Adding Background Image To Your Home Screen

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Blackberry Wall Paper Image

With OS 4.0 you can add a background and standby image just like you can do with your computer. If you have upgraded to the latest OS you may have seen the Pictures program where you can save pictures, well you are able to set those pictures as a wall paper or stand by image. There are two ways to get images to your Blackberry, you can either use your Blackberry browser to download the image or email the image to yourself if you are on a BES 4.0 server. Before adding images you need to know that there are size limits and optimal dimensions for the pictures. Size of an image should be kept around 20-30kb or less and dimensions at 240×122 or 240×202 depending on your model. Read the instructions below to see how …

With your Blackberry Browser:

1. Optimize the picture for the Blackberry.
2. Point Blackberry browser to the image URL.
3. Wheel-click –> Save Image –> Save.
4. Exit to Main Screen.
5. Go to Pictures –> Wheel-click –> Set As Home Screen Image or Set As Standby Image.
6. Back to Home Screen and should see logo.

Sending through Email:

1. Send an email to your Blackberry with the picture attached.
2. Highlight “[1 attachment]” –> Wheel-Click  Open Attachment  Full Content  View  Save.
3. Exit to Main Screen.
4. Go to Pictures –> Wheel-click –> Set As Home Screen Image or Set As Standby Image.
5. Back to Home Screen and should see logo.

Blackberry Stand By Image

  • http://www.deviantart.com/ Matt

    A great site to get free blackberry wallpapers is http://www.blackberrywallpapers.com

    Using the tutorial above, you should be able to hook your blackberry up.

  • http://www.deviantart.com/ Matt

    A great site to get free blackberry wallpapers is http://www.blackberrywallpapers.com

    Using the tutorial above, you should be able to hook your blackberry up.

  • Mike

    Some wallpaper

  • Mike

    Some wallpaper

  • http://www.diabetesmonitor.com/ Bill the diabetesdoc

    Thanks!
    I had deleted all the pictures that came with my BB, and then found that the “homepage” display had those funny little thingies showing — or a highway.

    I now have a pure white gif as my background. Much easier to focus on the menu choices now!

  • http://www.diabetesmonitor.com Bill the diabetesdoc

    Thanks!
    I had deleted all the pictures that came with my BB, and then found that the “homepage” display had those funny little thingies showing — or a highway.

    I now have a pure white gif as my background. Much easier to focus on the menu choices now!

  • http://www.blackberrybackgrounds.com/ Brian

    I found a new site, formatted for 320×240 – http://www.blackberrybackgrounds.com – they have a hundred or so good background for the color BBs

  • http://www.blackberrybackgrounds.com Brian

    I found a new site, formatted for 320×240 – http://www.blackberrybackgrounds.com – they have a hundred or so good background for the color BBs

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    Very insightful and interesting. I hope some of the execs read and heed your suggestions.