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Default Request : decompile opera mini app

Request: to decompile opera mini app, change its dpi to 200, nd compile it back
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Tried to change dpi via 'app setting' app from xposed framework, bt didnt made any change
Currently app's dpi is 240.
 
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Request: to decompile opera mini app, change its dpi to 200, nd compile it back
N post link in reply..
Tried to change dpi via 'app setting' app from xposed framework, bt didnt made any change
Currently app's dpi is 240.
As far as I know, the apk itself never has the DPI specified. The DPI is read from your build.prop (known as ro.sf.lcd_density) and when your application is opened, it adjusts to that DPI.
Please note that I said opened, not installed. If your DPI is say 240 when the application is installed and you change it to 180, the next time you open any application it will automatically be running in that DPI.

The App Settings app with Xposed Framework is working perfectly for me for all apps with different DPIs. You might want to check the following :
1. Check if the Xposed framework is properly installed.
2. Check if App Settings is enabled in the Xposed app
3. Make sure you are pressing "Save" button after changing the app's DPI
 
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App Settings (or maybe Xposed) really does not work on Opera Mini. I tried it myself. This is weird.
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As far as I know, the apk itself never has the DPI specified. The DPI is read from your build.prop (known as ro.sf.lcd_density) and when your application is opened, it adjusts to that DPI.
Please note that I said opened, not installed. If your DPI is say 240 when the application is installed and you change it to 180, the next time you open any application it will automatically be running in that DPI.

The App Settings app with Xposed Framework is working perfectly for me for all apps with different DPIs. You might want to check the following :
1. Check if the Xposed framework is properly installed.
2. Check if App Settings is enabled in the Xposed app
3. Make sure you are pressing "Save" button after changing the app's DPI
I hav changed my dpi to 195, all apps r affected Xcept opera mini, dats y n askin 4 modified opera mini
N everything u mentioned is correctly done, other apps changed, bt opera mini didnt.
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What can we do with appsetting module....???

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What can we do with appsetting module....???

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We can change any particular app's setting "lets say dpi" or "full screen" with d help of app settings module, n r many more options to customize an app..

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