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I've seen on the iPhone version of Coin Dozer, it is possible to change the 4 stars into 5 stars (meaning you can use coins quicker).

Is this possible on Android? And if so how do I unlock it?

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Man, I searched Google looking for the answer and got this. What are the odds? I wanna know too. –  user13894 Nov 9 '11 at 18:41
    
Is it different than the iPhone version? I only played the iPhone version and there you can drop 5 coins at a time if you have a reserve of 50 coins or more –  JohnoBoy Nov 9 '11 at 20:18
    
@JohnoBoy - Ah with Android, I've got about 80 coins and still only 4 stars. Perhaps the versions are just slightly different? –  Curt Nov 11 '11 at 10:29
    
I have 600+ coins and still no five stars - I doubt you will get 5 stars just by accumulating coins. –  Sadly Not Sep 11 '12 at 20:25
    
I'm not sure what triggers it but I have noticed that every now and then it will let me do 5 coins (showing 5 stars) but it seems to randomly disappear/reappear... –  user34338 Oct 12 '12 at 4:47
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It is possible on Android. These screenshots were taken this morning from my S3.

When below 50 coins, only 4 stars are available:enter image description here

But when you have 50 or more coins, 5 stars are available:enter image description here

It may have been added in a recent update, but the Android version certainly can have 5 stars.

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I think you can safely say the answer is no. There is no information on the internet to support an increase in stars at any level.

From personal experience, I have played the game to a near 100 level and have had thousands of coins and the number of coins available to drop at one time has not changed.

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I'm at 8000 coins on android and level 192, so no.

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