[Info] RM3&3S Display accepts renders up to 5k

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SilentDevGuy

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As the title says, you can use the adb wm size command to change the resolution, higher.

On most phones the resolution shipped is the highest available.
The RM3&3S ship stock 1080p but easily go up much higher.

Personally i recommend 1440x3120

wm size 1440x3120

In an su terminal or adb by pc.

This brings the display up to current phones resolution! (2k)

Enjoy!

As for performance and battery life, there is no noticeable NEGATIVE impact. However, when screen recording or streaming your screen, it can lag if your connection cant support the higher resolution. Native screen recording should be unaffected.
 

lius90

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Jul 2, 2010
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As the title says, you can use the adb wm size command to change the resolution, higher.

On most phones the resolution shipped is the highest available.
The RM3&3S ship stock 1080p but easily go up much higher.

Personally i recommend 1440x3120

wm size 1440x3120

In an su terminal or adb by pc.

This brings the display up to current phones resolution! (2k)

Enjoy!

As for performance and battery life, there is no noticeable NEGATIVE impact. However, when screen recording or streaming your screen, it can lag if your connection cant support the higher resolution. Native screen recording should be unaffected.
wow nice
anyone has tested this ?

I have downloaded the DevCheck app and under HARDWARE tab > Graphics > Resolution, it is shown as 2340 x 1080. Does it mean that on adb I have to type wm size 3120x1440 instead ?
Thank you
 
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lius90

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Jul 2, 2010
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As the title says, you can use the adb wm size command to change the resolution, higher.

On most phones the resolution shipped is the highest available.
The RM3&3S ship stock 1080p but easily go up much higher.

Personally i recommend 1440x3120

wm size 1440x3120

In an su terminal or adb by pc.

This brings the display up to current phones resolution! (2k)

Enjoy!

As for performance and battery life, there is no noticeable NEGATIVE impact. However, when screen recording or streaming your screen, it can lag if your connection cant support the higher resolution. Native screen recording should be unaffected.
I have tried changing the resolution yes the screen changed to a smaller icon etc but the problem is the below area is not responding to touch for example, the soft button; back, home and app manager does not work when touched.
 

SilentDevGuy

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On mine
I have tried changing the resolution yes the screen changed to a smaller icon etc but the problem is the below area is not responding to touch for example, the soft button; back, home and app manager does not work when touched.
On mine it works without issue at all and I can touch all the way up to 5k no problem, can you tell me your device model and rom?
Not to be rude or offend you but it is 100% user error on your side, the resolutions are accepted, and tested on A11 and A10 multiple devices. Also the icons smaller and all that is just based on DPI, resolution is the resolving power.
 
Thank you. For the display to work properly, you also need to change the pixel density. We enter three commands in adb:
wm size 1440x3120
wm density 640
reboot
Increased clarity even in games! See screenshots...
Source: https://lumpics.ru/how-change-screen-resolution-on-android/#helpgood
Disable nubia red magic 3 animated boot splash screen on phone boot and reboot, save your zip, download my zip and replace via total commander
bootanimation.zip
shutdownanimation.zip
File path:
system/media/theme/bootup
system/media/theme/shutdown
Here is a program Easy DPI Changer root for those who have root rights:
In the "Density" field, enter the DPI, and in the "Resolution" field, enter the width and length. After changing each parameter, click "Apply" in its block to save the new values. They will apply after a reboot.
I played around with this screen resolution and returned to standard resolution!🧐
 

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    As the title says, you can use the adb wm size command to change the resolution, higher.

    On most phones the resolution shipped is the highest available.
    The RM3&3S ship stock 1080p but easily go up much higher.

    Personally i recommend 1440x3120

    wm size 1440x3120

    In an su terminal or adb by pc.

    This brings the display up to current phones resolution! (2k)

    Enjoy!

    As for performance and battery life, there is no noticeable NEGATIVE impact. However, when screen recording or streaming your screen, it can lag if your connection cant support the higher resolution. Native screen recording should be unaffected.