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Support Live Wallpaper Reset to Regular Wallpaper After Reboot

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by pchan, Sep 9, 2010.

  1. pchan

    pchan New Member
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    It seems like every time I reboot my phone, the live wallpaper is changed back to the last static wallpaper I have used.

    Does anyone else have this problems?

    Is this normal?
     

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  2. g3on3o

    g3on3o Member
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    I have the same problem.
     
  3. guinnessmike1

    guinnessmike1 New Member
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    I also have the same problem as does my wife who has the same brand new Galaxy S. I am guessing there must be something I need to do to lock the wallpaper, but the only option to lock it only allows you to lock a picture not the live wall paper. T-mobile tech support was suprised and said we both may have defective phones???
     
  4. DrPennington

    DrPennington Well-Known Member
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    Nope, but I also don't reboot my phone often.
     
  5. zost

    zost New Member
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    Some live wallpapers (on my Viewpad 7) do "survive" off-on sequence, some do not. Noboody knows why....
     
  6. sakubh

    sakubh Member
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    My default live wallpapers seem to stay put after rebooting, but the Video Live Wallpaper (lets you play videos saved on your phone/SD card as a live wallpaper - it's quite cool having bugs bunny on in the background!) always changes back to the last static wallpaper I used.

    It's easy enough to reset it and I don't reboot my phone that often so it's not that big an issue for me.
     
  7. jdroidt

    jdroidt New Member
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    I believe this has something to do with the live wallpapers stored either on the internal SD card, or an external SD card. Live Wallpapers that I have saved internally will remain after a reset, whereas the ones saved to external will revert back to a stock stagnant wallpaper.
     
  8. 2killu7x

    2killu7x New Member
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    unplug your sd card, then download the specific wallpaper from android market (so that the wallpaper is downloaded and saved into your phone system) then set your wallpaper...voila
     
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  9. m8a8n

    m8a8n New Member
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    when i added new applications on my samsung gal y, my wall paper used to have 3 divisions, suddenly it went to 5 divisions, then now 7, how can i remove this divisions? your help is very much appreciated. tnx in advance :D
     

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