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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by eugchen, Sep 3, 2020.

  1. eugchen

    eugchen Newbie
    Thread Starter

    i downloaded the app called Custom AOD and it lets me pick preset images. is there anyway for me to insert my own image as the AOD image? thank you

  2. Dannydet

    Dannydet Extreme Android User

    Does the app let you store your own images in its own folder? Using a file manager app and check it out. Otherwise,
    1. 1 Swipe up on the home screen, to access your apps.
    2. 2 Tap Settings.
    3. 3 Tap Lock screen.
    4. 4 Tap Clock style.
    5. 5 Tap Always on display.
    6. 6 Swipe through the clock styles until you find one with a GIF or an image. ...
    7. 7 To use your own image or GIF, tap the + icon.
    8. 8 Tap the app where the image you want to use is saved.
  3. eugchen

    eugchen Newbie
    Thread Starter

    ok i tried this, but it only changes the image for the "clock" section, which is a small section in the middle of the AOD. how do i change the entire background wallpaper of the AOD to show my own images?
  4. kokiangel

    kokiangel Android Expert

    I downloaded AOD-Walls from the google play store and can add my own full screen images to my AOD now.
    olbriar and Dannydet like this.

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