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18th May 2014, 07:29 PM |#11  
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App Settings and Chrome works just fine. I'm using Chrome Beta and App Settings. Sett the Dpi to 320 or lower and set the DP to 800x1280.

Done. It's the same thing with all other apps that have tablet UI.


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All my other apps (including gapps) that I set to tablet UI are working just not chrome and browser
 
 
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All my other apps (including gapps) that I set to tablet UI are working just not chrome and browser

That's strange. Have you tried Chrome Beta? Works just fine here, and I have never had any issues with DPI changes.

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All my other apps (including gapps) that I set to tablet UI are working just not chrome and browser

Have you tried removing/uninstalling everything and start from scratch with xposed? Perhaps it might solve it
19th May 2014, 05:57 AM |#14  
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Have you tried removing/uninstalling everything and start from scratch with xposed? Perhaps it might solve it

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you got a problem...but u don't wanna solve it or receive help. gtfo
19th May 2014, 07:32 AM |#16  
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My post was tongue in cheek
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Hahaha, this is gold.

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