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Thread: Wallpaper HELP

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    Default Wallpaper HELP
    Anybody knows where can i find the location of the Stock Photos? Because i would like to add new Wallpapers in the same folder (not the menu background).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jodiedicie View Post
    /Library/Wallpaper
    can you teach me what will i do and is it ok to use JPG files? Why it has 2 same file like 114.PNG and 114thumbnail.png?

    Do you know where is the location of the other photos? can i add some photos directly via ibrikr without using iTunes Sync?

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    The difference between the two files is as stated in the naming scheme. The 114.png is the actual file (320x480) and the 114.thumbnail.png is a smaller thumbnail picture (75x75) used as a preview when you change your wallpaper in the settings/wallpaper on your phone.

    Whatever picture you want to add will need to be a png. i tried adding a jpg into the folder but was unable to see it when changing wallpapers.

    I don't use ibrikr so i am not sure how it handles adding files to your phone. I use either iFuntastic or Fugu - depending what i want to do. iFuntastic will automatically change the jpg to a png and add the corresponding thumbnail image. With Fugu i would need to add the picture then manually create a thumbnail via photoshop to add in.

    Pictures taken by the camera are located in the " /private/var/root/Media/DCIM" folder
    Pictures located in the photo albums are located in the "/private/var/root/Media/Photo" folder. I do not believe you can add pictures to this without a iTunes sync since they create a database and condense them.
    Last edited by oOXDreadXOo; 2008-01-07 at 07:31 AM.

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    thank you for very nice and very clear explanation.

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    No Worries, hope it helped

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