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[INFORMATORY PURPOSE] xposedGEL settings module

28th February 2014, 10:19 PM |#1  
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So guys..i know this is maybe something you all know, (as this module has also been on portal), but still if someone dont know/tried then i would recommend them this.
XposedGEL settings module..
Module which many of us always awaited for...
We can now tweak google experience launcher like hell(including icon size).
Best part is that it doesn't make icons blurr.... @ Sulaimanshariff @Parth2187 :P and many friends out there love using small dpi..(our dev @xenon92 provides by default 180 lets not forget :P , coz it looks cool..but Google experience launcher icons are blur kinda)
Many options are there..just try urself...just an informatory thread ..

Linky~ http://repo.xposed.info/module/de.th...sedgelsettings



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1st March 2014, 06:29 AM |#2  
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May be a life saver need to try out of 3g quota and yeah raghav thanks again im using carbon as in the clone for ma fav slimbean buh i ain't satisfied with the dpi thing lets see this now will report soon:thumbup:

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1st March 2014, 09:03 AM |#3  
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May be a life saver need to try out of 3g quota and yeah raghav thanks again im using carbon as in the clone for ma fav slimbean buh i ain't satisfied with the dpi thing lets see this now will report soon:thumbup:

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lemme know if that works for u!
1st March 2014, 09:14 AM |#4  
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lemme know if that works for u!

UNFORTUNATELY DOESN'T!!! it works for customisation but icons are still blurry which is a big time NO for me so reverted back

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1st March 2014, 09:47 AM |#5  
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UNFORTUNATELY DOESN'T!!! it works for customisation but icons are still blurry which is a big time NO for me so reverted back

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first change ur dpi to 240(normal) from build then change icon size from this app...this will make all apps 240 dpi and this app 240 too but with small icons ).......btw..if u want all apps small, then use app settings and make only google app 240 dpi! and then use this app...all apps will be small (as in build prop), but google now will be 240 dpi due to app setting..this will make icons not blurr.........i have no blurr icons..using it!! try it...

make everything 240 dpi..and use this app...or use app setting to make google search 240 dpi and use this app(if u want others apps small too)..
1st March 2014, 08:11 PM |#6  
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first change ur dpi to 240(normal) from build then change icon size from this app...this will make all apps 240 dpi and this app 240 too but with small icons ).......btw..if u want all apps small, then use app settings and make only google app 240 dpi! and then use this app...all apps will be small (as in build prop), but google now will be 240 dpi due to app setting..this will make icons not blurr.........i have no blurr icons..using it!! try it...

make everything 240 dpi..and use this app...or use app setting to make google search 240 dpi and use this app(if u want others apps small too)..

App settings doesn't work bro i tried it lemme try again and lol i was using 240 default then used this app changed dpi in build as 180 and then made icons larger with this it didn't work now may ne app settings has been updated may be can chnage google launchers dpi too will i have to chnge google launchers dpi via app settings or google now?? :what:
Edit:holycrap I changed the dpi of google now using app settings and it worked like a charm thanks a million mahn:thumbup:
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2nd March 2014, 12:43 PM |#7  
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App settings doesn't work bro i tried it lemme try again and lol i was using 240 default then used this app changed dpi in build as 180 and then made icons larger with this it didn't work now may ne app settings has been updated may be can chnage google launchers dpi too will i have to chnge google launchers dpi via app settings or google now?? :what:
Edit:holycrap I changed the dpi of google now using app settings and it worked like a charm thanks a million mahn:thumbup:
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Haha.. always welcome mahn!!!

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2nd March 2014, 01:35 PM |#8  
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@raghavsharmaxda Thanks for sharing
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