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[Q] Navigation button customization on stock

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By nihn75, Member on 2nd February 2014, 05:21 PM
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I'm trying to go back to stock. The ROM I'm using now allows 5 customized navigation buttons. This seems to be the only mod I can't do without. Does anyone know how to get 5 nav buttons and your nav bar on a stock or close to stock rom?

My nav bar actions:
second action is long press

pull down notification bar, torch
home, search
back, kill app
recent app list, last app
app drawer, settings
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2nd February 2014, 06:27 PM |#2  
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I'm trying to go back to stock. The ROM I'm using now allows 5 customized navigation buttons. This seems to be the only mod I can't do without. Does anyone know how to get 5 nav buttons and your nav bar on a stock or close to stock rom?

Only thing that may be able to do this would be an Xposed framework and module for Nav Bar customizing. Try Gravitybox or one of them.
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Only thing that may be able to do this would be an Xposed framework and module for Nav Bar customizing. Try Gravitybox or one of them.

I have looked there. From what i have found they do not have what i want.
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I have looked there. From what i have found they do not have what i want.

You could try Ultimate Dynamic NavBar (https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...bimc.udn&hl=en). May be what you are looking for.
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Thanks but they don't have all the options im looking for

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Thanks but they don't have all the options im looking for

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You sure about that? They have like 20 different options and you can cram 9 different buttons on the nav bar. I doubt the custom rom you were playing with had more options than that.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2270198
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UDN does not have a notification bar pull down action. I believe it did not have another action I have listed above but I can't remember and unfortunately I have refunded my purchase. I also don't like that it's an app.

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5th February 2014, 07:50 PM |#8  
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UDN does not have a notification bar pull down action. I believe it did not have another action I have listed above but I can't remember and unfortunately I have refunded my purchase. I also don't like that it's an app.

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I think you are being too picky. If you are wanting to be on stock ROM, the only way you are going to get those customizations are with Xposed or an app. If neither does the job, you should just stay on the ROM you are using.
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I'm not to picky, I live without a lot of options. My rom has tons of options and all I want is its navbar settings in xposed. I think the only customization this phone really needs is a personal smaller navbar.

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