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How can I get a random image on my lockscreen?

Everytime the user turns on the Kindle Fire, the lockscreen of the device presents a different background. (Of course it cycles trough a list of pictures and later it repeats itself) I'd like to achieve this behaviour on my phone. I'm not interested in the way of the unlock. I just want that custom pictures appear in the background of the lockscreen if I turn on the screen.

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marked as duplicate by t0mm13b, Ryan Conrad, Izzy, eldarerathis Jan 27 '13 at 21:35

This question was marked as an exact duplicate of an existing question.

Can you clarify what you mean? are you talking about a live wallpaper that cycles through different err wallpapers? I do not think it can be done, AFAIK, Lockscreens are meant to be "static" in that sense of a word, maybe there's third party apps on the play store that can enhance the existing lock screen? – t0mm13b Jan 20 '13 at 21:43

You don't need root access to change lock screen of your phone. Kindle Fire's type of lock screen is called Sliding Tab or Slider. I'm not sure if it's possible to use exactly the same lock screen but you can experiment with applications on Play Store.

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Not exactly what I wanted to know. Updated the question to make it clear. – nosferat Jan 20 '13 at 22:13

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