Android launchers offer you several ways to personalise your phone, including creating pictures and using them as your Home screen wallpaper. Several Android applications take or create panoramic photos, which you can use as your wallpaper. You can swipe the screen to pan from area to area within the photo and across your Home screens.
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Use your favourite panoramic photo Android application, including PanoPhoto, PhotoStitch, 360 or Photaf to take a panoramic picture or download one off the Internet, and drag and drop it onto your SD card using the USB dongle.
Tap and hold a blank area on your Home screen. When the "Add to Home Screen" option comes up tap "Wallpapers."
Push the "Gallery" button when the "Select wallpaper from" window comes up. Tap the button for your favourite Android file manager from the "Completely action using" window.
Navigate to the folder where your panoramic photo is stored. If you stored it with the pictures your Android phone takes, it is in the DCIM > Camera directory.
Tap the photo you want to use for your wall paper. Move the orange box on the photo editor to the far left bottom corner and drag the top right corner of the box to the top right corner of the photo. Push the "Done" button and allow the new wallpaper settings to take effect.
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