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How to Automatically Change Wallpaper On Android

Automatically Change Wallpaper On Android
Written by Hassan Abbas

Automatically Change Wallpaper On Android: Not all spend their time supporting their Android device to its potential. But modifying the wallpaper is like we all love, geeks or not. We also talk about some of the best wallpapers apps on Android in the past. And we also know you can’t care about to try new wallpapers every day.

Let’s view how to modify your Android device’s wallpaper automatically at regular intervals. Whether your own set of selected wallpapers or random ones.

How to Automatically Change Wallpaper On Android at Regular Intervals

The following article will help you to create a wallpaper playlist. Once new wallpapers will be set automatically on your Android device.

Using Google Wallpapers

Google also offers the Wallpapers app that comes pre-installed on most Android devices and has its collection of wallpapers across different categories. You can also create a wallpaper playlist by turning ON the Daily wallpaper feature inside the app. Here’s how:

Step 1:

Firstly, Download and install the Google Wallpapers app from Google Play and then open the app.

Step 2:

Click on any of the categories available inside the app. In this instance, we’re selecting the Landscapes section.

Note: However, live wallpapers do not qualify for automatic rotation inside Google Wallpapers.

Step 3:

Inside the Landscapes page, click on the Daily wallpaper box to turn out the preset wallpaper playlist.

Step 4:

Now, a prompt appears whether you want your next wallpapers to be installed via any network or only on WiFi. Also, check the box adjacent to install future wallpapers on Wi-Fi only to enable the app to only change wallpapers when attached to a WiFi network.

Step 5:

Click on Continue.

Step 6:

In the next screen, click on Set wallpaper under Rotating Image Wallpaper.

Step 7:

Select whether you want the Daily wallpaper to be set for your home screen only. Also, on both the lock screen and home screen.

You’ve successfully created a wallpaper playlist using Google Wallpapers on your phone. You can also refresh the wallpaper while opening the Google Wallpapers app. Also, clicking on the Refresh icon to the top right.

Using Muzei Live Wallpaper

Muzei is temporary a live wallpaper app. It also offers almost every functionality that you’ll come to expect from a wallpaper app. You can also control how often the app modifies your wallpaper or blur and dim your icons to provide icons and the status bar more fame on your home screen.

Setting up

Follow the steps carefully:

Step 1:

Firstly, Download and install the Muzei Live Wallpaper app from Google Play and also open the app.

Step 2:

Click on Activate and then Set wallpaper.

Step 3:

Now click on the Muzei icon in the center of the screen to open the app.

Muzei has now set the artworks in its library to be your background. However, this wallpaper will be a blurred and dull version of the original artwork. Not just this but also it’ll set for your lock screen.

Skip to next artwork

While inside the Muzei app’s home screen, you can also click on the double right arrow at the bottom to move to the next artwork.

Change playlist source

Muzei enables you to select various sources for your wallpaper playlists. You can also select between Muzei’s artworksMy Photos, or from any of the compatible third-party wallpaper apps available on the Play Store. However, it includes Backdrops, MySplash, Wonderwall, Tapet and much more that offer Muzei integration.

To modify your wallpaper playlist source of Muzei:

Step 1:

Firstly, Open the Muzei app, and click on the Sources tab at the bottom.

Step 2:

From here you can select from the available choice by simply clicking on one of the options available inside this section. However, if a wallpaper app supports Muzei integration, it will also display up on this screen.

Modify Auto Advance interval

You can also modify the interval after which Muzei will load a wallpaper onto your phone. However, to access the Auto Advance settings:

Step 1:

Firstly, click on the Sources tab at the bottom and then click on the clock icon at the top right corner.

Step 2:

From here you can also select from any period between 15 minutes and 3 days from the menu.

The Auto-Advance Settings page also allows you to select whether or not you want Muzei to install wallpapers using only WiFi or through any network. To allow WiFi-only download, check the box adjacent to “Auto Advance only on WiFi”.

Modify wallpaper semi-automatically

To allowing Auto Advance on Muzei and skipping to the next artwork on the app’s home screen. You can also change your wallpaper manually if you want to from your wallpaper playlist. For this you will have to allow a gesture shortcut for Muzei, executing which you can also modify wallpapers easily. To allow/active these gestures:

Step 1:

Firstly, click on the three-dot icon at the bottom of the Muzei app’s home screen and then choose Customize Gestures.

Step 2:

From here, you can allow two types of gestures. Like a double tap on the home screen or three-finger tap on the home screen for the wallpaper to modify automatically. How to do? To do so, click on the Next Artwork choice under either of the gesture options.

But every time you make chosen the gesture (double click or three-finger tap) on the home screen, the wallpaper will change.

Blur, dim, or gray your wallpaper

Muzei also allows you to tweak a background to better suit your icons and the status bar. As they don’t look out of place. You can also tweak the background by blurring it, dimming it, or adding a gray shade to it. You can also do so by following steps below:

Step 1:

Click on the Effects tab at the bottom of the Muzei app.

Step 4:

Also, adjust the respective sliders to get your required effect under the home screen and lock screen tabs at the top.

That’s all! You’ve successfully set up Muzei to load up wallpapers automatically on your Android device. 😎

Conclusion:

Here’s all about “Automatically Change Wallpaper On Android”. Is this article helpful? Have you ever change the wallpaper on Android? Share your thoughts with us!  For further queries and questions let us know in the comment section below!

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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