Solved We have a screen saver for Ubuntu Touch?
Hi, I’m asking if there’s a possibility of installing a screen saver from our operating system.
By the way.
I have installed Ubuntu Touch for 3 days and everything works perfectly.
I like it: very fluid and easy to learn.
I’m so glad I finally quit Google.
There is no traditional "screen saver" no. You can choose the timeout for locking and turning the screen off, in the battery settings though. The screen is saved by simply not being on.
And those wallpaper moving that are found on android?
@kunai There's no support for active wallpapers in Lomiri (the shell used in Ubuntu Touch) yet.
@kunai see this thread maybe.
Someone is willing to set rolling wallpapers with a command line script, he could help you do the same.
Anyway, screen savers are usefull only for (AM)OLED screens, as LCD ones are not so much impacted by burning, my PC LCD screen is 10 years old and burning started to appear 2 or 3 years ago.
Sometimes I use the night clock app. It s a kind of screen saver