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Tip: Display All Android Apps in Full Screen on Samsung Galaxy Tab

Bought a Samsung Galaxy Tab this week and are already frustrated that some of your favorite Android apps won’t display throughout the entire 7 inches of real estate?  Don’t worry, there is a solution!  It’s called Spare Parts and it’s a free app in the market.  Normally used by the rooting crowd, Spare Parts opens up a set of Android settings that have been sort of tucked away for safe keeping.

All you have to do is download it from the link below, install it, open it up and uncheck the box for “Compatibility Mode”, reboot and you can play games like Reckless Racing (our hands- on) the way they were meant to be played.  Have fun!  

Download:

Download Link

Via:  Droid Attic

  • Husam Ahmad

    wow…. very useful, and it works perfectly

  • bravoleader2

    Has anyone else noticed the Best Buy commercial with a Galaxy Tab running Madden?

    • 6545d4fa

      thats not madden i wish

  • http://twitter.com/tomwsmf tomwsmf

    This also works for tablets like the Augen78, once you get the good roms on it. Angry Birds on a <200$ 7inch tablet makes the kids happy.

  • http://matt4542.net Matt4542

    Wow something Spare Parts is useful for :P

    • Riverjao

      You Matt The Epic guy???

      • http://matt4542.net Matt4542

        Yup I am.

        • http://dr.zombine.com Dr. Zombine

          I think he wants your babies.

          • http://matt4542.net Matt4542

            Sounds like loads of fun lol.

    • http://twitter.com/BlackTaxi2d Henry Sura

      every time i set a phone up i use spare parts to increase transition speeds. these should be defaults in my opinion, but theyre not.

      • http://matt4542.net Matt4542

        You can do that in the normal settings :)

        • Stephen D

          I thought you could only turn them on or off. The “normal” transition setting is too slow. I always switch it to Fast.

          • http://dr.zombine.com Dr. Zombine

            I've had mine set to fast for the past four months. Yesterday, I switched it back to normal. God, I love normal now :P