So you like the look of Marques Brownlees’ (@MKBHD) wallpapers and want to see them on your Android headunit?
mkbhd wallpapers are trendy, but Marques Brownlee does much more than just wallpaper, so check out his site for quality tech videos.
Back to the MKBHD Wallpapers
You need two things to get those awesome mkbhd wallpapers onto your Android headunit screen, so we will link you to the tools you need. These are just some simple steps, but they are necessary.
You need to install a compatible launcher that will accept desktop wallpaper. Not all car launchers will allow this, but the notable exceptions are FCC Car Launcher. Available on the play store, FCC will allow you to choose a custom wallpaper and then add widgets to display the information you want over the top of it.
The other exception, slightly out of the box, is using a phone launcher to display wallpapers and widgets. Lay the widgets in a way that is easily accessible, and you have a car launcher based on a phone launcher. The advantage of this is that custom wallpapers are a standard feature of phone launchers, and adding mkbhd wallpaper is a simple process. We like Nova Launcher as a car launcher with custom wallpaper and widgets because it differs from the norm.
Many other car launchers may take a custom wallpaper; let us know in the comments if you have one.
Get some MKBHD wallpapers and either store them on a memory stick and transfer them to the Android headunit or download them directly to the headunit from the web. Marques Brownlee has been very kind to upload a selection of his wallpapers to a google drive for you to download.
Unzip the collection of MKBHD wallpapers to extract individual images. You can then browse the picture you want from the launcher file selector for ‘custom wallpaper.’
You should now have a fantastic MKBHD wallpaper on your Android head unit. You are free to change the picture an unlimited number of times.