Step 7. Here’s the coolest part of this tutorial, enabling custom Always-On-Display wallpapers. Go ahead and turn on “Replace AOD wallpaper”, set the random interval for multiple wallpapers. You will have to get a wallpaper sized 1600×2440 pixels in jpeg or png format and place them into a special directory. Let me show you how to do that. You can also download some of my wallpapers if you don’t have Photoshop. (Click Here to Download the Image Samples Used)
Step 8. Here’s a quick example on how to make Iron Man Always-On-Display wallpaper. Google some images for iron man.
Step 9. Then save the image and open up in Photoshop.
Step 10. Make a new image with size of 1600×2440 pixels.
Step 11. Make the background black.
Step 12. Copy and paste iron man image into the new image.
Step 13. Save the image somewhere in your computer as JPEG or PNG.
Step 14. Make a new folder in the internal storage of your Galaxy S7 Edge as “aod_wallpapers” exactly.
Step 15. Copy over all the images you want to use for Always-On-Display.
Step 16. Next, go to your phone and go into Settings->Display then to “Always On Display”. Make sure “Content to show” is set to “Clock” and Background image is set. If Background image is set to “None”, your images will not show.
Step 17. Turn the screen off and now you will see your new Always-On-Display custom wallpaper!
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