After entering the screen size and screen resolution the app will calculate DPI to 3 decimal places.
The app also tells you your current device's resolution on launch.
- Devices with softkeys at the bottom (Android 4.0 +, mostly nexus devices and tablets) incorrectly report the screen resolution, not taking into account the bar with the keys.
And now we’ve got a great app for this task. It’s really simple in use and extremely aggective in its work. If you need to convert dimensions for:
then DPI Convert will do it for you with pleasure! So if you think that you need something like this, then just download it. Besides this DPI calculator is free )
PS. Don’t forget to write comments, wishes and so on.
Info about DPI
Texdroid DPI allows to easily change DPI settings on rooted devices.
This can cause your device to get in bootloop.
Make a backup before using it.
In case of bootloop please replace /system/build.prop with /data/data/com.texdroider.texdroider_dpi/files/backup/build.prop using adb, or restore a rom backup.
This should solve your issue.
* Density of this application after changing some equipment may not be able to see properly. *
You can change the DPI of the application helps you more quickly and easily.
Enter a value in the input box to the desired DPI, then the Apply button or the Apply button to apply and reboot is complete!
In addition, when you click More button, the unit reverted to type after the change DPI mount features discomfort when you can return it back.
Change the resolution DPI resolution PPI Density LCD build
A particularly useful feature for developers is that it displays the configuration qualifier names that may be used to supply alternate resources such as layouts, drawables or strings.
For both users and developers, it shows you:
- The default display size in pixels (px) and density independent pixels (dip / dp)
- Reported density in dots per inch (DPI)
- For known devices - approximate physical dimensions of the screen in inches and cm.
For developers, it shows you some device details from the Android.os.Build class (MODEL, PRODUCT, BOARD, and DEVICE), and all the current configuration qualifier names in the order that they are used:
- Mobile country code (derived)
- Language (derived)
- Language / region (derived)
- Layout direction (API v17 / 4.2 and above only)
- Screen size
- UI mode
- Night mode
- Screen density
- Touchscreen type
- Keyboard availability
- Primary text input method
- Navigation key availability
- Primary non-touch navigation method
- Platform version
- The sizes are given for the *default display* - which is the area of screen that is usable by apps. On devices where there are soft buttons on the screen (i.e. back, home, and task manager), this will not correspond to the whole display.
- The xdpi, ydpi, and category densities are *as reported by the device*. These can often differ considerably from the true screen density for your device.
- Due to the density issue described above, the screen size (which is calculated from the resolution and density) is only given where the true screen density is known. If your device is missing, please provide the device name and the details shown in the "Device" section: Model, Product, Board, and Device), and I will add it to the database of known devices.
- Where the configuration qualifier name is described as derived (in the app these are shown in brackets), the device is queried for these values. For the others - the values are selected from actual resource folders using those suffixes (e.g. values-ldpi, values-xlarge, etc.).
With DPI Converter you can calculate value from pixel's to Low Density, Medium Density, High Density, Extra High Density, Extra Extra High Density. DPI Converter is very simple to use, just add pixel's value, choose Density and press the Convert Button. The result will show all values from from Low Density, Medium Density, High Density, Extra High Density, Extra Extra High Density.
Information about DPI:
☆ Download the PRO version and get a permanent fix for the "This device is not supported" error message in the Android market when using an unsupported dpi! ☆
This program will modify your Android phone/tablet's LCD density in order to show more things on the screen. A lower DPI value means smaller text/icons, and more screen real estate! Gives the effect of having a higher lcd resolution.
Works on Galaxy Nexus and Android 4.0 ICS!
Change the density in the following ways:
1. Enter the exact dpi in the textbox
2. Move the slider left and right
3. Click the plus/minus buttons next to the slider
4. Choose from a list of "standard" dpi values
5. Choose from recent/favorite dpi values you have used before (Pro only)
Warning! Changing DPI values may cause some apps to crash or display incorrectly. Also, if you set a dpi that is incompatible with the device or OS, then it may fail to boot, and you will have to restore your OS and or build.prop file. I recommend doing a full backup of your system before using this program if you are new to changing your dpi. If your phone fails to boot, you can restore the build.prop file using adb from recovery mode. I am not responsible for any damage done to your device. Use at your own risk!
Support the developer, get a no ads version with faster updates and bonus features by purchasing the Pro version on the market!
- Fixes a bug which caused some devices to fail to copy backup file
- More robust error checking
- Some small UI changes
- Added links to buy pro version
- Added preferences to manually set min and max dpi values (1-999)
- Improved statup time
- Fixed a bug which displays wrong current density
- Fixed a bug which causes app to not respond on load sometimes
- Initial release
1. Quick check their phone's screen vertical and horizontal pixels.
2. Quick check their phone's DPI (density) and screen size, and shows android DPI level (ldpi, mdpi, hdpi, xdpi, xxdpi).
3. Enter the desired query pixel height and width of the screen, the system can automatically help you to calculate out the screen you want to search and android DPI level.
