Google’s latest Android Oreo update has lots of beautiful wallpapers such are live earth wallpaper, live data, Life, sky high, Art, Landscape, Cityscape, texture, and solid colors. Besides, you can also set wallpaper from your phone’s gallery as per your choice. It is quite straightforward to set or change the wallpaper in Android Oreo 8.0 device.
Whether you want to set or change lock screen wallpaper or home screen wallpaper in Android Oreo, you can quickly do it from your device’s home and display settings. Furthermore, if you have Google Pixel or Nexus devices running Android Oreo, then you can also set automatically change the wallpaper. Without any bother, let’s check out how it works!
How to Change Wallpaper in Android Oreo 8.0
Note: Here we have tested these steps in the OnePlus 3 running Android Oreo 8.0. It may vary from devices.
Step #1. Go to the home screen of your phone and then press and hold the blank space.
Step #2. Now you will get three options – wallpapers, widgets, and settings. Just select Wallpaper.
Step #5. Once you tap the Set Wallpaper option, you will see three different option to set wallpaper for Home screen, lock screen, or home screen and lock screen. Select the option as per your choice and see how it look on your phone.
Step #1. Launch Settings on your device running Android Oreo.
Step #2. Tap on Display and then select Wallpaper.
Step #3. Next, scroll through wallpaper and tap to select.
Step #4. Now tap on Set Wallpaper and choose from Home Screen, Lock Screen, and Both.
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Furthermore, you can also set automatically change the wallpaper in Android Oreo in the Daily Wallpaper section. Hope you enjoyed this guide and simply changed a wallpaper in Android Oreo device. If you encounter any trouble or need any other suggestion regarding Android Oreo setting, feel free to ask us in the comments or on Facebook, Twitter, and Google Plus.