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Would you guys like a dpi mod?

25th July 2014, 09:11 PM |#11  
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Textdroider DPI app - 375 is where it's at.
 
 
30th July 2014, 08:02 AM |#12  
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Textdroider DPI app - 375 is where it's at.

I use 375 as well. Its been perfect at that for months. And with next launcher its perfect.

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30th July 2014, 06:54 PM |#13  
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I use 375 as well. Its been perfect at that for months. And with next launcher its perfect.

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Did you get the lockscreen to work right? The camera button was near the middle or the screen when I tried to change the dpi before.
30th July 2014, 08:17 PM |#14  
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I just tweak my build prop. I like 340 on mine.

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30th July 2014, 10:34 PM |#15  
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I use 375 as well. Its been perfect at that for months. And with next launcher its perfect.

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Thanks for the heads up on the 375. Went into build.prop and changed from 480 to 375. Soooo much better!
31st July 2014, 02:21 PM |#16  
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Thanks for the heads up on the 375. Went into build.prop and changed from 480 to 375. Soooo much better!

What's the diff in changing it via one of those apps "App Settings, etc" or changing it in the build.prop file..??
31st July 2014, 03:59 PM |#17  
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What's the diff in changing it via one of those apps "App Settings, etc" or changing it in the build.prop file..??

Build.prop will change the whole phone where some of the apps can do it on an app by so basis. But some of them all they are doing is going into the build and doing it for you so you don't go in and accidently change something else

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I always change mine to 330 and seems to be perfect for me.
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Someone want to try something for me?. If you have X note 12 downloaded already unzip the rom and pull the Xtransformer app from it. Copy and paste it to your system/app change permission to rw.r.r and let me know if it works.

I ask cause I don't have my comp. Right now and can't recover if I mess something up. But also because I toke the X note 12 Xtransformer app and put it in X note 7 and it works perfectly. I like it better because it has the lower dpi's

Edit: well got my Como back and tested this and the x transform app works on a few other Roms in case anyone was wondering.
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