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Or install appsettings module from exposed site. With that you can change more than dpi.

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Looking at the app settings screenshots, it appears to be the same...
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A lot of folks change the DPI system wide. I generally like the size except for in the aforementioned apps. To individually change those DPI go to Settings -> Custom Settings -> Xposed Framework Mods -> Per -App DPI Settings. Pick the app. Then, pick your desired app. Move the slider at the top of the page to on and change the DPI. It's easy to change it. So, don't sweat the decision. Put in a number and take a look at the app. If you don't like it, open the per-app dpi settings and change it to something else.

That's as extensive as I go in changing the settings. Maybe somebody else can add further details/preferences...

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I still dont know How to:

1- Change the system wide dpi settimgs?
2- Change per-app dpi settings without appsettings module? Where I can find "Settings -> Custom Settings -> Xposed Framework Mods"?

Sorry for the noob questions.

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I still dont know How to:

1- Change the system wide dpi settimgs?
2- Change per-app dpi settings without appsettings module? Where I can find "Settings -> Custom Settings -> Xposed Framework Mods"?

Sorry for the noob questions.

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EDIT: I just realized this post is outside the ROM's thread. I have a custom ROM installed: Beans. You have to be rooted (I believe) to modify the DPI.

1- I don't know how. I don't do this.
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  • You go into your phone's settings.
  • Find the menu "custom settings" and click on it.
  • Find the menu "Xposed Framework Mods" and click on it.
  • Click on "Per-app dpi settings."
  • Click on the application you would like to change.
  • Turn the slider at the top to on.
  • Input desired DPI.
  • Save.
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EDIT: I just realized this post is outside the ROM's thread. I have a custom ROM installed: Beans. You have to be rooted (I believe) to modify the DPI.

1- I don't know how. I don't do this.
2-
  • You go into your phone's settings.
  • Find the menu "custom settings" and click on it.
  • Find the menu "Xposed Framework Mods" and click on it.
  • Click on "Per-app dpi settings."
  • Click on the application you would like to change.
  • Turn the slider at the top to on.
  • Input desired DPI.
  • Save.
Ok, I use stock rom and that's why I dont see the custom settings. Anyway thanks for your help.


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Ok, I use stock rom and that's why I dont see the custom settings. Anyway thanks for your help.


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Not hard to root and update ROM:
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2543386

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Thanks, I have root already but dont want to use custom rom. However i can use appsettings module in xposed to change per-app dpi.

What is the default dpi setting of our Note 3?
The per-app dpi setting is depending on your eye's ability

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