One of the benefits of going with an Android phone for your daily driver is that you’ve got an almost limitless number of ways to customise it.

While iOS remains mostly locked down in terms of how you can tweak its look and feel – even after iOS 14’s changes – Android lets you plot a pixel-by-pixel remake of your device, if you want.

From simply changing the wallpaper to installing a completely different launcher, you’ve got plenty of options – and it can make you feel like you’ve gone out and bought a brand new phone, without any of the associated costs.

Whether you’re an Android veteran or a complete newbie when it comes to Google’s mobile operating system, we’ll guide you through some of the best customisation options available. Some will take you

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