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Galaxy S9 Lock Screen Images

Whether it’s a Galaxy S9 or anything else, your smartphone is the first thing you check in the morning and the last thing you use before you go to bed. This practically makes it your extension. And just like any other extension of yours, it has to represent you, doesn’t it? If you can think of a better way to personalize your phone other than the lock screen image, do tell us. A good way to customize it is to change lock screen images on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus.

But until you do that, let us tell you how you too can set up a new, catchy image that will serve as Samsung Galaxy S9 lock screen wallpaper. It’s something that most of our users are eager to try. We, as you can imagine, are more than happy to share this trick with you, just in case you’ll find yourself not knowing where to start.

 

So, Samsung Galaxy S9 or Galaxy S9 Plus, if you own it, you can customize it, just like many other users do with the popular icon packs from the Play Store. One thing you should know is that the option of changing the wallpaper right on the lock screen, something you might have heard of, is not active on all devices. Whether you can do it on yours or not will depend on the Original Equipment Manufacturer. Some OEMs make it available by default while others aren’t offering it at all…

For your Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus lock screen wallpaper, in particular, it’s all about the TouchWiz and its settings. You can do it, but you need some guidance on where you should start your navigation from. Many users spot this option quite easily, but the truth is that at least just as many users claim it’s not the most obvious thing of them all. Let us show you and then you can express your personal opinion.

 

How To Change Samsung Galaxy S9 Lock Screen Wallpaper?

Changing lock screen on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus is something you will have to start from the Home Screen. You need an empty area for this action, so, hopefully, you haven’t covered it all with app and widget icons. In a nutshell:

  1. Long press on any empty area of the Home Screen;
  2. When the Edit screen will show up on your display, look at the bottom left, for the option labeled as Wallpapers;
  3. Once you access it, at the top right corner you’ll see the Home Screen option that you must select;
  4. Look for the Lock Screen entry and select it, which will take you to the window with all the Wallpaper options;
  5. Browse through the images listed in there and select the one that you wish to have on your lock screen;
  6. When you’ve decided, just hit the Set As Wallpaper button sitting at the bottom of that window and you’re done.

 

How Easy Is It For You To Change The Lock Screen Wallpaper On Galaxy S9?

Like we said, for some it’s easy while for others… it could have been easier. From where we stand, this isn’t necessarily something related to how tech savvy you are, but more like a UX issue. Now that you’ve seen the steps and probably already tried it, you can also come up with an opinion.

The thing is that the wallpaper section from the TouchWiz settings, where you get to operate these changes, tends to make you focus on the bottom half of the window. In that section, you see the preview, the selection of wallpapers, the special toggle motion effect, and so on. If you happen to look at the first half of the screen, however, you can easily miss all these options and the Set as Wallpaper button. That’s where many users get stuck when trying to adjust this wallpaper.

 

Speaking of which, from the same TouchWiz launcher settings, you can do a lot more than to change the lock screen wallpaper of a Samsung Galaxy S9 or Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. For instance, you can also change the home screen wallpaper. That’s right, you can pick an image for the lock screen and a different image for the home screen, or you can use one image for both screens. It’s up to you and it can all be done from the same place.

Don’t forget – you either long press on an empty area of the Home Screen or you do that pinch in gesture, with your two fingers, to access the Edit screen and unlock the options of how to change the lock screen wallpaper on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus!

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