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[Q] Note 3: With Software based Buttons possible?

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Default [Q] Note 3: With Software based Buttons possible?

I am not a fan of the hardware buttons sich as home, back etc with which note 3 comes, and am wondering whethear i can use the note 3 (with a custom rom of course) mich like a nexus 5 with on screen Software buttons, not having to press the built in buttons. Is this possible? I am Currently in LG g2 and i am loving it but also want the bigger screen. Thanks in advance
 
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There are stand alone mods to do it, and some custom roms include it too.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=N7piTcDllnY
 
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Root and install gravity box.
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Root and install gravity box.
Thank you guys both! Seems like the combination custom Rom to get rid oft touch wiz and the gravity box will do the job.. I habe seen a YouTube Video on the gravity box, it seems to have a lot of smart and usefull tweaks.
 
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Try X-note ROM. On app X tranformer, it have option for exactly you want. Sry for bad Eng
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