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4th May 2014, 06:52 AM   |  #1  
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At the moment I have auto-hide navbar setup using 2 Xposed modules.

The first is "LG Pie Support" this disabled the navbar and the navring (which nothing else I find disables the navring).
The second is Ultimate Dynamic Navbar to bring back the Navbar which is customisable and auto-hides.

Now what really annoys me about LG Pie Support, it makes applications not show the "3 dot menu" so I get around this by
adding settings to the back-button in long press but this is not ideal.

I was wondering what other people do to achieve the same results? and is there an all-in-one option?

Thanks

BTW: Im running Stock Kitkat, thinking about switching to CloudyFlex though
Last edited by GalaxyWhy; 4th May 2014 at 07:01 AM.