How to set other screen resolutions?

johho
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Joined: Wed Feb 13, 2013 11:26 am

How to set other screen resolutions?

Postby johho » Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:11 pm

Hi all!

My GK802 is running with a HDMI ==> VGA Adapter on 2 of my monitors very well. Under the settings tab I can choose between
U:1920x1080P-60
and
U: 1280x720p-60

One of my monitor is a "native" 1920x1080 one, the other has a less (1680x1050) so i have to run in 1280x720 on this.
This looks a little bit ugly.

The question is how can i "add" custom solution modes to the settings menu, to run in 1680X1050 for example or for smaller displays even in 800x600?


Greetings

johho

fma965
Posts: 64
Joined: Sat Dec 29, 2012 11:58 am

Re: How to set other screen resolutions?

Postby fma965 » Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:45 pm

johho wrote:Hi all!

My GK802 is running with a HDMI ==> VGA Adapter on 2 of my monitors very well. Under the settings tab I can choose between
U:1920x1080P-60
and
U: 1280x720p-60

One of my monitor is a "native" 1920x1080 one, the other has a less (1680x1050) so i have to run in 1280x720 on this.
This looks a little bit ugly.

The question is how can i "add" custom solution modes to the settings menu, to run in 1680X1050 for example or for smaller displays even in 800x600?


Greetings

johho


Shot in the dark... any settings in build.prop?
My GK802 Dev-Host Folder (Kernel and uBoot Source)

Ostracus
Posts: 3
Joined: Tue Feb 12, 2013 3:10 am

Re: How to set other screen resolutions?

Postby Ostracus » Wed Mar 13, 2013 5:44 am

johho wrote:Hi all!

My GK802 is running with a HDMI ==> VGA Adapter on 2 of my monitors very well. Under the settings tab I can choose between
U:1920x1080P-60
and
U: 1280x720p-60

One of my monitor is a "native" 1920x1080 one, the other has a less (1680x1050) so i have to run in 1280x720 on this.
This looks a little bit ugly.

The question is how can i "add" custom solution modes to the settings menu, to run in 1680X1050 for example or for smaller displays even in 800x600?


Greetings

johho


If I may ask, what brand/model HDMI/VGA adapter are you using?


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