Did you ever consider changing the DPI of your Galaxy Note 8? I am sure most of you might have give it a thought. But then the idea of rooting your new device did not go well with you. I understand that it is not easy to use a phone with a big display. Therefore, most of the people want to change the Galaxy Note DPI. Well, you do not have to worry about rooting your phone anymore to change the DPI. I will share a simple method to change Galaxy Note 8 DPI of without rooting it.
What is DPI?
Before I go ahead and share the method with you, it is important to talk about DPI. I am sure most of the people who are normal Android users may not be familiar with the word DPI. Therefore, it is important to explain it a little bit. So, people can know what they are going to do or is it something they need.
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DPI is the short form of Dots per inch. It is used to determine the screen resolution. So, reducing the DPI on your Galaxy Note 8 will make it even better for one hand use.
How to Change Galaxy Note 8 DPI Without Root?
So, now let’s share a very simple method to change the DPI of your Galaxy Note 8.
- Make sure that you have enabled Developers Option on your phone. If developer options are not enabled on your Galaxy Note 8, then read our previous article how to enable developer options on Android?
- Open Developer Options.
- Look for Minimum Width.
- Enter any value as you wish and adjust the DPI as per your liking. I normally prefer 350 DPI.
Try out the above method and change your Galaxy Note 8 DPI. If in case you need some help then feel free to comment below. We will get back to you with a solution.