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The Google Play Store automatically filters your application to devices with compatible CPU architecture. E.g. if you have a library which is only compiled for ARMv5, your app will only show up for devices with ARMv5 and ARMv7 processors. Your device should show you only apps that are compatible to your device. Source: Android Developers - Filters on Google ...


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Is this what you're looking for? (Click image to enlarge) I'm not good in drawing so excuse my skills for not providing a breathtaking scene at first glance. However, with multiple attempts, you may come close to exactly what you need. The low-light section in the screenshot is caused by an overlay shown by Tasker. Tasker can do it using Scenes. Go to ...


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After some digging around, I unearthed some interesting developer settings that significantly jazz up my homescreen. The added benefit of this in-built solution is it doesn't block app installs :) There's also the colour inversion option under accessibility settings I'd post a screenshot of my new homescreen but it seems the filter isn't reflected in ...



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