09-03-2011 05:00 PM
I just got my Nook The Simple Touch Reader yesterday, and so far, I love it! I was reading somewhere that you could personalize your screensaver/wallpaper on your Nook so I was wondering how. Thanks for all the help in advance
09-03-2011 05:29 PM
You connect your Nook to your PC or Mac, you place pictures in My wallpaper folder. Now for screensavers however there's a my screensaver folder but you have to place pictures for screensaver in a different folder then place it into that folder. That is if this is hasn't changed cause I have a first gen Nook.
09-03-2011 05:48 PM
Oh and one last thing kitty, www.nook-look.com has wallpapers and screensavers for nook you might find something you like there for your nook.
Congratulations joining Nook Nation and welcome to the forum.
09-11-2011 10:30 AM
07-09-2012 05:47 PM
yes yes yes you do just as chrisdude said to do. Then when you go to sellect a screensaver from the setting menu, the new option will be there for you to pick and it well then display what ever picture you put in there when the screensaver come on.
For dummies please?
Where do I get wallpaper (free?)
I think I can download a .jpg maybe to my computer. Then I move it where? My (simple touch?) Nook has:
So I guess the .jpg goes into screensavers, or was I supposed to make a folder in there?
February - last edited February
You create a folder of .jpg files under screensavers (for example I have a folder called Escher). Ideally, the jpg files should be black and white, 800 high by 600 wide.
You can find a whole bunch that people have created and uploaded here: