Samsung galaxy s2 wallpaper and lock screen


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    yhamomartinez New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Hi.. My first time to post on this site ..hope you can help me,,

    I have a samsung galaxy s 2 phone....i have a problem because when i change my home screen wallpaper it automatically change the lock screen too...

    How can i change the settings not to change both...pplease help...
     

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    Danny_Boy82 Well-Known Member

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    KTZ811 New Member

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    I just got an SGS2 and mine works just fine. You may want to reset the entire phone and try again.
     
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  4. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor Guide

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    Just go to the settings under display. Usually the wallpaper for lockscreen is defaulted to "none", so it copies the homescreen wallpaper.
     
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    yhamomartinez New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanx for the reply i want to format it but it will deleted all the apps that already save their...
     
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    yhamomartinez New Member This Topic's Starter

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    If i reset my phone it will erase all the data their..
     
  7. Mada

    Mada Well-Known Member

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    By default, you cannot have a different home screen wallpaper and lock screen wallpaper. (at least that's the way it is on my Galaxy 1)

    While I have never used this particular application, if the person claims you can have two different wallpapers, then you might want to take a look at it, if spending money is worth it.

    Rooting is another alternative for the solution, but requires much much more knowledge.
     
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    MJC UK Well-Known Member

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    Widget locker is brilliant. You can choose a seperate wallpaper, add widgets, apps or short cuts plus a wealth of unlock sliders
     
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    That sounds nice but I want no part of my phone accessible before the lock screen, as I use the pattern lock.
     
  10. meme405

    meme405 Well-Known Member

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    You can make it force you to enter the pattern lock before it shortcuts you to that application.

    This is a great application, any thing you can think of doing with it or anything you dont want to be done with it can be changed.
     
  11. chanchan05

    chanchan05 The Doctor Guide

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    You can also disable interactions for widgets on widget locker so touching them wont open anything.

    You can also put in an invisible slider. LOL.
     
  12. Sierra255

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    I know you can change the lock screen background and the background for home screen on a stock Galaxy S2. I have one. Go to Settings -> Display -> Screen Display. From there you can choose which wallpaper you want for each.
     

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