In good old days, up to 30 images could be selected directly in the background settings, which were then randomly set as a lock screen image. Unfortunately, this option has been denied to us by Samsung, now it is only possible with live wallpapers, which are often paid, and we cannot choose the pictures ourselves.
Fortunately, we have a Tasker that can handle it (I don't understand why I didn't think of trying it for 2 years).
Create a new Task
Then we create a profile that will respond to the need to turn off the screen:
Event -> Display -> Display Off
From now on, whenever the screen is turned off, the lock screen image changes to one of the folders we entered.
Certainly some good advice, thanks @Libb
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My Device- S21 Ultra 5G ( SM-998B/DS ) CSC= BTU , 12GB/256GB
One Ui 4.0,Android 12 Official Version.
Yes, it is. Because there are still limitations in the out of box functionality. And you can see that the article is almost 1 year old and then it was not possible in settings.
It continue working done, be alive the hile and add more things to do if you know for the tasks manager, are interesting define certains macros in special cases, I left 👍🌹👋
I don't know if the steps did work out for you, but in case they didn't -like for me- try this: In step 2, set the variable %filescnt to # instead of %files(#), i.e. only write the number of total image files in your target wallpaper directory.
Enjoy your day