There are some features you can find see on your Smartphone that you don’t even have the idea about, which are very interesting to make these phone devices to perform even better. One of those is the ability to change Smartphone screen resolution. Going through the process is something that is somewhat essential depending on the level of the Phone’s performance and mobility. Different Android Phones with their different versions has their own methods of changing their screen resolution.
The reason for implementing this feature is for you to choose the resolution you want your application to run. In other words, it equally helps you to even save the battery life of your Phone which is the most essential. So, we’re going to put you through on how you can be able to change Smartphone screen resolution prior to Samsung Galaxy S7 or S7 edge. This is also a method used for any Android device with a 7.0 version and above.
Steps to Change Smartphone Screen Resolution
We’re going to show you two methods here depending on the version your device is running. The first method is what I call the Simple method, while the other is what I label the Non-Rooting method. Now see their respective steps below.
Using the Simple Method
You can be able to change your Smartphone screen resolution via the method applicable to both Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge. See the steps below:
- The first thing to do is to go to the “Settings” menu of your device and tap on it.
- The next step is to scroll down to where you’ll see “Display.”
- On the display options, select “Change Screen resolution” and tap on it.
- From there, you’ll now be presented with options prior to the one to choose from. For instance, you have to select either from HD, FHD or WQHD.
- After you’ve selected your option, you have to click on “Apply.”
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Once you’re through, you then need to save the settings for the effect to pop up.
Using the Non-Rooting Method
This method focuses on enabling USB debugging via your device. So follow the steps below:
- The first thing to do is to locate the “Settings” on our phone.
- Then scroll down to “About Phone.”
- Then go to the “Build Number” and tap for like 7 to 10 times in order to enable the Developer Option.
- Once the Developer Option has been activated, you then have to enable your “USB debugging.”
- Then download and install the Android ADB Package and possibly other external drives.
- You then have to connect your device via your Computer in order to get a prompt on your Android device. Once that happens, you have to click “OK.”
- You’ll see a command like this>>>adb shell wm density “DPI value” & adb reboot, which you have to change the DPI value to the value of your choice.
Then after the procedure, your device will reboot and reflecting on the resolution changes you’ve successfully made.
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