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Hey dafox we change both instances of density to enable it correct?

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**edit** scratch that,I did it at 320 and it was fine
 
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213 is gorgeous !! However dialer is so small any way to fix that ?

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if you have issues of stuff going smaller like the dialer just download a dialer app and install it and it should be fine i saw a vid on youtube a while back and the dude fixed it like that
 
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if you have issues of stuff going smaller like the dialer just download a dialer app and install it and it should be fine i saw a vid on youtube a while back and the dude fixed it like that
May I know where can I find the thread of the dude fixed that? Thanks
 
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Has there been any development on alternative/custom soft keys for TW roms? I would love to enable the nav bar but have no desire to use home/back/recent softkeys.
 
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