There's a reason why they can charge money for themWell the supposed root for any OS on my phone option I just spent half an hour trying won't work on this computer, and buying PDAnet isn't free. :lol:
Tried the 3d gallery or the browser? You can host the 960x800 image somewhere (or go select one from the wallpaper thread), open it in the browser on your phone, hold down on the image and select: set as wallpaper. That way it won't even ask you for cropping.Compressed and with lower resolution than the original. I also didn't find any options in the gallery app to change this. And unfortunately I didn't find any other app which can set an image as a wallpaper, hence my initial question.
The standard gallery app on the Galaxy S kinda is the 3D gallery, at least it looks like it. I don't know what your standard gallery app looks like, but it's probably different. Didn't we already try to install your gallery app on my phone in the past? (which didn't work)Tried the 3d gallery or the browser?
There is no Cyanogenmod for the Galaxy S.Also, root your phone and install cyanogenmod on it, ffs...
Pretty much the Xperia X10 line uses MicroSD atm.Also very strange for Sony to include MicroSD over Memory Stick Micro.
I did some testing. Turns out the gallery has problems with pictures bigger than 1024 px in either direction.I think I just cracked the problem. The standard gallery has a problem with all pictures above a certain resolution, probably the pixel height of the screen. All pictures which were resized to 800x960 px beforehand come up fine (sharp and without compression artifacts), and they look perfect as a wallpaper, too. All pictures which are bigger seem to get resized by the gallery app with a bad algorithm, so they come out pixelated and with compression. Either a bug or just bad programming I suppose.
Probably. It was in my hand and I stuck my hands out to catch myself. It was body>hands>phone>cement. I was sure I'd killed it since I essentially dropped half my weight on the edge of it, then I flipped it over and just had scraped down to the aluminum or whatever the screens bezel is made from.It is a cosmetic blemish that would of killed other phones.
My HTC's have had similar experiences and survived well, my HD2 has had a tough life and has barely a mark on it.Probably. It was in my hand and I stuck my hands out to catch myself. It was body>hands>phone>cement. I was sure I'd killed it since I essentially dropped half my weight on the edge of it, then I flipped it over and just had scraped down to the aluminum or whatever the screens bezel is made from.
Yeah, materials quality has improved immensely. I think a lot of it has to do with the rise of glass capacitive screens that more easily resist scratches.My HTC's have had similar experiences and survived well, my HD2 has had a tough life and has barely a mark on it.
Phones seem way stronger these days than they used to be (piece of shit nokia 6500 classic, which got a broken screen by sitting in my pocket)