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Default [MOD] Navigation Bar for CM10

Flashing this will enable navigation bar, and disable capacitive touch buttons on Nexus S.
Make sure to set the Backlight Dimmer delay to 0 using the NSTools, so the capacitive touch buttons don't light up.

If you are using the navigation bar, I recommend setting the LCD density to 200 or 190. Edit it with Rom toolbox, or
navigate to /system/build.prop/ro.sf.lcd_density=200 edit it with text editor and reboot.

Always do a backup before flashing. It should work for any JB rom.
To disable navigation bar, reflash the rom, restore the backup or flash disable nav bars.

You are doing this at your own risk.

Its based on Brainmaster's tweaks for android, all thanks goes to him.

Added files, they set dpi to 190 or 200 or disable Nav bars.
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File Type: zip CM10.NAVBARS.zip - [Click for QR Code] (154.1 KB, 145 views)
File Type: zip CM10.NAVBARS.DPI.190.zip - [Click for QR Code] (154.1 KB, 50 views)
File Type: zip CM10.NAVBARS.DPI.200.zip - [Click for QR Code] (154.1 KB, 70 views)
File Type: zip DISABLE.CM10.NAVBARS.zip - [Click for QR Code] (154.1 KB, 88 views)
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Screenshots please.

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Screenshots please.

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You get these three buttons on bottom of your screen.
http://cdn3.digitaltrends.com/wp-con...me-buttons.jpg
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Or you can just add

qemu.hw.mainkeys=0

To your build.prop and reboot. It works with every ROM I think. To disable, just set it back to =1.


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But that won't disable the capacitive buttons

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Does DPI of 200 break the play store? I'm at 210 and its breaking some installs
 
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Does DPI of 200 break the play store? I'm at 210 and its breaking some installs
First time I went from 240 to 200, I wiped googleplay, everything else worked okay, as far as I remember.
If you get FC's wipe that app.
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If BLD is set to zero, this will just turn off the backlight right, but they will still work when pressed. Is there a way to disable them for real otherwise what's the point of the nav bars, right?

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If BLD is set to zero, this will just turn off the backlight right, but they will still work when pressed. Is there a way to disable them for real otherwise what's the point of the nav bars, right?

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They are disabled...
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They are disabled...
Oh OK. So the zip turns then off already. Question though, in the BLD settings, setting it to zero turns off BLD meaning the buttons are always lighted up. I set it to 1 to turn it off almost immediately.

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