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  1. SamMax

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    I searched the forums for this and I couldn't find what I was looking for. Has anyone figured out the best way to resize pictures so they fit the Droids native screen size, so I can see the image full screen?

    Sorry if this has been covered already...
     

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    The resolution for the three home screens is 960x854, if you're looking to make a wallpaper. When you're asked to crop, just drag the selection to the whole image and it should fit perfectly. Alternatively you could download the Backgrounds app, which is fairly decent for finding a wallpaper.

    The single screen resolution is 480x854.
     
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    I was really looking for a way to resize my family pics so they were compressed but were still at the correct resolution. I'm just not sure what the best program is to use to resize pics on my computer.
     
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    I don't know what's the best or the easiest but I use photoshop, which is probably the most expensive.
     
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    If you want an alternative to Photoshop, try GIMP - it's completely free.

    GIMP - Downloads

    You could also try Picasa, though I've never used it.
     
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