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Where do I add/delete pictures so the Kindle Fire will randomly select it as a wallpaper for the device?

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Someone over at the XDA Forums already discovered how to do that. See link to the thread below.

I strongly advise to follow this guide only if you know your way around the procedures mentioned (repacking & zipaligning an APK file, file system operations with root permissions) and wouldn't mind jumping through several hoops to recover your device if the process fails.

XDA Thread - [Guide]Changing Kindle Wallpapers!

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The free app, My Kindle Wallpaper does this simply and easily, no root required. D/l & install it, and point it at a photo or a folder full (on the KF, not on the net), and get your favorite background photo or cycle through several (one per wake-up, the way the stock software does). Works perfectly on my original KF with KF v6.3.1.

(I know it's a year later but this works, no f**ting around, nothing to break. It's literally a download and go. Kudos to the author!)

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You can use QuickPic plus ES File Manger to customize the Kindle Fire wallpaper. Both are free.

The key point is actually that the Kindle Fire system will restore the default wallpaper by default. That's why ES File Manager is indispensible.

Details about how to change wallpaper on Kindle fire.

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