Resizing the virtual gamepad

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Resizing the virtual gamepad

Post by Kristoffer » Thu Feb 15, 2018 3:31 pm

Hello! New to drastic here. I am playing on a ZTE Axon M phone, utilizing dual screens (see screenshot) on extended setting. Is there a way to resize the virtual gamepad buttons and dpad, like smaller? Or to change where they are located? Thanks. :D
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Re: Resizing the virtual gamepad

Post by SSUPII » Fri Feb 16, 2018 10:03 am

-Open the "Game Menu" (Arrow button at the bottom of thr screen --> MENU)
-Go to "Edit Screens and Virtual Pad"
-Select "Portrait"
-On the bottom of the screen choose "Menu", then "Edit Controller Layout"
-Move the button you want to move. To resize a button select "Resize" after touching the button, a slider will appear. Move that slider.
-Select "Apply" confirm the changes
-Select "Menu" and then "Save as global Layout", this will change the settings of all games (If you want to change it only for this game, select "Save for current Game")
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Re: Resizing the virtual gamepad

Post by ericbazinga » Fri Feb 16, 2018 10:25 am

Lucky... I want an Axon M.

But it's AT&T exclusive anyway and I have T-Mobile, so it'd probably be stupid to change carriers just to get a new phone.
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Re: Resizing the virtual gamepad

Post by kaikun97 » Sat Feb 17, 2018 7:02 am

ericbazinga wrote:Lucky... I want an Axon M.

But it's AT&T exclusive anyway and I have T-Mobile, so it'd probably be stupid to change carriers just to get a new phone.
Or you could import it from china instead, just like how you get Xiaomi phones etc.

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Re: Resizing the virtual gamepad

Post by Jay Haru » Sat Feb 17, 2018 5:20 pm

kaikun97 wrote:
ericbazinga wrote:Lucky... I want an Axon M.

But it's AT&T exclusive anyway and I have T-Mobile, so it'd probably be stupid to change carriers just to get a new phone.
Or you could import it from china instead, just like how you get Xiaomi phones etc.
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Re: Resizing the virtual gamepad

Post by kaikun97 » Sun Feb 18, 2018 10:42 am

Jay Haru wrote:
kaikun97 wrote:
ericbazinga wrote:Lucky... I want an Axon M.

But it's AT&T exclusive anyway and I have T-Mobile, so it'd probably be stupid to change carriers just to get a new phone.
Or you could import it from china instead, just like how you get Xiaomi phones etc.
And have the NSA, FBI and CIA knock on his door?

https://www.theverge.com/2018/2/14/1701 ... ief-fearsc

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Thats why you install Lineage OS :P

In all honesty, most of the bigger chinese brands are pretty safe but the cheaper "no name" ones are ones to avoid. Xiaomi, Meizu, Huawei and ZTE are generally the main 4 good ones.

If you get a chinese phone with a Snapdragon CPU, chances are that it has gotten a Lineage OS port or other similar custom ROM.

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