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How do I enable larger resolution images like iFixit?

The current limitation of 800x600 @ 72DPI is not functional.

I’ve checked the guides on iFixit and they use higher resolution images with the filetypes of “.full” and “.huge”.

My question is how do I do the same as iFixit? We’re using the same product after all.

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To support the above, these are the high resolution images I found on an iPad 1 guide:

The guide is:


Thanks @ron,

I’ve looked into my issue more and it seems like my issue real issue is the DPI.

If I upload an image with a DPI greater than 72DPI then Dozuki will downscale the image to 72DPI.

Having a look at the iFixit images above and it looks like there DPI is 100. How can I enable the same?


I've looked into this further and it appears that the iFixit version of dozuki does not alter the DPI (tested with 174 DPI). The version of Dozuki I have downscales the DPI from 174 to 72.


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Hi @joshw ,

Thanks for reaching out to us! We support a maximum file size of 40MB for images, so feel free to upload the same large, high-quality photos you're used to seeing on iFixit.

Based on your question, it sounds like your image might not meet Dozuki's minimum file size requirements. Guide images in Dozuki have a minimum requirement of 800px by 600px. If you receive an error message specifying resolution, you're most likely encountering a conflict with our minimum resolution requirement. I'd recommend double-checking your images to confirm their resolution. If your images meet our minimum requirements and don't exceed 40MB, please reach out to our support team at They'll be able to help with any technical issues on your Dozuki site.

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