Show your Golden Eagle Pride by displaying the 2013-14 sport-specific wallpapers, iPhone screen lock/wallpapers and social media headers.
iPhone Screen Lock/Wallpaper
(The process is the same), start by making sure you've got the image you want to use on your iPhone. You can get the image onto your phone by taking a picture with the built-in camera, with Photo Steam if you use iCloud, by saving an image from the web, or by adding photos to iPhone from your desktop.
Once the image is on your phone, go to your home screen and tap on the Settings app.
In Settings, tap Brightness & Wallpaper.
In Brightness & Wallpaper, tap Wallpaper.
On that screen you'll see the list of the groups of photos your iPhone contains. This includes Wallpaper (built-in images provided by Apple on all iPhones), Camera Roll (pictures taken with your built-in camera), photos taken with any photo apps, or the names of folders you've synced to the phone. Tap the collection of photos that contains the one you want to use.
Tap the photo you want to make your wallpaper. If it's a photo, you can move the photo or scale it by zooming in on it, to modify how the image will appear when it's your wallpaper (if it's on of the built in wallpapers, you can't zoom in or adjust it). When you've got the photo how you want it, tap Set (or Cancel if you change your mind).
Next, you have to choose whether you want the image for your home screen, lock screen, or both. Tap the option you prefer, or tap Cancel if you've changed your mind.
he image is now your iPhone wallpaper. If you set it as wallpaper, press the Home button and you'll see it beneath your apps. If you're used it on the lock screen, lock your phone and then press a button to wake it up and you'll see the new wallpaper.
Click the 'Facebook Cover Photo 1' or 'Facebook Cover Photo 2' link and save the image to your desktop.
Login into Facebook.
Open Facebook and hover over your cover photo and click "Change Cover."
If you don't have an existing Facebook Cover photo, then simply click 'Add Cover', then 'Upload Cover.'
Click the 'Header Photo 1' or 'Header Photo 2' link and save the image to your desktop.
Login into Twitter.
Click the "Me" button on the top of your Twitter navigation menu.
Click the gear/settings icon in the horizontal menu at the top of every Twitter page.
Click "Edit Profile" beneath your Twitter name in the drop-down menu.
Click "Design" in the menu at left.
Click the "Change Header" button.
Select the image from your desktop on your computer and upload it.