Originally Posted by benni2903
Worst thing that can happen is that you have to flash a firmware via odin :P
If I remem er correctly there is an app called "pimp my rom" which has tons of options. There you were able to change the dpi. I would perform a backup first and then try
Sent by my Note 10.1 2014
Thanks for the response. How do I backup ? I have not installed custom recovery yet. is there a way to backup through stock recovery ?
Btw I tried changing with BuildProp Editor (always worked on HTC) but for whatever reason after reboot dpi is resetting back to 320.
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