Custom background or wallpaper for Cisco IP SPA525G phone- My company logo is preferred

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Custom background or wallpaper for Cisco IP SPA525G phone- My company logo is preferred
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If you want to change the background of the SPA525G to your company's logo, or a photograph of your dog, please follow this steps:

The SPA525G can display any size JPG image, but the phone's screen is 320x240 pixels in size.

The JPG images can have up to 32-bits of color depth.

Basically, the above means that you can display any JPG image that you like.  [Please remember that this is a phone, so don't expect it to deal with megapixel-sized files. A photograph or a logo will be under 200kB in size.]

Configure Wallpaper Selection Using the phone:

  1. Copy your favorite photos on the USB key into the \pictures directory.
  2. Insert the USB key into the SPA525G's USB slot.
  3. Press the setup button [looks like a page with top-right corner bent]
  4. Press 6, User Preferences
  5. Press 3, Screen Preferences
  6. Scroll down to Wallpaper
  7. Navigate right to display the Select an image screen
    This causes the phone to check the USB key's \pictures directory
  8. Press View display a full size version of the image
    Use the Previous, Next, and Back soft keys to scroll between the images
  9. Press Select to choose the new background image
  10. Press Set to save your selection
  11. Press the setup button [looks like a page with top-right corner bent] to exit and display the phone's regular display with the new wallpaper

Source: https://goo.gl/YcEhO5
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Yes...he can do this however since he doesn't have access to the RingCentral provisioning server any image that he uploads will be lost whenever the phone reboots.

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