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OP navjot singh

27th March 2014, 10:40 AM   |  #1  
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Is there any way to change dpi of note 10.1 2014..
And does lowering dpi really makes apps run faster?.

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27th March 2014, 01:25 PM   |  #2  
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If ya wanna change some apps DPI you may install xposed and DPI module and change any app you want. " must be rooted "and does it change device speed , i dont know
27th March 2014, 02:29 PM   |  #3  
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Originally Posted by navjot singh

Is there any way to change dpi of note 10.1 2014..
And does lowering dpi really makes apps run faster?.

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Originally Posted by mjrshark

If ya wanna change some apps DPI you may install xposed and DPI module and change any app you want. " must be rooted "and does it change device speed , i dont know

I think you have to be rooted to change dpi. There are several apps but they can soft brick you very easily. Best is what is mentioned above. Be rooted, install xposed framework, and install the "app settings"" module. From there you can tweak individual dpi for almost everything. I adjust the following to get good uniformity, systemui, launcher (whichever you are using) and settings. Works great on my devices. I don't have the SGN 10.1 yet but that's the plan. It also allows you to change just the font size or lock rotation for a particular app, or even force full screen.
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