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Changing Nav Bar Icons (SOFTKEYZ)

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Would one of you rooted G3 users mind giving the Softkeyz app a try to change their nav bar buttons?

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...softkeyz&hl=en

While I impatienly wait for my pre-ordered G3 to arrive, I'm trying to build a list of the tweaks I want to make to it immediately. One of the critical ones is to change the stock nav bar icons to the Android "L" nav bar icons. They look great on the Nexus 5 and I want to see if that Softkeyz app works in changing them on the G3 as well.

Your help will be greatly appreciated.

Here are the Android "L" nav bar icons, in case you are wondering...

Softkeyz app does'nt work for me either....But there are many other ways to change softkeys, so i don't mind
 
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It is quite possible to display the softkey android L. You download and install Xposed and install Android L navigation bar
 
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It is quite possible to display the softkey android L. You download and install Xposed and install Android L navigation bar
Yep. That's my plan as soon as the T-Mobile variant gets root.
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I have a G3 D855 I have root and changed the nav buttons via xposed installer there's a mod that changes them to L style.

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