How to Create Screensavers And Animated Wallpapers For Mobile Phones

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Cell phones now have been completely revolutionized than those of a decade ago. Smartphones can be compared to a powerful computer always within our reach can do just about anything. It goes without saying that we all love to customize our phone to give it that touch of class according to personal taste. For this reason, in addition to the cover, do not leave out the background and screen saver: a site created especially for this is called Red Dodo and is just for us, allowing us to Create Animated Screensavers. Let’s see what it is and how it works.

Note: supported devices are the brands LG, Motorola, Nokia, Panasonic, Samsung, Sanyo and Sony Ericsson. To date, unfortunately, Apple-branded phones are excluded.

Be sure to have on your hand:

  • PC
  • Internet
  • Red Dodo
  • Compatible mobile phone.

Red Dodo is a service (free) that allows you to create wallpapers and screensavers and animated for your phone. You can then create as many animated wallpapers and download them directly to your phone, or download them to your computer and send them to your phone via bluetooth or other kind of connection, avoiding to buy them out of pay sites.
To use Red Dodo and instantly create your own animated backgrounds we must first reach the Italian version of the site by clicking on this link.

The main page for Red Dodo customizable screensavers and wallpapers and some of the first thing that catches your eye is that the backgrounds are animated, truly original feature. The animations available are divided into two different sections, depending on whether you want to use as search criteria the popularity of the image or the chronological order. When you have made your choice, you will see a series of pages with all backgrounds. To scroll between pages just click on the numbers in the “page” until you find the wallpaper that you want customize: to each background can be of arbitrary text that appears in a particular area of the animation.

To select an animation, simply click on it: you will then be brought to a page where you can enter the text you want to display on the animation and choose the make and model of your mobile phone, in addition to the resolution. You can also delete the animated portion of the image in case you find that consumes too much battery.

At this point there are two ways to save an image: the first is to click the right mouse button on the image and select “save image as” to save the animation on the computer and manually sending on mobile; the second case is to download the image directly to your phone (via WAP internet, so attention to connection costs) by following the instructions on the site.

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