Originally Posted by mikecheat04
I've never done or heard of changing the pixel density before. What does it do and how did you do it please?
It's an effect you put on the framebuffer to give the illusion of having a higher resolution on your phone. If you lower the pixel density value, it will make everything more spaced out and smaller in general, giving the illusion of the phone having a higher resolution. It adds nothing besides a placebo affect and breaks certain things, such as the lockscreen and the background image for the pull-down bar. If you don't care about those things, you can try it out and test it for yourself. I recommend a value of 200.
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