How To Add New Dynamic Wallpapers in iOS 7

Dynamic wallpapers in iOS 7 are just like Live Wallpapers in Android, but not the exact thing, they just move that is it. You can’t add mush things into it and even worse you can’t add new Dynamic wallpapers in your device, you are stuck with the ones that are pre-loaded into iOS 7, well of course, if your device is not Jailbroken. Thanks to Jailbreak Tweaks you can add new Dynamic Wallpapers to your iOS 7 device, currently the amount is limited but as the time will pass, they are sure to add more Wallpapers into it. Here is how you can install this Tweak and Use it on your device.

Dynamic-Wallpapers

Jailbreak your iOS Device.

Since the following tutorial needs an iOS device which is Jailbroken, you need to Jailbreak your device. If your device is still in its normal condition. Follow our Jailbreak Section to find out how to Jailbreak your device

Download iDynamic:

  1. Open Cydia.
  2. Search for iDynamic.
  3. Tap iDynamic once the search is over.
  4. Tap Install on the Top Right corner
  5. Tap Confirm.
  6. Restart your device

How To Use iDynamic

  1. Open iDynamic App.
  2. Select the Collection of Wallpapers you want to Download.
  3. Tap Download.
  4. Tap Respring.
  5. Now Go To Settings.
  6. Tap on Wallpaper and Brightness > Choose Wallpaper > Dynamic Wallpaper.
  7. Choose a Wallpaper from the New collection.
  8. Tap Set and Choose, whether for Home Screen or Lock Screen or for Both.
  9. Repeat the Above steps to set more Wallpapers.

Return To Default Wallpapers

  1. Open iDynamic App.
  2. Tap on the latest collection at the bottom for the original iPhone Dynamic Wallpapers or the second from the bottom for the original iTouch Dynamic Wallpapers.
  3. Tap Download.
  4. Tap Respring.
  5. Now Go To Settings.
  6. Tap on Wallpaper and Brightness > Choose Wallpaper > Dynamic Wallpaper.
  7. Choose a Wallpaper from the New collection.
  8. Tap Set and Choose, whether for Home Screen or Lock Screen or for Both.

 


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