How does IOIO Inventor work?
How to use IOIO Inventor?
[IOIO board] Command Code on App Inventor for IOIO Inventor
This app is actually a kind of Activity Starter component. You can make your own activity with all the fields you have in the Activity Starter component in App Inventor and execute the activity. If you want to learn more about the activity starter component in app inventor or are you looking for example activities, then this app is for you!
In this app you will find example intent activities such as:
-Action and classes to all android settings.
-open, edit and view content such as image, audio, video or a file.
-Search for content on web or phone.
-Call, Dial, Email, SMS, MMS. Pick, Call or edit contact
-Geo-location activities for Google Maps, Street view or other route app.
-Photo and video activities
-Google play and install and uninstall apps activities
-Save text to sdcart, copy text to clipboard. Share text with Whatsapp, Hangouts, Drive, Dropbox, Mega.
-External App inventor tools activity demos for AsUtil, Phone Picker for App Inventor, vkTools
* More about App Inventor maintained by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
* Note that this app has a lot of permissions because it has to be able to do any activity that you can make in app inventor.
* You can also download the source code of this app, see http://code.google.com/p/appinvactivitystarter
This App is only a portal to the App Inventor Answers community site, so you will need an internet connection. You will be asked to create an account the first time you access App Inventor Answers.
App Inventor Answers is part of Android App Training's online App Inventor training courses. You can access AAA via the online course environment or through this App.
Feel free to join our community even if you're not signed up for any of our online courses. We're happy to have you!
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You need to know the password for the Hotspot "MMU", a standard password, please ask around.
You need to have a student or staff MMU Webmail account.
A community project for Hackerspace MMU.
* Aarief for discovering and testing the bugs about 3G data
* Raymond Choo for the idea
* Victor Law and others for the logo
* Please make sure the lighting on your face is good enough
* Please make sure your face is more or less straight, not rotated too much, not tilted too much
* Try the debug mode to check whether the face detection works or not
* If one of the implementation fails, please report it and try the other one
Head Tracking 3D demonstrates the ability of the front facing camera on Android devices to detect the face of the user to provide a head-tracking virtual reality display. The application has been developed and tested with Asus Transformer, Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 & Notion Ink Adam because of their fast processing speed. The 3D rendering part of the App is based on my previous Android application "3D Depth Cues Demo" and the face detection is based on the Google Code project JavaCV and the OpenCV Android port.
The App can however still be used with other Android devices, using the rear facing camera and inverting the X-axis, together with a mirror to reflect yourself or a photo of a human face.
* OpenCV at http://opencv.willowgarage.com/wiki/Android for the face detection
* JavaCV at http://code.google.com/p/javacv/ for the face detection using OpenCV
* Android API Demos at http://developer.android.com/resources/samples/ApiDemos/index.html for the general OpenGL rendering into a SurfaceView and the rendering of camera preview
* akjava-android-project at http://code.google.com/p/akjava-android-project/ for the generation of 3D solids
* Wii Projects by Johnny Chung Lee Wii at http://johnnylee.net/projects/wii/ for the inspiration of headtracking
Community project by Yap Wen Jiun from CodeAndroid Malaysia.
Change log added.
Install to SD card.
Bugs in G1 fixed.
*** It is recommended to unregister before uninstall or update (from Play Store). If not after you register again, there will be duplicate messages which then will trigger the old registration ID to be cleared ***
Credits to javamail-android at http://code.google.com/p/javamail-android/ for providing a lightweight Javamail port of the JavaMail API.
An example of the text file that stores the phone numbers:
The application is only tested on emulators (Android Virtual Device) and therefore if you have found any bugs or have any features request, please send me an email.
* Does not restrict the USB Vendor ID via Android Manifest filtering but using USB device enumeration to support similar devices that are not added into the device list in the Android SDK USB Missile Launcher meta data.
* Does not use sensor to control which is very unpredictable for me.
Hunt for the KitKat bar, which is lost somewhere in Cyberview Resort, Cyberjaya. Use your NFC-enabled Android device to find hidden NFC tags.
Download this app, head over to the DevFest KL registration counter to get started. If you reach the end of the hunt, you may lucky enough to claim a prize while supplies last.
Good luck! Andru is counting on you!
(Please note that this app is only for attendees of DevFest Kuala Lumpur 2013. If you are not at Cyberview Resort, the app will not be useful. Thanks!)