about wallpaper, Pixel Live Wallpapers App that works on Pixel phones developed by Google.

What’s the issue?

Recently just a week ago Google rolled out a new version of the Pixel Live Wallpapers app for Pixel users. But somehow this update caused the app to lose compatibility with older Pixel devices. After this update users came forth to report that they were unable to find out the application on Play Store. The reason behind this is not known though it can be a bug because of a new update or can be a deliberate step too.

Is it solved?

The issue has been resolved with the release of the next update and the compatibility of this app for the older Pixel phone has been restored. If you want to change the wallpaper on your Pixel devices you need to navigate to setting>Wallpaper and Settings>change wallpapers. This app lets you download your favorite live wallpapers. You can also customize some live wallpapers by changing the color adding location and more.

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