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22nd June 2014, 03:35 AM   |  #1  
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Rooted and working well. Unable to hide the bottom navigation bar using end apex launcher. When using the default Amazon launcher, the bottom bar fades after a second of non use. Not the same with apex. prevents a full screen experience.

Anyone having a similar problem?
22nd June 2014, 05:25 AM   |  #2  
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Rooted and working well. Unable to hide the bottom navigation bar using end apex launcher. When using the default Amazon launcher, the bottom bar fades after a second of non use. Not the same with apex. prevents a full screen experience.

Anyone having a similar problem?

I use GMD auto hide soft keys from the play store.

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You mean the bar still persists even in apps? Or just when you're in the home screen of the launcher?
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22nd June 2014, 11:52 AM   |  #4  
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Rooted and working well. Unable to hide the bottom navigation bar using end apex launcher. When using the default Amazon launcher, the bottom bar fades after a second of non use. Not the same with apex. prevents a full screen experience.

Anyone having a similar problem?

I'm using Apex aswell. Download GMDAutohide Softkeys from the playstore. And run the program with start on boot enabled (I'd probably buy the 'Pro Version' otherwise the navigation bar has a red line showing). Then under apex settings you can turn the notification bar off. That's how I got mine to look like this:
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You mean the bar still persists even in apps? Or just when you're in the home screen of the launcher?

Only happens on the home screen.
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I'm using Apex aswell. Download GMDAutohide Softkeys from the playstore. And run the program with start on boot enabled (I'd probably buy the 'Pro Version' otherwise the navigation bar has a red line showing). Then under apex settings you can turn the notification bar off. That's how I got mine to look like this:

Worked well. Thank you.
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