An interactive 3D photo gallery for your phone's wallpaper! MiaBella 3D Live Wallpaper is a photo gallery for your phone's background that shows your pictures on an interactive, rotating sphere with a 3D zoom. Now you can display your own custom photo albums! Read a review on 100BestAndroidApps.com: http://goo.gl/Wh6oM INSTRUCTIONS Move your finger across your touch screen to turn the sphere. Tap ONCE on an open area of your screen to increase the speed of the sphere’s automatic rotation. Tap TWICE on an open area of your screen to decrease the speed of the sphere’s automatic rotation. Tap THREE TIMES on an open area of your screen to set to forefront picture as your background image. To launch this app from your home screen, press: Menu Key → Wallpaper → Live Wallpapers → MiaBella 3D Wallpaper There, you can set this as your phone’s wallpaper or change the number of pictures loaded from your photo library. After changing the number of pictures to display, some devices require you to hit the “back” button on your phone to return to the live wallpaper screen. INSTRUCTIONS FOR DISPLAYING YOUR OWN PHOTO ALBUM Users can now load a specific photo gallery onto the MiaBella 3D Live Wallpaper display. The image album must already be in its own directory. People often create such folders with a file manager program from Android Market. It might also be possible to attach a phone to a personal computer and create a photo album directory by working through the PC's file explorer application. Once you have created a folder with the photos you want to show, from your home screen press: Menu Key → Wallpaper → Live Wallpapers → MiaBella 3D Wallpaper → Settings → Select Gallery Directory A pop-up box will let you type in the full path of the directory. The folder location must use the Android file system convention as demonstrated by these examples: /mnt/sdcard/DCIM/100MEDIA/ /mnt/sdcard/Downloads/ /mnt/sdcard/Sample Photo/ If you receive an error message, please try the following: --Make sure the entire path is spelled correctly, you use forward slashes (not back-slashes), and that you start the path with a forward slash. --Check uppercase and lowercase letters. Some Android file systems are case sensitive. --Wait a little bit and try again. A new folder might get scanned by the operating system’s media service. This can take some time depending on the size of the directory.