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Download your mobile screensaver

Thanks for helping us change the lives of children and making their futures brighter. We couldn’t do it without you.

Download your mobile screensaver

To thank you for your kindness and support, we are sharing these images from some of the beautiful places here in Australia and around the world that we work for you to use as a mobile phone screen saver.

Instructions on how to download and set them as a screen saver are shown below



 










Save the Children programs run out of the Dumaji Child and Family Centre in Doomadgee.
The Nicholson River, just outside of Doomadgee.
Photo: Robert McKechnie / Save the Children Australia.


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Hanging flowers made from fabric decorate the ceiling of a home in the Rohingya refugee camps
in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh.
Photo: Daphnee Cook / Save the Children Australia.


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Malua Bay Beach, NSW, Australia.Thousands of residents escaping the blaze took shelter
at Malua Bay Beach during the New Years Eve fire in 2019.
Photo: Matthew Abbott / Save the Children Australia.


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Download Instructions:

Here are some easy-to-follow instructions to save these beautiful images and use them as your mobile screensaver. These instructions should work for most iPhone and Android phones.

iPhone
  • Tap on the link to download the image.
  • Tap ‘Download’ when you see the pop-up appear on your screen.
  • Go back to your ‘Home’ screen and tap the ‘Files’ icon.
  • Select the image you just downloaded and tap the arrow icon in the top right corner.
  • Select ‘Save Image’.
  • Go back to your ‘Home’ screen.
  • Select the ‘Settings’ icon.
  • Scroll down and tap on ‘Wallpaper’.
  • Tap ‘Choose a New Wallpaper’.
  • Tap ‘Recent’.
  • Select the image you wish to use.
  • You will now be shown an example of how your new wallpaper will look. You can adjust the wallpaper by pinching and zooming to change its position.
  • Once you’re happy with how it looks on your screen, tap ‘Set’.
  • Choose where you want the wallpaper to show up. You have three options: ‘Set lock screen’, ‘Set home screen’ or ‘Set both’.
  • Congratulations, you now have a new screen saver!
Android:

Please note: this is only a guide as some functions or icons may be named differently depending on your device.
  • Tap on the link to download the image.
  • Tap ‘Open’ when you see the pop-up appear on your screen.
  • Tap the ‘More Options’ icon (the three vertical dots on top right corner of your screen).
  • Select ‘Use as’.
  • Select ‘Wallpaper’.
  • Choose whether you want to set the image as the wallpaper for your ‘Home screen’, ‘Lock screen’ or both your ‘Home and lock screen’.
  • You will now be shown an example of how your new wallpaper will look. You can adjust the wallpaper by pinching and zooming to change its position.
  • Once you’re happy with how it looks, click ‘Done’ or the tick icon (depending on your phone model).
  • ​Congratulations, you now have a new screen saver!

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