So it matches the issue I've explained that users have on specific devices, and I also gave an example.
I don't have an LG phone. You can try the tips I've found for OnePlus and wrote about them above (though I also don't have OnePlus device).
That's not a fix. That's going back to the image wallpaper.Sure.
So, folks. Here's how you can fix your odd colors WITHOUT this crashing app.
If you installed it just because your apps picked some nasty colors from your wallpaper (pink for most of LG phones), you simply need to alter this wallpaper image in such a way that its most dominant mid-tone color will be close to what you want.
for example. This is the LG's original WP that creates those pink colors :
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And this is slightly altered one that makes light blue-cyan colors instead :
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It's really that simple and you don't need to waste your time trying to figure out why LWP+ crashes on you.
one silly app out - one less problem to your phone.
Yes, it should be possible to install and run it.
You are correct!@AndroidDeveloperLB Hey, I wanted to set different image for "cropped image" but after i choose image it says "Not chosen animated GIF/WEBP File".
Yesterday everything worked fine, what happened? I already tried clearing cache of app and even reinstalling it, but didn't help
The screen you are showing is for testing that indeed your device supports dynamic colors.Hello,
I have a OnePlus 11 with Android 13 on it and seem to be having some issues with the app. It is not crashing and works perfectly for a couple of days then after a while the dynamic colors get changed to match the live wallpaper I am using through the app. The only way I can change it back to the color I choose is by going through the ? Icon and setting the color to black so it displays light blue/blue for my dynamic colors. (Screen shots provided are of before I have to go in and change it back and after I change it back.) My wallpaper isn't getting changed to a stock photo on the OnePlus gallery but the dynamic colors are still changing to match the wallpaper I have chosen through the app. When I try to change the dynamic colors through the main screen it does not work. I have to go through the ? Icon to be able to change the dynamic colors. Can I get some help with this issue or is it just my phone being stupid?
When I choose colors on that screen it doesn't actually change my dynamic color. The only way I've found to be able to change my dynamic color is though the testing. Attached is before changing color on settings screen and after. Google chrome didn't change colors when I turned off the live wallpaper, changed the color and then turned the live wallpaper back on.
I've now updated the steps below "How to use:"When I choose colors on that screen it doesn't actually change my dynamic color. The only way I've found to be able to change my dynamic color is though the testing. Attached is before changing color on settings screen and after. Google chrome didn't change colors when I turned off the live wallpaper, changed the color and then turned the live wallpaper back on.
So I followed the steps and anything I change in the settings screen does nothing. I already had the "Used customized colors" on and had my colors all selected black. But when I change it from black to any other color my dynamic colors do not change.I've now updated the steps below "How to use:"
Starting from Android 8.1, when you set a wallpaper, the OS might change its colors based on it. On Android 12 and above, it got more official as "Monet" feature. Sometimes though, what you get might not be what you'd wish to have. This is why...forum.xda-developers.com
Please follow all steps.
So you've changed all colors to green, for example, turned off and on the display, and nothing happened?
After review, LWP+ - live wallpaper with customized colors, com.lb.lwp_plus, has been removed from Google Play because it violates the deceptive device settings changes policy.
You must explain to users why you are requesting the 'android.permission.BIND_DEVICE_ADMIN' in your app. Apps must provide accurate disclosure of their functionality and should perform as reasonably expected by the user. Any changes to device settings must be made with the user's knowledge and consent and be easily reversible by the user.