Play Store Fixes

If you have set a custom DPI, Play Store stops showing some of your apps because Google thinks they are incompatible with your phone. This module tries to avoid that by making Play Store think it had a "normal" DPI and transmitting the same to Google's servers.
Note that it will NOT allow you to download apps that are not offered in your country, or restricted by anything but your custom DPI.

After installing this modules, you might want to check the settings. You can access them from the "Modules" tab in the Xposed Installer. Just click on the module. From here, you can:

- Choose which DPI to send (default: 240)
- Unlock the debug menu. Useful to quickly empty the cache to force a recheck for updates, but can also do other things.

Afterwards, you need to reboot. If you still don't see all apps, you can try one or more of the following steps:
- Just wait a few hours or days - wherever something is cached, it should be refreshed from time to time
- Clear cache and/or data for Play Store and/or Google Services Framework
- Remove your Google account, then reconfigure it (don't forget to check your settings afterwards)
- Reboot

This module should work with any Play Store version (3.x and 4.x).

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Thursday, June 19, 2014 - 12:12

- Fake density in Google Play Services as well (seems to be required recently)
- Removed "No restrictions patch" (it showed more apps, but it seems that non of them could be downloaded due to server-side restrictions)

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