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LCD Density

Discussion in 'Droid X Tech Support' started by Skayte, Dec 7, 2010.

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    for some reason my phones seems to be set to a low value with no way of changing it (I didn't even set it to it, it went like that after I restarted it)

    Any idea how to change it? I have the Droid X Overclock app from the Market, and it doesn't seem to be doing any good.
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    Try using the overclock app to set the density to 240 and restarting the phone. Actually I'm like 90% 240 is stock for the x

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    Just gets stuck on "Processing"

    It's rather annoying :|
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