I'm going to update this post later. There's several live wallpaper apps that restore wallpaper scrolling. I think the one in using now is landscape wallpaper. It works completely and invisibly, as if scrolling was miraculously restored. I even like being able to auto-switch walls on unlock.
- PROS: Better settings than WC, IMO; gives you lockscreen wall control, "scrolling direction," "scrolling source" of simulated or launcher (method), elastic effects, and image quality.; if choose simulated scrolling source, has further scrolling effects! (almost won me over with this... if could add "border mode" option to infinite scroll wallpaper (visible edge/seam, not jump/scroll back), I'd donate/buy this) CONS: Maybe a PRO, scrolls wall behind app drawer, but can't disable this. Can't create "albums" to choose from; only single image or folder
- PROS: can create albums from single file, folder, or individually selected images from multiple locations and switch between them at will!; simple and works well. CONS: settings seemed glitchy or quirky for me; can add, but apparently not remove individual images from albums!?
Scrolling Live Wallpaper
- Pretty simple, it adds wallpaper scrolling and worked for me. I don't remember it being bad, but I hated that when I took a screenshot, it became obvious it lowered the resolution/quality of the wallpaper dramatically, probably for performance. I don't think it had an option to disable this. It also scrolled unnaturally, imo. I think it simulated the scrolling effect, but poorly.
- I'm pretty sure I read this will enable scrolling for launchers that don't support it. I didn't try it. Looks popular, but has tons of wallpaper wizard effects that I don't need or want.
TIP: If using stock lockscreen, and maybe regardless, along with 3rd party default homescreen -- set same live wallpaper as wallpaper in Blinkfeed or stock launcher (settings same, regardless of launcher). Annoying when choosing single or small set of images; after a reboot, I always had a non-chosen wallpaper load, then refresh with expected live wallpaper after homescreen loads.
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