How To Customize Galaxy S7 Home Screen

For those that want to customize the Galaxy S7 home screen, you can do this using several different ways. Since the Galaxy S7 home screen is the first thing you see on the smartphone when it’s turned on, it’s a good idea to add different widgets and icons to the homescreen to make the Galaxy S7 more usable. You can also change the home screen wallpaper of the Galaxy S7 Edge as well.

 

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If you go to the settings section, and browse for the “Home screen” you’ll see a list of different features you can add to the home screen of the Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge.

  • Dual Clock – shows both home and current time zones if you’re traveling
  • Clock Size – makes it easier to see by making it bigger or smaller
  • Show the Date – self explanatory, if you want the date shown, keep this checked
  • Camera Shortcut – allows you to instantly unlock to the camera
  • Owner Information – lets users add Twitter handles or other information to the lockscreen
  • Unlock Effect – this changes the entire look and feel of the unlock effect and animation. We prefer watercolor.
  • Additional Info – allows you to add or remove weather and pedometer info from lockscreen.

 

How to change Galaxy S7 Home screen Wallpaper 

Like the Galaxy S6, the process is similar to change the Galaxy S7 wallpaper. All you need to do is press and hold an empty space on the Home screen. This will bring up the edit mode where you can add widgets, change homescreen settings, and also change the wallpaper. Select on “Wallpaper”, then select “Lock screen.”

By default the Samsung Galaxy S7 has several different wallpaper options for the home screen, but you can always select “more images” and select from any image that you have taken on your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 Edge. Once you’ve found the image you want, hit the Set Wallpaper button.

 

 

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