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Stock Wallpaper - Where are they located?

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By kanej2006, Senior Member on 17th May 2014, 08:19 PM
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I'm rooted and have root explorer so finding the location for the wallpaper should be easy.

However, I've looked online but was unable to find any reliable information as to where the wallpaper is located.

Anyone help? Thanks.
 
 
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I actually tried to locate them, and I thought that they'd be in /system/media or something similar. I didn't look for long, but I couldn't find them, which is incredible strange I bet they're at the most obvious place though.

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19th May 2014, 03:38 PM |#4  
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The wallpapers i found in:

/etc/customization/content/com/sonyericsson/wallpaperpicker/wallpapers
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The wallpapers i found in:

/etc/customization/content/com/sonyericsson/wallpaperpicker/wallpapers

What a stupid place
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^ Thank you so much Lc1975.

And yes, the wallpaper is located in the strangest place...
23rd May 2014, 06:55 PM |#7  
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Nearly as stupid as putting the preinstalled apps to

/system/etc/product/applications

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/system/etc/customization/applications
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