There's an app for that. Yes. Several. I'm using Wallaby. More interesting is what Android does with the wallpaper. When I tell Ubuntu I want to use a photo for the desktop's background (wall paper) I have to choose the style: Tile, Zoom, Center, Scale, Stretch, Span Android is totally different. I'll attach a 1024x768 image that is just some color bars and you can see for yourself what it's doing. Android only shows a portion of the photo you choose. Coby says my MID7015 has a screen size of 800x480. So with my color bars as the background and the tablet held vertical (portrait) the 768 seems scaled to 800 (or was it stretched?). The width looks more like 460 than 480 so I'm guessing it was scaled. But the width is 460 not 1024. You can slide the screen left or right and see a different section of the background, but cannot slide all the way to the outer vertical edge of the 1024 image. Turn the Coby horizontal and you get another portion of the image, this time the top 460 pixels of the 768, the bottom 308 pixels are out of view. Slide left or right and see more of the side but still not all the way to the edge. The percentage that it slides is much reduced this time. Just a heads-up when picking a photo to use for your wallpaper. You'll need one that still looks good even when just a portion is displayed. Also the bottom third may be lost in landscape. p.s. I used adb to push the image to the tablet. Gallery would not find it until I re-booted. Wallaby would not find it until after Gallery did. EDIT: see post #6 for two photos that explain the "What you see" much better.