Sony Xperia Z has won most of the people’s heart during the CES 2013. Along with XPeria Z, XPeria ZL did show up at Sony booth. As always with new flagship smartphones we see a set of new default wallpapers on the device. Sony XPeria Z being the first flagship model in the Android lineup of 2013 by Sony Mobiles is packed with few of the best and amazing wallpapers. These wallpapers can be used on any of the Android smartphones which are of amazing high quality as the downloadable folder contains both home screen and lock screen wallpapers containing amazing resolution measuring 1440 x 1280 and 720 x 1280 pixels.
Here in this guide we will show you the guide on how you can bring these wallpapers on any of your Android smartphone.
We know that XPeria Z comes up with amazing specifications and features included with 2 GB RAM and more in the latest news we learn that Android 4.2 Jelly Bean update will arrive soon as the XPeria Z makes official entry. Interestingly it will be the first handset to be updated to Android 4.2 Jelly Bean version ever since Google announced the current latest version in November 13, 2012.
Xperia Z Default Wallpaper
Follow the simple guide here –
- Download the Sony XPeria Z Wallpaper pack on to your PC from LINK. Extract the folder on to your PC desktop using WinRar or 7 Zip. The beautiful wallpapers are these ones –
- You should also ensure that USB Debugging is enabled on your device. You should navigate to Settings > Applications > Development > USB debugging.
- Now connect your phone using the USB cable and go through the Mass Storage Mode. You will see two separate drivers i.e., your phone memory and External Micro SD card memory folder displayed over there. If it doesn’t show up make sure that you have installed the proper USB drivers.
- Move the complete folder containing the lock screen wallpapers and home screen wallpapers on o your phone internal storage.
- Using any of the file explorer you can go to that particular folder and view them. When you press Menu button, you will have the option to set it as the device Lock Screen Image or as wallpaper.
So that was easy and as simple as eating Pizzas.
Originally posted 2013-01-18 09:38:17.