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[MOD][CM10] Enable On Screen Nav Soft Keys/Disable Capacitive/Home Buttons

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Just to amend my previous statement about not being able to take screenshots, looks like the functionality is now bound to volume down + power, as it is on the galaxy nexus. This makes sense since s3 has the physical home button whereas the gnex doesnt.

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Is it possible for this mod to break the button combinations to get into recovery and download mode? I tried the following things:

vol up + power (used to boot into recovery)
vol down + power (used to boot into download mode)

both just boot straight into android now. Is adb my only option?
Try the right combinations Vol + home + Power

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Try the right combinations Vol + home + Power

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Oops, look like I already forgot about that physical home button Thanks!
 
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It worked for me as well for the most part, but my HOME button is still not working what so ever Any Ideas.
Which model do you have and which package did you use?

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Nvm got it worked out, Just wiped cache / dalvik wipe + reflash rom, everything went back to normal without having to lose anything or reinstall all my apps.


It'd be nice if there was a transparent version of this. and maybe a tad smaller.
 
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Nvm got it worked out, Just wiped cache / dalvik wipe + reflash rom, everything went back to normal without having to lose anything or reinstall all my apps.


It'd be nice if there was a transparent version of this. and maybe a tad smaller.
This is a universal package. for every modification there must be its own package for each device and rom...

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great job!
I use the HomeWake and its work.
But one question, can i change the function of the menu button that i really want it works like the hardware menu keys.
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Does this work with http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1781327?

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Does this work with http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1781327?

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Yes,i think it should be work.
 
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Hi all is there a way to make the wallpaper show in the background of the nav bar thanks for any help

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Also like to note that the screenshot function (pressing home and power) doesnt work anymore, either with the hardware key nor the on screen softkey.
Isnt the screenshot function mapped to Vol Down + Power o_O?

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nvm, I see that someone already corrected you, but its not letting me modify my previous post for some reason. "invalid id"?
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