I have two apps that are pretty basic html/css. On the iPhone 5 simulator and an actual iPhone 4 everything looks fine. On Android v4.0.3 and v3.0 simulators everything looks fine, but on a Samsung Google Nexus phone the pages are extremely small. I've tried various settings for font size (px, em, pt) and nothing has made the text big enough to be readable on the device, but the emulators have looked fine.
Any suggestions on what I should look at as causing the issue?
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Re: Sizing problem on Android device2012-04-28T02:10:52Z in response to SystemAdminSadly that doesn't help a lot. I'm trying some different settings with skins but still having issues. My biggest issue is that the emulator look doesn't match what is actually showing on the phone, but that's probably an Android SDK issue.
AntonAleksandrov 270005D80F22 PostsACCEPTED ANSWER
Re: Sizing problem on Android device2012-04-29T09:03:26Z in response to SystemAdminYou can solve the issue by adding the following lines to your androidManifest.xml file at the very end just before the closing </manifest> tag: