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Themer App FINALLY *Officially Compatible* Aug 27 2014

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I thought I'd share with everyone that the app/home replacement named THEMER is finally LG G3 Compatible as of today.

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...n.themer&hl=en

If you aren't familiar, all you do is install the app, chose from one of over a hundred themes you like, and apply it. Widgets, backgrounds, everything on yours will look just like the pictures in the app gallery.

I've been using it for quite some time on my Nexus 5, and was happy to find out it worked fine on the G3 via restore from TIBU when I upgraded.
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28th August 2014, 06:33 AM |#2  
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Thanks but that slowed down my g3 to a crawl. Uninstalled


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28th August 2014, 01:23 PM |#3  
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Originally Posted by Armenin2001

Thanks but that slowed down my g3 to a crawl. Uninstalled


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Yeah that had to be something else, I've been running this since the day the g3 came out without any lag or slowing to a crawl. Same with my wife on her g3.
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Here's some info about DPI

http://forum.xda-developers.com/them...hemer-t2842008

And here's their sub forum here.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/themer/general

Lastly, this thread has some tips on how you can force compatibility through DPI and other tricks.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2478947
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...too smart for it's own good... I have a modified system DPI, used an xposed module to set themer's dpi to the stock 640 (unless my memory is bad and that's not it) and it still insists the res/dpi is wrong and won't display themes.
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...too smart for it's own good... I have a modified system DPI, used an xposed module to set themer's dpi to the stock 640 (unless my memory is bad and that's not it) and it still insists the res/dpi is wrong and won't display themes.

But... You don't need to do this.
Themed now supports the g3's res so there's no need to change DPI to get it to work
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But... You don't need to do this.
Themed now supports the g3's res so there's no need to change DPI to get it to work

I changed the system DPI, the whole phone is running 540... not default... so to get themer to work I need it be default 640 because I'm sure that's what's supported.
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