This is awesome. It runs the app just like Windows does with "Compatibility Mode". Highly recommended if you have your DPI set to anything other than stock (breaks the Play Store).
Use this app to make the phone think it's still using its default DPI when running certain apps like:
- Play Store
- "This app is not compatible ..."
- Some "invisible" text.
- Excessive "white space" on right and bottom
- "Invisible" buttons.
- Bad lag when starting if the storage location is big and slow (like my 32GB class 4 SD card). I don't know why it makes a difference.
- Any other app that doesn't like non-standard resolutions.
You can also use it to force apps to run in a certain screen orientation, like that stubborn Triple Town that won't respect the "Lock orientation" setting or file explorers that don't really need a landscape view. Note that apps that are not programmed for landscape view will not look good when forced into landscape view.
* Phones: Samsung Galaxy SII Epic 4G Touch; Samsung Galaxy SIV
* ROM: Rooted Stock JB 4.1.2; Rooted Stock JB 4.2.2
* Kernel: Stock JB 4.1.2; Stock JB 4.2.2
* Enabled non-stock features: init.d, boot animations, boot splash; init.d, boot animations
* DPI: 200; 400
* [TIPS][SCRIPTS][ROOT]egingell's scripts.
* My Droid Blog
* DropBox (2-18GB free).