It is safe to say that there will come a time for ever smartphone user’s, even those who own Android Nougat handsets, that they would just love to have two different wallpapers at the same time. How is this possible? One for the home screen and one for the lock screen. Changing the wallpaper for the home screen might already become common knowledge for many, but there are those who do not know how to change the wallpaper on their lock screen. If you are such an individual, then read on to know how you can have different wallpapers on your home and lock screens on your smartphone with the latest Android operating system.
Learn How to Have Different Wallpapers for Your Lock and Home Screen For Your Android Nougat Handset
Step 1 – You might have noticed that you can only do this on a phone with Android Nougat as its operating system. This is because if you’re trying to do this on any other stock Android device, then you will only be able to change one wallpaper and it will affect both the lock and home screens at the same time. Therefore, if you want to change the lock screen only, then your phone would have to have the latest Android operating system running on it.
Step 2 – Next, on your Android N device, do a long-press on the home screen to bring up the launcher’s options menu. Once it does, tap on “Wallpapers.” Once the Wallpapers menu opens up, scroll through and choose a wallpaper that you would like to set. Should the image that you’re looking for is not on the list, tap on the “My photos” button to add a photo from the device’s storage.
Step 3 – Once you’ve made your selection, tap on it and then press the “Set wallpaper” button that will be located at the top left portion of the screen. After which, there will be a dialog box that will ask if you want to set the wallpaper for your Home screen, Lock screen, or both. In this case, you would want to go for the middle option to change the wallpaper on your device’s lock screen.
Step 4 – After the wallpaper has been properly set as your new lock screen wallpaper on your Android Nougat smartphone, it should bring you back to the home screen. If you want to change the wallpaper on your home screen instead, go do the aforementioned steps once more, but choose the first option this time around when asked where do you want to set your new wallpaper.
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