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Old July 13th, 2012, 08:10 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi I'm new to android as I'm coming from Nokia N900 which was running MAEMO os. I have a request is it possible for us to have desperate wallpapers for each individual screen so if all 7 screen are selected we can set separate wallpapers for each individual screen?

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sure is. I use an app called Multipicture live wallpaper. You do not have to worry about the picture size either as you can crop each individual screen. It is free in the app store.
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I've downloaded the Multipicture Live wallpaper but it doesn't allow me different pictures for each home screen
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As SUroot says................yes it does. Just spend some time getting used to the app..............lots going on in there
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sure is. I use an app called Multipicture live wallpaper. You do not have to worry about the picture size either as you can crop each individual screen. It is free in the app store.

Im a child, well excited about this.

Yaaaaaaaaaaaas

ETA Seems the app says it wont work on the S3 running the latest SW due to an error reporting the home screen, will keep an eye on this and hope it gets fixed.
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hmmmmmmmmm.........

I have the AT&T version running 4.1.1 and it works 100%.

Oh well...............sorry about that
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