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Changing Nav Bar Buttons in Sense

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5th September 2014, 04:16 AM |#11  
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What about adding extra nav bar soft keys? I am used to owning Nexus phones but loving the new HTC so I went for the M8 this time with no regrets. So far the only thing i am missing is the ability to add up to 6 softkeys. Thanks.
 
 
6th September 2014, 10:22 AM |#12  
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Not in Sense. Various custom ROMs have the ability to add or remove soft keys.

If you really wanna stick with Sense and you don't hate Pie, LMT Launcher (it's not really a launcher) has a decent Pie you can use.
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Not in Sense. Various custom ROMs have the ability to add or remove soft keys.

If you really wanna stick with Sense and you don't hate Pie, LMT Launcher (it's not really a launcher) has a decent Pie you can use.

Oh yeah I love pie! Lol. I forgot pie is available in the new viper ROM's I'm used to using pie on my galaxy nexus.
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