Thursday, November 12, 2015

Tips on Getting Wallpapers Inside your iPhone (part 2 of 2)
Step 2 – Connect.
Next, you have to connect your phone to your computer. To do this, launch iTunes and then click on the tab indicating “Photos” then select “Sync from”. Based on the menu which popped-up, you are to do one of the following: choose iPhotos for Mac users or Photoshop for PC users. Choose a certain folder. Choose the “selected folders” or “albums” or “all photos” that you wanted to sync.

Step 3 – No sweat
After the endless saving and choosing of different apparent options, you are now on your final stage of your journey. Click on the icon “Photos”. By browsing through the different albums, pictures and camera roll, you’ll be able to find the picture that you want. Select that particular picture so it will be displayed in a larger size or full screen. Click on the icon that is found at the lower corner of the window. Don’t see the icon? Tap on the picture once in order to display the desired menus. Select the icon saying “select as wallpaper” then set it.

You can do the process all over again if you think that you want to change your wallpaper. This process also applies in iPod touch although there are certain situations which you will encounter that is not very similar to that of doing it to an iPhone.

This kind of customizing will give you more edge and adhere to expressing how your iPhone should be like. Don’t settle with the conventional type. Be different.

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