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Default change dpi and other options?

I see no custom roms yet so what tool should I use to edit build.prop entries and dpi settings, fonts, etc. any info is appreciated.
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Root explorer has always and still does work for me. I'd personally wait for a custom recovery before messing with the phone too much, but it's up to you.
 
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Root explorer has always and still does work for me. I'd personally wait for a custom recovery before messing with the phone too much, but it's up to you.

I read a couple places there is a way to put a custom recovery on unless our us at&t model isn't supported (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2554004) and I also read another thread that we could use freegee pro to install cwm or twrp... is any of this true?'

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I read a couple places there is a way to put a custom recovery on unless our us at&t model isn't supported (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2554004) and I also read another thread that we could use freegee pro to install cwm or twrp... is any of this true?'

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I keep forgetting that there's more than one variant of this phone in the same section (which will be interesting when it comes to flashing roms)

As far as I know, the Sprint and T-Mobile variants still have locked bootloaders and no custom recoveries. As for the AT&T variant and freegee pro, I have no idea.

As for removing bloat, I like to use Root Explorer...I don't know if there is a best app, it really depends on what app suits your needs.
 
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I read a couple places there is a way to put a custom recovery on unless our us at&t model isn't supported (http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2554004) and I also read another thread that we could use freegee pro to install cwm or twrp... is any of this true?'

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Titanium is best app for freezing bloat root explorer best get rid of it

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Rom Toolbox Pro is working good so far. probably because of the android version.. it doesn't work too well with kitkat
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