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[GUIDE][CM9]How to apply HDPI themes to MDPI

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1. Install this app(LCD Density Modder

2. Download the HDPI theme and install it DON'T APPLY IT.

3. Open the app and change the density from 160 to 140 and click "Save & Reboot"

It'll ask for root and click allow.

4. After reboot, go to your theme chooser and apply the HDPI theme.
Ignore the message.

5. Go to the app again and change density from 140 to 160.

6. Click "Save & Reboot".

7. Wait for end the reboot.

8. Wait

9. Wait

10. Gotcha! Now the HDPI theme is applied on your MDPI Device!

Note: It works on SGAce, OptimusOne according to the thread's post
and I did not tested it myself
So, if u tested it and it works, leave a comment here
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Reserved...it's very useful, thanks for sharing!

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Won't HDPI themes require more resources from our X8?
 
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what if i want to stay on 140 density ??
 
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I tested this and its working!


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Interesting!
I'll try it in my X8 later!

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Works..I knew this a long time ago...
 
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Reserved...it's very useful, thanks for sharing!

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Glad i helped
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Thanks man
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Won't HDPI themes require more resources from our X8?
Maybe..

I dont know much of it :)


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what if i want to stay on 140 density ??
the iconswill be big i think
Its best to change back to 160
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I tested this and its working!
What theme did u use?

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the iconswill be big i think
Its best to change back to 160
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aww , thats bad to hear , x8 is much more beautiful with 140 and 135 densities

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