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I just changed my background on my home screen on my Galaxy S4 and every time I scroll to a different page the picture moves. How do I get this to stop?

  • According to Nicole, 3rd-party launcher Apex Launcher is installed. – geffchang May 24 '14 at 8:18
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If you are using Apex launcher, I remember that you can disable scrolling wallpaper in Apex settings, just try to find this option yourself. FYI: Touchwiz launcher doesn't have scrolling wallpaper from Jelly Bean up.

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If you have Apex Launcher the follow the below settings,

Open Apex Launcher > Home screen settings > Wallpaper Mode > Single Screen(non-scrolling)

Screenshot-ApexWallpaperMode

Apex Wallpaper Mode Screenshot (Click to enlarge)

The above settings will not scroll if you have/swipe multiple home screen enabled and the wallpaper will be fixed into one screen and not zoomed and hence will be displayed in single screen as the name says.

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No app needed. Just choose multi picture as wallpaper and add only 1 photo. Crop and enjoy your non moving wallpaper.

KitKat 4.4.2, LG G3. Stock.

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I use wallpaper Wallpaper Wizardrii™ from Google Play Store which exactly matches your requirement. You can find details in the app's wiki.

  • How does it do that? Can you provide any link? I couldn't find any app named "wallpaper wizardii" on Play – but more than 100 apps turning up on a search for "wallpaper wizard". So as it currently stands, without the link this cannot be considered a (useful) answer, sorry. – Izzy May 29 '14 at 11:34
  • Sorry for the wrong app name i have updated my post with playstore link – Mars shadows May 29 '14 at 13:32
  • Thanks! I've just improved the formatting a little. Still, the answer falls into the category "link only". Could you add some more details on the app – maybe an abstract of the features, especially those addressing the OPs issue? Thanks in advance! – Izzy May 29 '14 at 14:10

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