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[Q] How to turn off this Google shortcut?

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Default [Q] How to turn off this Google shortcut?

Hi guys,

do you know how to turn off this shortcut?

I am not sure if it comes with Nova Launcher, or something else, but I've searched through Google settings & Nova Launcher settings and couldn't find that

Any ideas? It's totally useless for me, but often open google when I doesn't need that.

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Hi guys,

do you know how to turn off this shortcut?

I am not sure if it comes with Nova Launcher, or something else, but I've searched through Google settings & Nova Launcher settings and couldn't find that

Any ideas? It's totally useless for me, but often open google when I doesn't need that.

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Gravitybox lets you disable it
 
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I have Paranoid Android installed, not all functions in GravityBox work for me.

But just to check it - which one and where, because I've also looked there...
 
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I have Paranoid Android installed, not all functions in GravityBox work for me.

But just to check it - which one and where, because I've also looked there...
I don't use PA at the moment but I'm pretty sure in settings there is an option that let's you change navbar targets.

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