Android L is currently in the works and being sampled by a limited group of Nexus toting developers. If you’re suffering from a case of L envy and a Nexus 5 or 7 aren’t within reach, there’s now a way to bring the software’s look and feel to devices stuck on Jelly Bean or KitKat. An XDA member called “Adhi1419” has put together a theme that emulates most of Android L’s appearance, including its status bar icons, settings, calculator and ringtones.

Toss in L’s keyboard and you’ve got yourself a genuine knockoff Android L handset. If you decide to take this theme for a spin, your device will need Xposed Framework support and some users are experiencing issues with various ROMs, so there may be a hiccup or two along the way. However, if you’re not moved by a slight challenge and your phone could use a makeover, head on over to the source link below to get started.

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