Step 3. Once installed, you will see “app_process” and “XposedBridge.jar” under the active tab. Go ahead and hit “Reboot” to reboot your Android phone or tablet.
Step 4. Once rebooted, install the other Xposed App Settings apk file.
Step 5. Open Xposed Installer again, hit the “Modules” tab and make sure Xposed App Settings is checked ON. Then reboot one more time.
Step 6. Now you can open up Xposed App Settings app, then find your favorite app you want to modify to run in Phone or Tablet mode.
Step 7. First turn the settings to “ON” then change the DPI and Screen values to get tablet mode. You might have to play with these values to get it working fully in tablet mode. Once done setting, hit the “Save” icon at top right.
Step 8. Next open up your app to see if the changes have been committed.
Step 9. You can also change the font size by changing the Font scale.
Step 10. Now, you can see the titles on your GMail better with Tablet Mode.
Step 11. Also you can change the language by changing the “locale” and keep your screen on continously while you use GMail by checking ON “Screen on”.
Step 12. Try it on another app like Netflix. I find Netflix default settings hard to navigate as titles are way too big.
Adjust DPI and Screen settings to get Tablet Mode and see more titles!
I am sure you can find more reasons why Xposed App Settings can be more useful for your life. If you find some good ones, don’t forget to leave tips to others in the comments line, thanks! And stay high on Android!
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