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Change DPI without root

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21st June 2014, 12:12 AM   |  #11  
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No, don't say anything else to them about this. It should never have been brought up.

oem's don't like people messing with their stuff. Sure I made this public, but you just set off smoke signals saying "hey look over here. We're messing with something that would be so simple to get rid of. Are you gonna keep it in??"

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No, my message wasn't exactly in par with that, because I'm thinking Motorola would've made it wisely to identify carrier name immediately when you start using your phone, sure dragging the notification bar takes time. My old Nokia 1100 had similar fashion carrier name in the left section, and battery bars in right, so I must say its fair enough by them to follow the General cellular phone screen layout guidelines.
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Its incredibly bigger than the icons displayed in stock launcher though. Its not that ugly but I guess it reduced the icon image clarity.

I fixed it with xposed. And the quality will not be worse because android has every image in many resolutions

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No, my message wasn't exactly in par with that, because I'm thinking Motorola would've made it wisely to identify carrier name immediately when you start using your phone, sure dragging the notification bar takes time. My old Nokia 1100 had similar fashion carrier name in the left section, and battery bars in right, so I must say its fair enough by them to follow the General cellular phone screen layout guidelines.

Ohhhhhh, my mistake then. Thought you were saying about dpi changing sorry about that

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do we have to unlock the bootloader to change the dpi without root??
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