How to get Generative AI Wallpapers feature on any Android device⏱️ 1 min read

How to get Generative AI Wallpapers feature on Android

I’ve always enjoyed customizing my Android device and adding a unique touch to it, and those new generative AI wallpapers looked like another perfect way to do it. However, I was disappointed to find out that it’s only officially available on the latest Pixel phones running on Android 14 or later. If you’re somewhat like me and want to get the Generative AI Wallpapers feature on your Android device, even if it’s not the latest Pixel, then this article is all you need.

How to get Generative AI Wallpapers on any Pixel smartphone

While Google has integrated the fantastic generative AI wallpaper feature directly into the latest Pixel device if you’re running an old Pixel device, here’s how you can use it:

1. Visit the APKMirror website and get the official AI Wallpapers app.

2. Install the app on your phone after downloading it.

3. Hold down on an empty area of your home screen.

4. Choose Wallpaper & Style from the options that pop up and tap on More Wallpapers.

5. Pick the AI wallpaper option and select a theme or style for your wallpaper.

6. Choose Inspire Me for a unique design prompt and hit Create Wallpaper to see what it looks like.

7. If you’re happy with it, tap the Done button in the top right corner.

Also read: How to mirror your Android device to your TV.

How to get Generative AI Wallpapers on any Android 14 smartphone

Follow the quick steps described below to learn how to get the Generative AI Wallpapers feature on any Android device:

1. Head to the APKMirror site and download the official AI Wallpapers app. You can find the download link below.

2. After downloading, install the app on your phone.

3. Hold down on your phone’s home screen and choose Wallpaper & Style.

Note: If you don’t have a Samsung Galaxy phone, use the Google Wallpapers app instead. Look for the option to select Live wallpapers.

4. Choose Change Wallpaper from the options, tap the three-dot menu at the top right, and select Live Wallpapers.

5. Select AI Wallpapers. Now, you’ll immediately see a wallpaper created by AI.

6. To tweak it, tap the Settings icon. Once you’re satisfied with the design, hold down on an empty screen area to remove any clutter.

7. Then, quickly take a screenshot by simultaneously pressing the volume down and power buttons.

8. Open the screenshot and select Set as wallpaper.

Note: You may need to zoom in a bit to remove the status bar icons at the top.

8. Finally, you apply the wallpaper to your home screen and lock screen.

Also read: How to turn off read receipts on Android in Google Messages.

Enjoy AI wallpapers!

While the native ability to create Generative AI Wallpapers is currently limited to select devices, the power of AI-powered creativity doesn’t have to be exclusive. With the abovementioned methods, you can easily get your Android device’s Generative AI Wallpapers feature. I tested this feature on the Pixel 6a and Poco X5 Pro, which did wonders for me. Feel free to share your experience with the app in the comments.

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Nutan is a BCA graduate with a keen interest in the world of consumer technology. A fan of both the Apple and Google ecosystems, he enjoys exploring the latest gadgets and how they can enhance our daily lives. Nutan specializes in crafting clear and informative how-to guides and comprehensive buying advice. His insightful reviews offer an in-depth look at the pros and cons of the newest tech products, helping readers make the best decisions for their needs.

Nutan is a BCA graduate with a keen interest in the world of consumer technology. A fan of both the Apple and Google ecosystems, he enjoys exploring the latest gadgets and how they can enhance our daily lives. Nutan specializes in crafting clear and informative how-to guides and comprehensive buying advice. His insightful reviews offer an in-depth look at the pros and cons of the newest tech products, helping readers make the best decisions for their needs.

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