The Army wallpaper has been a staple of Android 4, so it makes sense that Google would want to get it out of the way, right?
Not really, because the wallpaper has become so pervasive in Android, it’s impossible to ignore.
It’s a bit of a nuisance, too, with some of the Android 4 wallpaper themes having been a constant source of frustration and frustration.
Google recently announced that it was removing the Army from its wallpaper options, and in the past, some users have even reported the wallpaper not being properly updated to include any of the latest Google services.
The wallpaper changes have been rolling out slowly over the past few weeks, and users can see that Google is not doing a great job at getting it out.
It seems like every time Google updates a version of Android, a new wallpaper gets removed.
The Army is just one of the reasons why, as Google has now removed it from the Android wallpaper options.
While the wallpaper removal has already taken place, it hasn’t really made a difference in terms of battery life, since it doesn’t affect the amount of time that users have to spend on a single screen.
So the Army is still there.
Google did note that the Army has been removed from Android 4 for now, but that it will be removed from the upcoming version of the OS.
We’ll have to wait and see what Google plans to do with it in the future.
Google’s wallpaper removal is a bit sad news, since we’re still waiting on Google to fix the Army problem.
It doesn’t take much to make the Army look bad, but the company needs to do a better job of removing the wallpaper, not just for now.
Source: Google News