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You can run su wm overscan LEFT,TOP,RIGHT,BOTTOM from Terminal (Superuser privileges needed) If you do not have Superuser privileges, you can hook your phone to a PC and run ADB command adb shell wm overscan 200,200,0,0 For example, to achieve what you've shown in the picture above try running wm overscan 200,200,0,0. But I must warn you, before ...


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I always keep this page bookmarked for things like this. You can make some educated guesses using this data. As of Feb 1 2016, the percentage of devices on an OS version pre-KitKat (if I did the math correctly) is 29.2%. Since 42.4% of all devices have hdpi screen density... At least 13.2% of all devices out there are hdpi with KitKat or later. It's ...


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Hope this helps. On my Note3 running Lollipop I was able to check for supported external resolutions by running ( via a terminal app or adb shell ) >dmesg and ( filtering with grep ) looking for the lines: <6>[ 581.051746] hdmi_edid_add_sink_video_format: EDID: format: 1 [640x480 p60 4/3], Supported <6>[ 581.051756] ...


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On my Note3 running Lollipop I was able to check for supported external resolutions by running ( via a terminal app or adb shell ) >dmesg and ( filtering with grep ) looking for the lines: <6>[ 581.051746] hdmi_edid_add_sink_video_format: EDID: format: 1 [640x480 p60 4/3], Supported <6>[ 581.051756] hdmi_edid_add_sink_video_format: EDID: ...


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As mentioned in @w3dk 's answer, you can't see any difference because you can't see any difference. As in, your eyes literally can not differentiate between the detail of the picture on either the Galaxy S3 and the Galaxy S6, because in either case, the picture resolution comes close to the eye's limit of resolution (the minimum angular separation of 2 ...


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Displaying a smaller image than the device is capable of is not going to "deteriorate" the quality of the image, it's just not going to be as good as what the device is capable of. The example image (2310 x 1300) you state should certainly appear "better" on the S6 than the SIII since the image is larger than what the SIII can display so must be scaled down. ...



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