Switch Out Your reMarkable’s Sleep Screen… Plus Easily Back it Up


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6 Responses

  1. Guido says:

    Thank you: excellently written tutorial!

  2. Debra Deppeler says:

    Brilliant. Thanks for such useful and detailed steps. I had to do them all. Create a public key, a ssh shortcut, the secure copy to my local computer, and then the copy png back to device, and finally a restart to see my updated suspend.png image. AND IT WORKED!

    I simply added a message to my “sleep” screen with my contact info if someone happens to find my rM, and would be so kind to return it.

  1. March 18, 2021

    […] posted about how you can access your reMarkable through the terminal on your Mac along with changing out it’s default sleep screen image. Now I want to share how I’ve taken a PDF, or a PNG image file, and converted it into a […]

  2. April 14, 2021

    […] to the operating system would also stomp over any unsupported changes I had made previously like my new sleep screen image and custom templates. I was interested to see how quickly and easily I could return my reMarkable2 […]

  3. July 27, 2021

    […] on this script I first learned how to connect to my reMarkable2 via ssh through my terminal, changed my reMarkable2’s default sleep screen image, and then manually uploaded my custom PNG […]

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