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# 37445 13-Jul-2009 18:24
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Hey folks,

Just incase any of you XT users want them, here a a couple of the stock wallpapers found on the new XT handsets. I'm sure you know how to add them as wallpapers but just in case....

Instructions:

  • Navigate to/open this page from your Safari on your iPhone

  • Tap and hold image

  • From pop up choose 'Save Image'

  • Close Safari and go to Settings>>Wallpaper>>Camera Roll and select the image.


Done

XT Wallpaper 1

XT Wallpaper 2




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  # 234848 13-Jul-2009 19:00
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They dont work for some reason, I save them on iphone, and it turns up in camera roll as a blank image, both of them do, and when i go to save them on my desktop and ssh them into the camera roll, they save on desktop as a 1x1.gif image and show nothing. anyone else had this problem?




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  # 234853 13-Jul-2009 19:09

Same here. They show up as blanks in the camera roll.

 
 
 
 


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  # 234861 13-Jul-2009 19:24
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This is because images are compressed and served as CSS sprites.

I will change this behaviour later. In the meantime you can copy each image URL and paste to the address bar to see each individually before saving.




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  # 234864 13-Jul-2009 19:34
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freitasm: This is because images are compressed and served as CSS sprites.



I will change this behaviour later. In the meantime you can copy each image URL and paste to the address bar to see each individually before saving.



I tried that. this is the result.

Image


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  # 234961 13-Jul-2009 22:14
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^^Just tested and is working as should




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  # 234965 13-Jul-2009 22:17
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nzbullet: ^^Just tested and is working as should


Yeh, they work sweet as. Wont be too long I think untill telecom could sell these (the iPhone) themselv'es I assume.




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  # 234969 13-Jul-2009 22:33
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Works ;)

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