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Old May 1st, 2012, 11:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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How do I change the lcd density of my huawei m835 and what are the settings to make it hdpi. (I'm new to all of this)

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There are a few LCD Density changer apps on the market that allow you to change it, but I believe root is required for them all. HDPI is approximately 240 though.
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I've noticed with my M835, once the battery gets low (generally below 50% left), using the Power widget with brightness turned off, the display will flicker unless I use the widget to increase the brightness or go into the settings and increase it manually.
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I've noticed with my M835, once the battery gets low (generally below 50% left), using the Power widget with brightness turned off, the display will flicker unless I use the widget to increase the brightness or go into the settings and increase it manually.
That's a completely separate issue from LCD density.
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There are a few LCD Density changer apps on the market that allow you to change it, but I believe root is required for them all. HDPI is approximately 240 though.
My LG Esteem hdpi is set to a stock 240. I use ROM Toolbox off the Market.

Not sure HDPI would be very usable on this phone though. its already a small screen...making it HDPI would only make everything smaller
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