Works exactly as it should - at least I had zero problems. However, keep in mind that if you do not have a (custom) rom based on ASOP or CM, you risk "bricking" - although bricking in this case would be recovered with a recovery file for certain. Worked great on my stock Nexus lollipop rom with custom kernel inc. root.
Bricked my tab 3 Wud advise Not to install it, bricked my tab 3 on the 1st use, I have this same function on my galaxy ace 3 custom rom and no problems as dpi function is included in the cutom rom. As my tab was only rooted and on stock rom it bricked, I was able to flash the original firmware back usin odin and it is bak to normal. My advice is unless dpi function is already contained within ur rom dont risk it, b4 u say user error benn usin android from day of first relaese and know wat im talking abt. Peace.
Having trouble on android 5.0 It worked flawlessly in kit kat 4.4.4 but I'm not having much success in lollipop, I guess things have changed a fair bit in lollipop it's not really the dev's fault but it would be nice to get it working
This is bullshit After I changed the DPI, I did restart the phone and... There it is... It's a bootloop. I had to flashed my phone. Don't install it, it's a waste of time
Difficult to change back to normal I think this app is really cool but I would like to see an option to change the DPI back to the device default. In my case that's 480 DPI and it is difficult to change it back to that.
Can't change to more than 500 The app sets a limit for the dpi to 500. This wouldn't normally be an issue. But on the note 4, the native dpi is 640. And I would like to be able to set it to about 560. 500 is too small for this device.
Try a new LCD screen density, if you don't like it, reboot! DOES NOT WORK ON 5.x