By . Iphone 11. At Friday, October 02nd 2020, 15:45:54 PM.
I was in the process of making a video presentation on my laptop when my microphone headset went out. This is a legacy headset that has a 1/8th microphone jack that simply plugs into the audio input on my laptop. I was frantic as I had this video to make and no sound input. I tried for an hour to fix the microphone by rewiring with no luck. Then after about 2 hours it hit me that I could use my blue-tooth headset as a audio input on my laptop thanks to its integrated blue-tooth capability. Now some of you might be going "well duH!" but for me since I havent used my blue-tooth devices for my laptop before and only for my cellphone this was something new. But its a good example of how ingrained the "wired" concept is in our heads. I wasnt thinking at the time how I could maybe go out and pick up the latest and greatest wireless microphone. Instead I was thinking about where I could go to get an old legacy microphone that was exactly like the one I had!
If you are using iPhoto its not a bad idea to create a new album to keep your wallpapers in. You can then sync this folder with your device. If you are not using iPhoto you can keep your wallpapers in a specified folder on your hard drive and sync with that. Copy the wallpaper images you have downloaded or created to your iPhoto album designated folder Photoshop Album or Photoshop Elements. Connect your iPhone or Touch to your computer and open iTunes. In the library column on the left click your device icon. Now click on the Photos tab. Make sure "Sync photos from" is checked then in the pulldown menu either select the folder where you placed your wallpapers or select iPhoto. If you are just syncing selected albums rather than all photos make sure your wallpapers are in an iPhoto album and that it is selected in the list. Press Apply (or sync) and the images in iPhoto or the selected folder will be copied over to your device.
Also look for iPhone wallpapers websites that have a great variety and many different categories. A website that has thousands of wallpapers and a search box as well is very handy. You can just type in a keyword and the website will come up with its own wallpapers search results related to your keyword inquiry. No need to browse for hours if you are not inclined to. Short Version: You can make any image on your device a wallpaper by selecting it in your photo library tapping the icon in the bottom left corner and selecting "Use as wallpaper" To get images into your device you need to set iTunes up to sync with iPhoto or the folder containing your wallpaper images if your not using iPhoto.