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[MOD][TWJB4.1.2 i605 Base ONLY]TabletUI w/Floating Multiwindow *7/19/13*

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30th January 2013, 06:12 PM |#161  
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I have a setting using this that allows me to download tablet apps from the playstore. I do not get "this is not compatable with you device" very often at all now. For those interested here are the settings:

Change phone DPI to 210

Using Xposed App change the following in dpi's:

Android System - DPI: 200 with 1000x1600 and tablet unchecked
Google Play Store - DPI: 320 with 320x480 and tablet unchecked
Settings - DPI: 180 with 1000x1600 and tablet unchecked
Settings storage - DPI: 180 with 1000x1600 and tablet unchecked
System UI - DPI: 160 with 1000x1600 and tablet unchecked

One other thing I have realized about using the dpi mod is that when making all these adjustments and depending on the DPI you are running the phone at, either 320, 240 or 180, all other programs will use that setting as default. So if you are running 240 dpi and adjust your xposed app dpi's to something else, but like a program at the deafualt dpi, which would be 240, then if you switch the phone dpi to something different, you will have to remember to change that one program that you liked at 240 back to 240 in xposed app. Sounds confusing and a lot to remember or think about, but once you start playing with dpi's for certain programs you will realize what more they may have or have not to offer.
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30th January 2013, 07:04 PM |#162  
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Re: [MOD][Touchwiz JB 4.1.1 DEODEX ONLY]Tablet UI *UPDATED 1/7/13*
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I have a setting using this that allows me to download tablet apps from the playstore. I do not get "this is not compatable with you device" very often at all now. For those interested here are the settings:

Change phone DPI to 210

Using Xposed App change the following in dpi's:

Android System - DPI: 200 with 1000x1600 and tablet unchecked
Google Play Store - DPI: 320 with 320x480 and tablet unchecked
Settings - DPI: 180 with 1000x1600 and tablet unchecked
Settings storage - DPI: 180 with 1000x1600 and tablet unchecked
System UI - DPI: 160 with 1000x1600 and tablet unchecked

One other thing I have realized about using the dpi mod is that when making all these adjustments and depending on the DPI you are running the phone at, either 320, 240 or 180, all other programs will use that setting as default. So if you are running 240 dpi and adjust your xposed app dpi's to something else, but like a program at the deafualt dpi, which would be 240, then if you switch the phone dpi to something different, you will have to remember to change that one program that you liked at 240 back to 240 in xposed app. Sounds confusing and a lot to remember or think about, but once you start playing with dpi's for certain programs you will realize what more they may have or have not to offer.

Thanks brudda, I'm gonna try this.

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5th February 2013, 04:26 AM |#163  
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I know it's a slightly different phone, but has anyone tried this on an international Galaxy Note 2 (N7100)?
9th February 2013, 10:34 PM |#164  
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If anyone has figured out how to get this working on the sprint model, please post here!
10th February 2013, 07:20 PM |#165  
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If anyone has figured out how to get this working on the sprint model, please post here!

Works great for me....

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19th February 2013, 05:12 PM |#166  
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I know it's a slightly different phone, but has anyone tried this on an international Galaxy Note 2 (N7100)?

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20th February 2013, 09:01 PM |#167  
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Hi,

hm.. i always come into a bootloop

i have the Omega v12

any ideas ?


sorry for my bad english
22nd February 2013, 02:40 AM |#168  
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hm.. i always come into a bootloop

i have the Omega v12

any ideas ?


sorry for my bad english

Could be your microsd card. I have run into a few things with the phone thinking it one thing and turned out to be another. If you microsd is an exfat, than that can cause bootloop.
24th February 2013, 09:28 PM |#169  
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Re: [MOD][Touchwiz JB 4.1.1 DEODEX ONLY]Tablet UI *UPDATED 1/7/13*
Anybody gotten this working on 4.2?

Edit: Got it working on Beans 10, having some trouble getting the DPIs just right, but I'll post them up once I get everything set.
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25th February 2013, 08:25 PM |#170  
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I have no idea why I cant get this to fully work. It's so frustrating. Im able to get the phablet look but cannot seem to get the bottom statusbar tablet ui. I appreciate the ops work but can't help to think some more organized installation instructions wouldn't hurt and arent too much to expect. The flashable tablet zip seems to do nothing but remove my system ui completely and the instructions after the zip are not clear at all. Im not trying to be rude at all just give you my experiences with this mod and I haven't had a very good one.
25th February 2013, 09:43 PM |#171  
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I have no idea why I cant get this to fully work. It's so frustrating. Im able to get the phablet look but cannot seem to get the bottom statusbar tablet ui. I appreciate the ops work but can't help to think some more organized installation instructions wouldn't hurt and arent too much to expect. The flashable tablet zip seems to do nothing but remove my system ui completely and the instructions after the zip are not clear at all. Im not trying to be rude at all just give you my experiences with this mod and I haven't had a very good one.

If you are using the zip or the systemui.apk from the first page, that is the issue. I posted an old systemui.apk about one to two pages back. Download and use it and your status bar will be moved and give you the tablet version.

If you need any further assistance, let me know and I'll help if I can.

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