Discussion in 'Droid Bionic Hacks' started by manddarran, Sep 9, 2011.
It defaults at 240 and I am currently running at 200. Superb!
Can you explain what you mean? I've never heard of LCD Density before. does this improve the display quality in some way?
Sure. The short story is it basically makes the text smaller and "gives you more screen area". It makes things denser.
lcd density in the market
I just set mine to 200 and it messed up the lockscreen, the slider is off from the translucent part of the screen it sits on. Any way to fix this or do I need to get widgetlocker or something?
Is anyone else noticed issues with some apps not filling up the screen all the way and light grey fill instead?
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On the d1 downloading spare parts from the market and unchecking compatibility mode would fix the app problem
How about a screen grab? Does it make the screen, texts and fonts look better.
Confirmed this method deffiently fixed the problem
there are some pics in the market
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I don't know anything about LCD Density... Can someone explain to me the benefits of changing it? Is there a real benefit to it, or just personal preference. Thanks in advance!
It makes items on the screen smaller and creates space, giving the layman a sense of higher resolution. Many are reporting the lockscreen and pulldown menu get tweaked. I don't really see the point.
One side effect that I have found is that some apps in the market wont install or show updates until you go back to stock 240. Facebook was one.
I use this to make the text and status bar smaller so I can see more on the screen at one time.
Actually this seems to be a result of the "new market" app. I uninstalled the market app update and could install stuff.
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