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By boosting1bar, Senior Member on 26th August 2014, 02:43 AM
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I've been running the awesome SkyDragon ROM/kernel with texdroider running the DPI at 560 and it's awesome. Today I got the circle case with wireless charging back and because of the different DPI the clock doesn't line up. I just changed back to stock DPI and the clock is fine but I realized just how much I enjoyed the rest of the phone at 570. I downloaded App Settings to try but I can't find the name of the lockscreen apk. Anyone know or have a better solution? Thanks.
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26th August 2014, 04:53 PM |#2  
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I've been running the awesome SkyDragon ROM/kernel with texdroider running the DPI at 560 and it's awesome. Today I got the circle case with wireless charging back and because of the different DPI the clock doesn't line up. I just changed back to stock DPI and the clock is fine but I realized just how much I enjoyed the rest of the phone at 570. I downloaded App Settings to try but I can't find the name of the lockscreen apk. Anyone know or have a better solution? Thanks.

So just in case anyone is wondering or has the same problem, it seems the easiest option is to set SystemUI back to 640 with App Settings. That fixes the lockscreen circle back to the proper position. It affects the status bar and nav bar as well, but it still keeps everything else the same.

As you can see in the screenshot here the status bar icons are proportionally a little too big, but not horrible. I shrank the nav bar back down with G3 Tweaksbox.
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26th February 2015, 06:55 PM |#3  
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Necroposting for the purpose of this being the first result in Google for G3 Lockscreen DPI.

Figured it out.

Undo any and all previous DPI tweaks.

Use Texdroider DPI, set to 530 reboot.

Install xposed AppSettings, enable it. Reboot.
In AppSettings look for an entry called key com.android.keyguard. Enable it and set DPI to 640 (this is stock). Under that select/check Apply res to widgets.

Save (Maybe Reboot also).
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