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From the tags on this questions, I'll guess that you're talking about a Kindle Paperwhite. I know it's possible to do this on a Kindle Fire as well; it's in Settings > More > Display > Screen Timeout there (screenshots here). On the paperwhite, and apparently many of the other Touch devices, there are commands that you can input in the search bar to do all ...


Technically it isn't a screensaver since the images are static (unless of course the device cycles through images at regular intervals). Either way, e-ink doesn't suffer from burn-in, so it really isn't necessary. What a screensaver (we'll call it that) does do is show that the device is sleeping, so it will not respond to commands (either via touchscreen ...


It is not possible. Right now, you can either select only one image from your own documents, or the random set of Bookeen images, which reside on the partition not accessible by the user.


As you said, e-ink displays work differently from computer screens, this is not necessary and I think that the only reason to have a screensaver is for aesthetic purposes. I have a Kobo ereader and when it is sleeping or powered-off it displays the cover of the ebook that I'm currently reading, I think that this is made to mimic the look of an actual paper ...

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