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Android

how can I make an android app look the same in the different screen sizes

I have an app its my first one is nothing crazy but I feel that its not bad considering the little that I know. however I have a problem which is that I can not make it look the same in all the different screen sizes. I can not find a way to make it look the same I've search but so far I have not found anything. I was wondering if anyone could help me or if any one could give me an advice.

3 Answers

Thank you I'll see what i can with it hopefully i could solve my problem. Thank you

Alex Hernandez . You can as well adopt Relative Layout design and then fix Linear Layout inside with Weight-sum attributes..

Best Regards

Thank you

Stone Preston
Stone Preston
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this post has a lot of good information

Thank you I'll be looking and working with it hopefully i could solve the problem cuz i have some time trying to solve it