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Default How to remove "Back" "Home" and "Tasks" at bottom

Hi!

I am running X-Note rom on my Note 3.

All of a sudden i have gotten that annoying bottom "navigation" buttons with "Home" "Back" and "Tasks" !! Also called Soft buttons i think...
How on earth do i remove this again, i have tride everything i feel

How spmeone can i help me! It was nopt there at first, so i must have touched some settings or something in the Rom...

Thanks in advance!
 
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Hi!

I am running X-Note rom on my Note 3.

All of a sudden i have gotten that annoying bottom "navigation" buttons with "Home" "Back" and "Tasks" !! Also called Soft buttons i think...
How on earth do i remove this again, i have tride everything i feel

How spmeone can i help me! It was nopt there at first, so i must have touched some settings or something in the Rom...

Thanks in advance!
Use X-tranformer to remove it. Disable navigation and enable two hardware buttons
 
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I did that now, but now the two buttons "On the phone" does not work....Hmmm The two hardware buttons i mean...
What to do?

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Use X-tranformer to remove it. Disable navigation and enable two hardware buttons
 
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Hi!


I did that now, but now the two buttons "On the phone" does not work....Hmmm The two hardware buttons i mean...
What to do?
When u use it show 3 question, follow answers:
1: DISABLE
2: ENABLE
3: ENABLE
Reboot
If not work, reflash X-note. 100% solved
 
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Yes, i did that, and the soft key buttons are gone, but the buttons on each side of my hard "home" button does not work..... Hmmm

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When u use it show 3 question, follow answers:
1: DISABLE
2: ENABLE
3: ENABLE
Reboot
If not work, reflash X-note. 100% solved
 
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Yes, i did that, and the soft key buttons are gone, but the buttons on each side of my hard "home" button does not work..... Hmmm
So reflash your X-note is the best way
 
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When i do that, will that delete all settings i have made on my phone, or hopefully just "Reset" this button problem?

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So reflash your X-note is the best way
 
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When i do that, will that delete all settings i have made on my phone, or hopefully just "Reset" this button problem?
Yes. Dont forget full wipe before reflash

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