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I have a Moto G 2014, and it's running 4.4.4. I cannot seem to find away to get my lock screen and home screen wallpapers different from each other. How can I go about doing this? I haven't rooted yet.

  • Just use the Google Photo app to set it. It will ask you whether you want to set a photo as wallpaper of the home screen, the lock screen or both. – Fernando Silveira Jun 19 '17 at 13:51
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By default there is no setting to change lock screen wallpaper. One way is to have a lock screen app like Go Locker which will allow to set lock screen wallpaper different than the home screen wallpaper. Another is to install a custom ROM like Cyanogenmod 11 which gives much more features over stock OS.

  • Oh yes there is: just use the Google Photo app to set it. It will ask you whether you want to set a photo as wallpaper of the home screen, the lock screen or both. – Fernando Silveira Jun 19 '17 at 13:51
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I also have a Moto G and I don't have the wallpaper background to be different from the lock screen. I figured out, by going through every setting, that there is no possible way for your wallpaper background and your lock screen to be different. But there is a solution. Either you can get a whole new phone (in which you can have a lock screen) or, you can suggest to the Motorola company to get a new setting to put up a lock screen.

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    The latter is unlikely to help the OP (even if Moto would comply, the day the update rolls out the device probably is no longer supported). And "buying a new phone" just for that is a poor (but expensive) solution. – Izzy Jul 17 '15 at 14:00
  • Oh yes there is: just use the Google Photo app to set it. It will ask you whether you want to set a photo as wallpaper of the home screen, the lock screen or both. – Fernando Silveira Jun 19 '17 at 13:51

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