is it possible to have NO wallpaper?

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  1. drumtrucker

    drumtrucker Well-Known Member
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    On my PC desktop I can choose to have NO wallpaper. Is this possible on Droid? If not, add to list of requests
     

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  2. holmgren

    holmgren Well-Known Member
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    you could just make a blank color wallpaper could you not?
     
  3. Backnblack

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    just create a wallpaper of whatever color your want..
     
  4. BLOWNCO

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    why don't you just cover the camera take a pic on choose that as your background
     
  5. drumtrucker

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    Looking at using DxTop which is having wallpaper issues which made me think to ask this.
     
  6. Brucem9999

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    Saw your post about "blank" wallpaper...

    If you're still looking for a good solution, try COLORS from the app store. It has just plain color backgrounds.
     
  7. loomer

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    Is this really a solution to what the OP is asking?
     
  8. takeshi

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    Yup. It might not be the most sophisticated or elegant solution but it is a solution.
     
  9. gnath9

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    I like a solid black wallpaper so I just went to google images and typed in "black" then filter results by size. This is how I get all my wallpapers.
     
  10. Brettus

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    It absolutely is a solution. If all he/she wants is a black background, I would say there is no easier way. Finding a black picture on the internet would require you to open browser, search, find a good picture, save it, open the gallery, set the wallpaper. The camera way you open camera, take picture, go to gallery, set as wallpaper.
     
  11. messenger13

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    Black wallpaper = take a pic with your finger over the lens. nice. :)
     
  12. loomer

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    He asked if there is a way to choose to have no wallpaper as an option. He didn't ask if he could have black wallpaper.
     
  13. gnath9

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    even if you could choose "none" would'nt you still need to select a color or would it just be white ?
     
  14. OMJ

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    There has to be something there. A solid color wallpaper is the closest you will get to no wallpaper. If there was an option for no wallpaper all that would actually be happening is it would be using a black image as the wallpaper or some other color. Thats what windows does essentially.
     
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  15. grainysand

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    Okay? What would a "no wallpaper" homescreen look like then? A transparent background that lets you see the phone's internals? :p

    Better contact dxTop's dev and poke him about wallpaper problems, if there are any.
     
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  16. slider5634

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    THIS!!! ^^^

    Not to get OT, but has anyone considered disassembling their phone and arranging the internals so you could take a top view picture of them and use it as a wallpaper? That way it looks like you're seeing straight through into the phone. That would be awesome!!!
     
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  17. gnath9

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    That would be so cool !!! :rolleyes:
     
  18. ontheriver

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    No, but that's a great idea!!
    How bout we open up YOUR phone, and we'll snap the picture with
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    I'll share the photo with you if you were able to get it all back together.
    Correctly...
    :D
     
  19. gnath9

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    there is a paid live wallpaper in the market that looks like a circut board with lights and is interactive.
     
  20. slider5634

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    Honestly, I'm completely up for that. I love taking things apart!!! And I have an 80% success rate at reassembly. So, LETS GO!!! Tell me when and where... :p :D
     
  21. grainysand

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    Yep, I've got the aCircuit Board live wallpaper. Very cool too; it's got fans and LED indicators and everything, and reacts to touches.
     
  22. asphalt cowboy

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    o just use the black one from launcher pro. its not solid but close to it.
     
  23. pksiv

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    is that displaying a picture, even a black one, or live wallpaper requires power, even if only a very small amount. No Wallpaper would not require any power.
     
  24. Lock-N-Load

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    if you had no wallpaper, would you see thru into the computer chip and electronics :)
     
  25. nader2013

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    I think there has to be a default background... it has to display something. Taking no battery would require dimming of the whole screen, you can't just dim parts of a screen.
     

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