Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Sasuke082594, Jul 14, 2013.
I heard of Xposed Framework being able to do this, but is it possible and worth thr hassle?
App Settings is the module you need for manual dpi settings. I use it with a few of my apps. The app is worth it if you want more screen real estate on the app you want to change.
Can you explain how to use it or is it common sense? XD i haven't checked it out yet
It must be used with Xposed Framework?
It must be used with the Xposed Framework.
Open Xposed Installer
Install/Update whithin the Xposed Installer
Download App Settings
Install App Settings with a file manager or an apk installer of your choice
Enable the App Settings module in the Modules tab of the Xposed Installer
Open App Settings
Choose an app
Application Settings have to be on
Change the DPI: to any number
Hit the floppy to save the application settings
Reopen the app that you chose
One bug that happens with apps that it will show the error "App Name has stopped working" because you set the DPI too low.
Does it work with all apps? I tried witg Minecraft and nothing happened.
Maybe it's because it's located on SDcard and not Internal?
Some games and apps have a set user interface that doesn't change based on DPI.
Well yeah that makes sense. Ill keep trying it out. Is it safe to lower the launchers DPI?
It turns out it was just the app lol but the rest worked. Which app do I change to lower the DPI for my stock launcher?