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23rd February 2014, 01:14 PM   |  #1  
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So far, I have enabled 4 way reboot. everything seems to be fine so far. I'm on the supplied stock rom. Taking this slowly as I do not want to encounter something I can't repair. As knox is tripped, you know the rest...

also I have reduced dpi to 300 from standard 320. Will try 280

Charlie

update, 280 seems fine as well...

obviously root is needed
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23rd February 2014, 04:38 PM   |  #2  
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Reducing the dpi scales the fonts and other ui elements down, right? Could you show a screen shot?

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23rd February 2014, 07:41 PM   |  #3  
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Reducing the dpi scales the fonts and other ui elements down, right? Could you show a screen shot?

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It does. However, you need to be careful as to how low (small) you want things to be. Proceed slowly and reboot frequently, as this is a new devise and we do not know the limits of the os. If you crash it, your only recourse will be odin; and sometimes it doesn't work

Can't post a screen shot now as I'm preparing for tomorrow's classes...When I get a chance, I will though

Charlie

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What do you want to see in action?
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26th February 2014, 12:48 AM   |  #4  
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It does. However, you need to be careful as to how low (small) you want things to be. Proceed slowly and reboot frequently, as this is a new devise and we do not know the limits of the os. If you crash it, your only recourse will be odin; and sometimes it doesn't work

Can't post a screen shot now as I'm preparing for tomorrow's classes...When I get a chance, I will though

Charlie

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What do you want to see in action?

What is the default dpi that it comes with?
26th February 2014, 06:55 AM   |  #5  
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What do you want to see in action?

Eh... not sure really as anything you might have wouldn't necessarily be sw that I would have... maybe gmail, the s calendar, or chrome on amazon...


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What is the default dpi that it comes with?

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7th March 2014, 05:48 AM   |  #7  
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I've been trying to customize the quick settings section of the notification shade using wanam but haven't had luck getting all components to change colors. The light background of the volume control seems to be tied to a variable not in the theme section as is the green indicators (the color I hate most on the quick settings tiles).
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270 DPI is an excellent resolution. See mine below. PLENTY of real estate on that screen now! Oh yeah. And still got room for more.
A good app that I've tested and used is: jrummy app called "ROM toolbox Pro" however only for changing the DPI. Usually I just edit the build.prop file as well too. Xposed installer using the module "App settings" works perfectly to do this.
Here's the link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...rty.toolboxpro







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Not sure whether or not to start a new thread so I'll post an update here.

This is a short list of Xposed Framework modules that I'm currently running on my Note Pro in addition to Wanam.

Activity Force New Task
App Settings
Boot Manager
CrappaLinks
Custom Share
Disable Clear Defaults Diallog
Disable Location Consent
Enable BatteryStats Permission
Gesture Navigation
Greenify
MinMinGuard
Sansung Alt Symbols
Tinted Status Bar
Xposed Recent Tasks Ram
Youtube Adaway


Really love having Xposed on this thing.
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270 DPI is an excellent resolution. See mine below. PLENTY of real estate on that screen now! Oh yeah. And still got room for more.
A good app that I've tested and used is: jrummy app called "ROM toolbox Pro" however only for changing the DPI. Usually I just edit the build.prop file as well too. Xposed installer using the module "App settings" works perfectly to do this.
Here's the link:

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...rty.toolboxpro







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Hi, where do I find the setting for dpi in toolbox?
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