Cropping Wallpaper

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    Just got the Asus EEE Pad Transformer TF-101 & I am wondering if there is a way to not have it crop images that I want to set as wallpaper?

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    Congrats on your new tablet.

    Check out Multi-Picture Live Wallpaper from the market. This will show the whole picture and kill the scrolling.

    I think you can use QuickPic to do this as well, but I have not tried that lately.
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    Great suggestions from Frederuco but beware of the battery use increase with Multi-Picture Live Wallpaper. If things start getting wonky just remember that app.
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    Thanks for the suggestion!! I looked up Multi Picture, but this isnt what I am looking for.

    I want the pic to be on all screens, but to fit it. When I go to the image I want, it asks me to crop it & is only giving me part of the image.
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    You can do this with Multi-Picture if you only use 1 photo. You can use more if you want, but it is not necessary.
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    Also, you can use Simple Image Wallpaper (the free version). It will show up in your selection of Live Wallpapers. Go to settings> choose image> select an image from your gallery > press back button > press, set wallpaper. Works like a charm.
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