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Samsung galaxy y wallpaper changing problem

So to clear some of the internal memory, I cleared the settings data by mistake and now my wallpaper(home screen saver) is the default one. I tried to change it a number of times but it just won't change. This has happened before and I really really hate this. why doesn't it work? How can I fix it?

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Generally speaking, you should be able to go into the settings of the phone, go to the area of where the wallpapers and lock screen settings are, and then choose what you want. You can also go to your gallery and find the photo you want to use, then simply select it, and under its options it should allow you to choose to use as wallpaper.

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