Droid Wallpapers Bad Quality

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  1. omgar

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    I'm putting this here because it's the ROM I'm currently running and I dont know anywhere else to put this.

    So I have a few wallpapers that I'd like to have on my Droid, I know I can transfwe them to my SD card and set them as my wallpaper but when I do that they come out looking pixelated and choppy, I'm not exactly sure why.

    But is there a way that I can flash them to the Wallpaper Gallery of the phone where you can scroll through them? Or a way for them to stay high quality as I have them on my computer. Thanks!
     
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    Are they the correct size?
    Are you stretching the crop box to it's fullest?
     
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    Yes, for the most part their all 1920x1200 and yes I do stretch the crop box to it's fullest.
     
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    960x854 is what size the Droid uses.....
     
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    If I crop out the wallpapers to 960x854 on my computer and then transfer them they should look good?
     
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    You dont need to crop them, just resize to the correct resolution. Unless you need to crop out an area...You will still need to expand the crop window.
     
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    Ah, I did that and they look great now, thanks alot!
     
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    Also if you download the Flikie Wallpapers app, store your wallpapers in /sdcard/Flikie/Wallpapers, then when you go to set wallpaper there is a Flikie option, which opens your Wallpapers folder in a gallery, and you can set the wallpaper with one touch, no cropping necessary. (They have a lot of nice wallpapers on Flikie, too.)
     
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