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Would a Soft Key Mod Work?

29th April 2012, 02:15 AM |#11  
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Time to learn how to code XD. I the SDK and eclipse on my computer, so I'll spend the night learning as much as I can.

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are you talking about enabling buttons such as what the gnexus has?

like this....? http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=1364757

Just tried this. Doesn't work. Editing bools and strings in xml doesn't seem to work at all with this device. At least not without some extra work. Probably because of sense.
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why?
why would you want on screen soft keys? it just seems kind of redundant to have the actual buttons and the on screen soft keys
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why would you want on screen soft keys? it just seems kind of redundant to have the actual buttons and the on screen soft keys

Why NOT?
30th April 2012, 01:58 AM |#15  
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touche sir. well played
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why would you want on screen soft keys? it just seems kind of redundant to have the actual buttons and the on screen soft keys

As a friend with a Gnex told me. It's nice to always have the soft keys in the same place relative to the screen no matter which way you turn the phone.

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