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How To Different Wallpapers

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by speed0789, Nov 15, 2009.

  1. speed0789

    speed0789 New Member
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    Hello all, my question is, there are three "pages" of screens currently on the Droid. Can I have a different wallpaper for each screen or must I have the same wallpaper for all three? And, if I can have different wallpapers, how do I do it? :rolleyes:
     

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  2. justjimjpc

    justjimjpc Premium Member
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    Only one wallpaper at time ... covers all three screens ...

    Long press and empty area of the screen and a pop menu will appear ... Select Wallpaper ...


     
  3. thegreen

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    I haven't done much photo editing, but I'm sure there must be a way to 'stitch' three photos side by side as one photo, then save as a background so each photo appears on each screen. I (and others) might be interested in knowing how to do it, so hopefully someone will post instructions.
     
  4. blazingwolf

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    Not really. The center image uses portions of the right and left screens. So if you do this the center image will be a combination of 3 different images.
     
  5. ty shoes

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    You could use Photoshop to join the three photos, re-size and then save as a single file.
     
  6. shizzy1427

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    Like the post above yours correctly stated. The center screen uses portions of the right and left screen, so this wouldn't work. There is an app called Wallpaper Plus (i believe this is the name) that claims to do this. And works i guess, but it degrades picture quality for some reason, so i don't use it
     
  7. ty shoes

    ty shoes Active Member
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    Ah yes, I get it now.
    You wouldn't get three separate pictures, just three different perspectives of the same image.
     

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