Thanks for the reply Marina. I am checking the modes, testing on an Xperia
Z5 Premium, and there are 2 modes: 1080p and 4k. It was working pretty well
on Android M, but on the N update it's scaling the whole phone UI to 4k and
the whole phone interface is messed up. Not the app UI, but the whole
phone, I don't see the bottom navigation bar for example, and the status
bar fills 1/4 of the screen with the time, network and wifi icons. I have
no idea why it's doing that (or even if it's supposed to be doing that).
On Tuesday, 8 August 2017 16:40:06 UTC+2, Marina Cuello wrote:
> You could check the supported modes on the device, and then check the
> pixel size on those to select the one closer to what you want.
> On Tue, Aug 8, 2017 at 9:49 AM, youssef EL MOUMNI <youssef.e...@gmail.com
>> Hi everyone,
>> I am trying to force 4k display mode to target phones with 4k screens. It
>> was working pretty well with Android M and I had beautiful 4k support using
>> WindowManager.LayoutParams params = getWindow().getAttributes();
>> params.preferredDisplayModeId = 2;
>> After the Android N update it changed the behavior completely, the whole
>> interface gets scaled way over the screen limits where I only see a portion
>> of the screen, including the status bar and the navigation buttons on the
>> bottom. to leave the app I need to close it from Android Studio.
>> Any idea how to get the Android M behaviour back?
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