I’ve always been a fan of Google’s Android Auto and, personally, I’ve found it more useful than Apple’s CarPlay if only for the fact of a good voice assistant. Yesterday at WWDC though, Apple announced a change for CarPlay that’s long overdue for Android Auto — custom wallpapers.
The Google Wallpapers app is pre-installed on Pixel devices, but also available for all Android devices via the Play Store. On occasion, new background categories are added with Google today adding a new wallpaper collection celebrating Pride.
Out of all of Samsung’s fun customizations in One UI and its Galaxy phones, the dynamic lock screen is low-key one of my all-time favorites. With other phones, I often forget how easily bored I can get with the standard lock screen options, but this dynamic feature automatically updates all the time in the background and gives me a pleasant surprise each time. I’ll show you just how easy it is to toggle this setting on so that you can start enjoying a little variety on your Galaxy phone.
How to enable Samsung’s dynamic lock screen
An Android wallpaper is enough to crash handsets made by Samsung and other handset makers, and that’s thanks to an improper Google color profile.
The crash might force you to restore the phone to factory settings, which means you’d lose all the data in the process.