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[Q] Problem: GMD Auto Hide Soft Keys on stock kitkat (root)

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By GalaxyWhy, Senior Member on 6th April 2014, 06:00 AM
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So I upgraded to 4.4.2 LG Stock kitkat, phones still rooted but GMD Auto hide softkeys doesnt work as swipe up from the bottom the screen causes that ring to open up with Google Now. Has anyone else got this problem and/or know how to get around it? thanks
 
 
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Install xposed framework, reboot, install lg pie support from downloads on xposed, enable it, reboot, smile and enjoy.

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Install xposed framework, reboot, install lg pie support from downloads on xposed, enable it, reboot, smile and enjoy.

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I dont have a Custom Recovery atm, which I would need to do this right?
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I dont have a Custom Recovery atm, which I would need to do this right?

All you need to be is rooted for xposed. Framework and modules install as normal apks.
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All you need to be is rooted for xposed. Framework and modules install as normal apks.

Can you link me in the right direction? Thanks

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Do a search for xposed framework and download the newest beta. Module is here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2689890
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Do a search for xposed framework and download the newest beta. Module is here http://forum.xda-developers.com/show....php?t=2689890

Thanks a million
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So has it worked for you?
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