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Guide Modify Stock DPI on OP2: Requires ROOT, No Third-Party Apps

  1. Fikri
    Gingerbread Oct 11, 2015


    #61
  2. SunSpear
    Ice Cream Sandwich Oct 20, 2015

    SunSpear , Oct 20, 2015 :
    You mean like the awesome Filipino back bacon-type thing? :D
     

    #62
  3. Maghuro
    Honeycomb Oct 21, 2015

    Maghuro , Oct 21, 2015 :
    I can't tell the difference...
    Is there a major difference that I can't spot?

    Edit: The difference is... That my swiftkey keyboard just went nuts. Now all the keys are HUGE and, even if I revert to 400, it stays the same..

    I rebooted several times already.

    Edit 2: Ok, by miracle, it's good again
     
    Last edited: Oct 21, 2015

    #63
  4. eggandham
    Cupcake Nov 28, 2015

    eggandham , Nov 28, 2015 :

    Thanks for this - worked perfectly for me on the OP2. Running with 380 now.
     

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  5. skyn3t
    Froyo Dec 16, 2015

    Last edited: Dec 16, 2015

    #65
  6. TlathamXmahtalT
    KitKat Dec 16, 2015

    TlathamXmahtalT , Dec 16, 2015 :
    Why the unnecessary bloat though?
     

    #66
  7. pure.by
    Gingerbread Mar 13, 2016

    pure.by , Mar 13, 2016 :
    Thanks for the guide. This is certainly the best way to change DPI.

    Like folks at Reddit have calculated, the 'native' DPI for OP1 (and OP2 too, as it has the same screen size and resolution) is indeed 400. Because standard supported DPI's jump from 480 to 320, OP sanely decided to go with 480.

    But, setting it manually to 400 is even better, and does not have any serious side effects. Most Android apps are built flexible enough to support custom DPIs without any issues.

    Text Size does look a bit small though. I just set it to Large in system settings so it looks pretty much like standard 480, though you get really noticeability 'more' screen :)
     

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  8. B1511715740357
    Cupcake Jan 24, 2018


    #68