So I have a broken LG G2 and a near-empty bank account, so buying a new phone isn't exactly an option right now. The bottom 50% of the screen doesn't respond to touch. Right now I am running BlissPop which allows 180 degree screen rotation, and that is currently my workaround. But I'd like to use the top half of the display only.
I've tried using:
adb shell wm overscan 0,0,0,960
but it breaks most apps (probably due to the weird resolution)
so what I'd like to do is use the top 50% of the screen, but rotated so that the 1080 pixel wide side is oriented up/down and have a shrunken phone in that top 50%.
This is what is going on right now:
And this is what I'd like to do:
Basically, what I'm asking is how to get Android to assume my screen is rotated 90 degrees and only spans the top half. I'd prefer if the resolution was 4:3 so I could use more of my screen, but if 16:9 keeps better compatibility with apps, I will do that. Thanks in advance!