TiLED (GaRyArTs) - Android Homescreen Tutorial





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Published on Jan 4, 2013

Another amazing Android Homescreen by GaRyArTs titled Tiled. This eye-catching screen shows off its calm and neutral colors in a way that can only be described as astounding...
This video tutorial is a must for a beginner wanting a simple setup, to anyone that enjoys calm and neutral colors that still allow you to open up apps with marvelous tile icons...

Link to this screens MyColorScreen Page:
Link to everything you need:
Separate Wallpapers needed for MultiPicture Live Wallpaper:
Link for MultiPicture Live Wallpaper:


Part 1: Apex Settings

In case you missed it in the video, here are the settings once again:

Homescreen Settings
-Portrait Grid: 9x7
-Horizontal Margins: None
-Vertical Margins: None
-Manage Screens: 2 Screens
-Transition Type/Effect - None
-Wallpaper Mode: Multiple Screen (scrolling)
-Hide Notification Bar: Enabled
-Hide Icons Labeled: Enabled
-Hide Shadows: Enabled

Dock Settings
-Hide Dock: Enabled

Advanced Settings
-Overlapping Widgets: Enabled


Part 2: Adding the wallpaper

***For a Galaxy S2:
Simply use QuickPic to choose the combined wallpaper

***For any other phone that's not a Galaxy S2
Once back in the homescreen, go:
Menu - Wallpapers - Live Wallpaper - Multipicture Live Wallpaper
Then Settings - Add individual settings - Add 1 then 2
Then change screen 1 settings - Picture source - Single Picture - Add Screen 1 wall, then repeat for screen 2
Remember to change Crop/Resize Ratio to - Fit to Fullscreen if you need to
Change transition type if desired
Go Back - Set wallpaper


You will need to wipe MPLW's data, but don't worry it's harmless, to do this go:
System Settings - Apps - All - MultiPicture Live Wallpaper - Clear Data


Part 3: Adding the UCCW Widgets

Simply add these by holding down on the homescreen - Widget - UCCW - any size. In the main menu after tapping the widget, select "Open uzip", now just find where you pasted the folder and look for the .uzip. After it appears on your homesreen, resize it to the way it looks in the video. Do it for both screens.

If you would like to know more about hotspots, watch part 3 in my UCCW tutorial here:


Thanks very much for watching this tutorial, I hope you enjoyed it :)

Also please subscribe the mycolorscreen channel, lots more videos to come!


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