Phone skin: round corners and a camera are small compared to the emulated phone screen, how to make them fit?

Issue

I downloaded skin of galaxy A52 from official samsung website: https://developer.samsung.com/galaxy-emulator-skin/galaxy-a.html.
Moved the file into the right directory, added the device: size 6.5 and resolution 1080×2400 and API is 31. I was following this tutorial: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6JIPsZpIJzE.

My question is: I have those corners and a camera too small, how do I resize them to fit naturally?
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Solution

To change that you need to locate to the "Device frame skin definition" folder that you downloaded and pasted before. For me that was this folder:

C:\Program-Files\Android\Android Studio\plugins\android\resources\device-art-resources\Galaxy_A52

You should open "layout" file and see how different frames are set. In my situation I found that fore_port.png was at the forefront. I checked and it had dimensions 324×720. Dimensions of the screen are 1080×2400 so you should google "change dimensions of png" and change them. Then, replace the file. After this, restart android studio and everything works.

Now I have something that looks like this: enter image description here

Answered By – Oleksandr

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