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Root required =(
Yeah we really need a new method of rooting the TP. I feel for you man. This is like the first app apart from adblock and titanium backup that are totally awesome.
There's always the option to unlock though.

Btw just bought the full version of the app and its worth it. So much simpler than using buttons. Google should think about implementing something like that into jelly bean.
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I've been using this app for about a week now and it is slick. Highly recommended. I only use the status bar and back gestures and reporting no issues.

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All bugs are worked out at this stage... have been for a while now.
Hmm... I got gestures with borders and the launchpad working after a reboot, but the gestures for 'back' aren't working at all.
 
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Just get with the program and root your prime. If I ever brick which I probably won't. I smash it send it to squaretrade

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Hmm... I got gestures with borders and the launchpad working after a reboot, but the gestures for 'back' aren't working at all.
You have to install SuperSU instead of Superuser if Back is not working. Superuser has bugs on ICS.
1) Install SuperSU from market
2) Start SuperSU, update binary when asked.

After that you can uninstall Superuser.
 
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I want to root but not just yet. I'm definitely going to wait a while to unlock.
I'll have to remember this app when I do.
 
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Just grabbed the Lite version but can't hide the Status Bar on any screen or any app.... Not sure if I'm missing something obvious or it just isn't working for me.
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USB debugging. you have to turn it on its say on the beginning screen

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I want to root but not just yet. I'm definitely going to wait a while to unlock.
I'll have to remember this app when I do.
What are you waiting for?

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