Got my phone today and really like it. I changed the default wallpaper on the home screen and later decided to change it back to the original which is still showing on the Lock Screen, but I cannot find it.
Is there a storage location.
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If you've already tried this before, my apologies.
Pinch the Home screen or place a finger with some pressure on an empty place on your Home page and wait until you see Wallpapers, Themes, Widgets, and Home Screen Settings appear.
Press on Wallpapers, My Wallpapers and they should be there.
If they're not, perhaps someone else can help you to download them.
Again, if you've already tried this before my apologies.
Long hold on a clear bit of homescreen.
This will invoke a number of options.
Choose Wallpapers and then My Wallpapers.
Is it in there ?
If not then go back and choose Themes and then My Stuff and see if it's there.
If not choose Themes again and choose Default.
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Did all that as well as extensive online searching and cannot find it anywhere. I also inadvertently changed the lock screen in my playing and so now it is really gone ;=) I'll write Samsung with the screen shot I have and maybe ask a few You-Tubers but I am out of ideas. Thank you again for your help.
To return your Lockscreen or Wallpaper back to the default, you can not just do it from the homescreen, as you would when normally changing it because you will not find the image there. Instead, go to Settings>Wallpaper>MyWalpapers. You will find the default image, live images, and variations at this location.