Customising my Wallpapers and Themes on my Samsung Phone

Last Update date : Nov 23. 2020

If you're obsessed with having the latest and greatest themes and icons on the market or just feel like updating the design and layout of your Galaxy, we've got you covered. Through Wallpapers and Themes, within your settings you're just a tap away from completely customising your Galaxy phone. 

Please Note: This guide is designed for Australian variant Galaxy devices, if you have an international device and require further support click here to get in touch with your Samsung subsidiary. Screenshots were captured from a Galaxy Note20 operating on Android OS Version 10.0 (Q), settings and steps may vary depending on your Galaxy device and software version.

1 Launch your Settings > select Wallpaper
Settings > Wallpapes and Themes
2 You will then be redirected to Galaxy Themes where you can choose from a wide range of Wallpapers, Themes, Icons and Always on Displays.
Redirected to Galaxy Themes
Customising Themes
1 Select Themes
Select Wallpapers
2 Locate and Select your preferred Theme
Locate and select your preferred wallpaper
3 Tap on Download
set your wallpaper
4 Once the download is complete, tap on Apply
Tap on Apply
5 When your new theme has been applied, you should notice in the wallpaper, settings layout and background
Viewing Default Theme beside New Theme

Depending on the theme you have selected other settings may also be changed - ths could include app icons, font and colour scheme.

Customising Wallpapers
1 Select Wallpapers
Select Themes
2 Locate and Select your preferred wallpaper
Locate and select your preferred theme
3 Tap on Download
Applying theme
4 Tap on Apply
Viewing Themes
5 Once the Wallpapper has been applied, you will be able to view on your Home or Lock screen
Viewing Wallpaper
Customising Icons
1 Tap on Icons
Select Icons
2 Locate and Select your preferred icon
Locate and select your preferred icon
3 Tap on Download
Downloading Icons
4 Select Apply
Viewing new Icons
5 Once the app icons have been applied you will be able to view within your apps tray
Viewing Wallpaper

Please Note: Some app icons may not be optimised for the system software, so some icons may not look quite look right.

Customising Always on Display (AOD)
1 Tap on AODs
Select AODs
2 Locate and Select your preferred AODs
Locate and select your preferred AOD
3 Tap on Download
Downloading AOD
4 Apply the AOD then, select whether you'd like to view Clock and image or Image only then tap Done
Select content to viewed on your AOD
5 Once setup your chosen AOD will be displayed
Viewing AOD

Thank you for your feedback!

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