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Default [Q] Swicthing between the Status bars

OK when you pull down your status bar, you can sometimes (on some roms) swipe to the right or left on a blank spot and it will switch over to the Quick Tiles pulldown.

I have tried looking everywhere that lets me turn it on, or a Xposed module, etc.

I have no idea what it is really called. Anyone know/can help?

Roms that have it.

http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2537638 (Harmony)
http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2606917 (Paranoid SaberDroid + REMIX)

Roms that don't

Stock Roms, etc.


Thanks again for any info as this is bugging me.
 
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I thought it would have...didn't know what it was called. I'll scour through it now...thank you.
 
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But that only lets you from pulldown. I'm talking about when it is already pulled down. You swipe (like you would to clear a notification) on a empty spot and it takes you to quick tiles, and vise versa.

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But that only lets you from pulldown. I'm talking about when it is already pulled down. You swipe (like you would to clear a notification) on a empty spot and it takes you to quick tiles, and vise versa.

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Damn... that's the last thing that's driving by ocd crazy... My favorite rom doesn't have that and I have no idea what it's called or how to add it.

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I'm talking about when it is already pulled down. You swipe (like you would to clear a notification) on a empty spot and it takes you to quick tiles, and vise versa.
On the stock ROM, when you pull down the status bar, the icon on the right side top allows you to toggle between notifications screen and the quick tiles. Are you looking for that, but with a swipe instead? (if so, why not just click that icon instead? Saves you a swipe)
 
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The swipe is good an easy. I missed it. The icon is just a bit too far away. Glad I have it in slim

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On the stock ROM, when you pull down the status bar, the icon on the right side top allows you to toggle between notifications screen and the quick tiles. Are you looking for that, but with a swipe instead? (if so, why not just click that icon instead? Saves you a swipe)
My right thumb can barely move due to a injury. So swiping helps quite a lot.

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