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The actual size of a screen is less important than the resolution, i.e. number of pixels on the screen. For instance, if you move from a 1920×1080 4.5 inch screen to 1920×1080 5.5 inch one, there are chances things will appear the way they did before, but just larger. I'm unaware if it's possible to change the resolution on Android devices without rooting ...


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I faced this issue before. After long day searching and testing apps i found that the G-sensor is not calibrated .you have to calibrate it with mtk engineering app . Here is a short and easy to follow steps: How to Calibrate G-sensor of android phone


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Did You turn on Screen Rotation? Swipe from the top and press the top button. Click the Auto Rotation Option to Turn it on.


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I don't think that is possible yet, but google is working on DayDream which is gonna do the thing you want soon If you want to play your normal videos in VR mode, thats possible using this app. (There are quite a lot other apps doing the same thing, but i personally use the one I gave link to) Heres one more link for 5 Top Videos players to run 360 Videos ...


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There's an App called "App Settings" for Xposed Framework. repo.xposed/appsettings With it you can change orientation, dpi, notifications, etc. of each individual app. But not the boot animation like samnaction explained. Alternatively, i found this on stackoverflow: changing-android-device-orientation-with-adb So you could make a script like this #!/...



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