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    Default How do I set skin in igo primo??

    Hi,
    I have a Nexus 5 and i'm using igo primo 2.4
    when i download a skin and move it to content\skin\ folder, i can't change it in the app settings inside the View category. i have only the default day and night to choose..

    i know its something with the resolution of the skins or the app but i cant find whats the problem..
    i tried to do that with many igo versions, and for now im using the last iGO version 2.4 9.6.29.431282

    please help me to figure out how to fix it..
    thank you

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    Look for a skin with a Resolution 1920x1080.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Varelo View Post
    Look for a skin with a Resolution 1920x1080.

    I couldn't find one.. maybe I need to change the igo app resolution to 1024x768 but how do I do that?

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    On devices with resolution 1920_1080 usually uses the resolution 800_480.
    Here is config file for Nexus 5 from .apk :
    Spoiler: config for Nexux 5

    [rawdisplay]
    driver="gdi"
    force_renderer="RENDER_MOYA"
    highres = 1
    ;screen_xy="auto"
    screen_xy="800_480:1794x1005/1080x1701"

    [folders]
    linked_root_list="/storage/sdcard0/iGO /mnt/sdcard/iGO /mnt/sdcard/external_sd/iGO /sdcard2/iGO /sdcard/iGO /sdcard/sd/iGO /mnt/sd/iGO /mnt/iGO /storage/iGO /sdcard/external_sd/iGO"
    bugreport_dir="%app%/android_linked_root/screenshots"
    sdcardpath="/mnt/sdcard/"
    secondary_root_path="iGO"
    has_secondary_root=1

    [debug]
    double_pixel_mode=1

    [2d]
    dpi_based_correction = 1
    min_road_thickness_multiplier = 0.25

    [interface]
    vga=1
    minzoom2d=25

    By using 800_480 folder you'll have larger fonts and especially you can use any skin 800_480 .

    You can add the lines above on your sys.txt.
    Or you can use the original sys.txt and add only :
    [device]
    type="Nexus 5"

    Spoiler: Screen Shoots using 800_480 folder

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    Spoiler: Screen Shoot using 1024_768 folder

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    More [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] .
    Last edited by costas3850; 17th October 2014 at 21:51.

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    Hi
    I downloaded a new skin and coped it to content\skin\ folder

    I had the same problem ..my note five cant see only the default day and night to choose.

    i made a new folder in igo folder named ux and coped the skin in it but nothing new
    so how can i solve it?
    note- my- igo, prim9.6.29.601732
    oct 8 2015
    RG

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    Rename old branding to branding.zipA (so you dont loose it)

    rename skin to branding.zip

    igo should open straight to skin

    Bazzle

 

 

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