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[Q] how to change soft key dpi on xperia z1 with 4.4.4 with .108 firmware

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By snigglets, Member on 17th August 2014, 07:41 AM
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please can anyone help with changing the soft key dpi from stock to 32 or 36 dpi..its occupying soo much of space
 
 
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please can anyone help with changing the soft key dpi from stock to 32 or 36 dpi..its occupying soo much of space

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How to set in gravity box,please explain

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How to set in gravity box,please explain

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Navigation bar tweaks>General, enable Master switch>Dimensions.
I have the values 80%, 100%, 85%.
Hope you understood...
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This is not Q&A, this is an area for general discussion. This thread should be moved.
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Ok boss WEM97,sry...

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If you would like to avoid the xposed framework like I do then download advanced apk tool, decompile framework-res.apk and after you decompile it then go to /res/values/dimens.xml and modify navbar height dpi there. After you're done doing this then recompile, sign and zipalign and push into the device. Superuser mod is a must before doing it.
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