A while ago, I made the mistake to try a new wallpaper without making sure the old one was still an available option on my then version of /e/. Now I wonder if I can still download the old wallpaper somewhere.
The wallpaper I want is still shown in the Murena Shop, for example on the Fairphone 3+ page:
I never used the stock wallpapers. I have a collection for myself and use it for years. What I would like to have is a wallpaper changer in the OS. Why can’t there be a setting for that? (Yes, I know, there are Live Wallpapers for that …)
I think the one in my original post (and thankfully posted by chrisrg right above) isn’t there anymore … I actually believe I first noticed its disappearance after the upgrade to 1.0 (still within the same Android version Q then).
On my side I’m going crazy. I had the same problem in October when I wanted to put back the wallpaper by default. It was no longer on the phone. I said to myself, what the hell, I’ll grab it from the gitlab (since it’s open source) the wallpapers must be there.
And BINGO, I found all the wallpapers possible.
But since this morning I can’t find the directory where the wallpapers are in the gitlab page…
I’m going crazy
I got only this but this is not what we are looking for :
One more practical question. I now have a 1080x1920 wallpaper on a 1080x2160 display size.
What would be the most recommendable way to deal with this? Letting the system stretch the unedited wallpaper to fit my screen OR picture-edit the file (btw, there’s also a 1440x2560 version in the Commit) manually to fit my screen?