1. ScottAtlanta82's Avatar
    Has anyone tried to change their LCD density? Not entirely sure it's even possible, but would rather not try it without asking on here first.....
    03-13-2011 09:20 AM
  2. Drew2u's Avatar
    LOL ... I never would have thought to try!
    03-13-2011 12:02 PM
  3. anon(167668)'s Avatar
    Why would you even want to? The only reason to artificially change your resolution is to fit more text on the screen, which isn't really an issue for the Xoom like it is for phones. Besides, it makes image quality worse and requires more computational power.
    03-13-2011 12:14 PM
  4. anon(93769)'s Avatar
    I tried it - and it messed up the home screen - the device came up without clock - whole bottom row was gone, and it was like a 2.x system, with a title bar/date/time/signals at the top. There was no way to manipulate or move around. Luckily I could get into root explorer from the desktop and was able to remove the line. It was weird.
    05-18-2011 07:24 AM
  5. moosc's Avatar
    Phandroid article Set Your Honeycomb Tablet's LCD Density Above 160 & Get a Taste of Gingerbread [Video] Set Your Honeycomb Tablet’s LCD Density Above 160 & Get a Taste of Gingerbread [Video]
    05-20-2011 11:42 AM
  6. drjb74's Avatar
    Android Honeycomb has hidden Gingerbread interface, enabled by higher LCD density -- Engadget

    Here is another article I found on Engadget about the same thing.
    05-20-2011 03:59 PM