OnePlus One is a Android smartphone that has successfully manages to capture everyone’s attention, proving that you don’t have to pay a fortune in order to enjoy some decent specs and features along with its unique wallpapers.
While many of you still think that Samsung Galaxy S5, LG G Pro 2, or Sony Xperia Z2 are among the best devices of the moment, others have discovered that the new OnePlus One is actually more than what they need as long as it comes with a 5.5 inches Full HD 1080 x 1920 display, a powerful 2.5 GHz Snapdragon 801 CPU that runs on CyanogonMod 11S ROM based on Android 4.4 KitKat coupled, as well as a 13 megapixels rear camera which is capable of capturing amazing photos.
So, there is no surprise that it has been called the “2014 Flagship Killer”. And don’t forget that there are more things to learn about it; for example, here we are to show you how to easily download OnePlus One Stock / Default Wallpapers. In the first place, you should know that the device has no less than 21 amazing looking wallpapers and we are talking about HD quality in each of these cases.
So, some of these Android wallpapers have resolution of 2160 x 1920 pixels, while others come with a resolution of 1080 x 1920 pixels. And we have great news for you: all of them are static Android wallpapers, so they won’t drain all the battery juice from your handset. And yes, we have said handset and not necessarily OnePlus One. Since we are not talking about live wallpapers, it means that almost every smartphone can make use of the stock wallpapers of this particular handset.
Are you ready for that? Then, the tutorial that we have here is just what you need, so prepare your computer and just follow the given steps; they are not at all difficult!
How to install and use OnePlus One Stock / Default Wallpapers on your Android handset:
- Start by downloading the OnePlus One Wallpapers zip file from here directly to your computer;
- After the procedure is over, you have to unzip the file to the ‘Wallpapers’ folder in your PC;
- It’s time to connect your Android phone to the computer by using the original USB cable and then place the downloaded ‘Wallpapers’ folder in your handset;
- After that, you have to disconnect it from computer in order to navigate to the path where you placed the ‘Wallpapers’ folder in your device and use the ‘ES File Explorer’ for setting a new as wallpaper from the ones that are given.
Have you succeeded? Was it that hard?