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[Q] No Active Display after changing LCD Density

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Let me know if that works. I've been wanting to change the stem DPI also
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Will do. I might have to take a break from work to run out to my car and try this.
Download the newest version from here

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2554049

While in recovery, change Active Display to 320 in App Settings module, build.prop to 280 (or whatever number you desire). Reboot, profit

Also, if anyone wants tablet mode for certain apps (I use mine on GMail, go to App Settings module, select the particular app, change DPI to around 220, and DP to 800X1280)
 
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So I finally got around to refreshing my phone. 280 in build.prop with 320 set for active display makes the phone right where I want it with resolution and size

My new favorite phone of all time. And I don't even have AOKP, and never will

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So I finally got around to refreshing my phone. 280 in build.prop with 320 set for active display makes the phone right where I want it with resolution and size

My new favorite phone of all time. And I don't even have AOKP, and never will

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Can you please explain how u did it? I'm lost.. Thanks!
 
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Can you please explain how u did it? I'm lost.. Thanks!
You have to install Xposed and the module App Settings. Once you've rebooted and Xposed is active, go into App Settings and set the DPI on Active Display to 320. Then set your DPI in build.prop to whatever you want. Reboot and enjoy.

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