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Can anyone help me make this a zip file so I can flash it in recovery? I would greatly appreciate it. Ive been trying with no luck.

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Can anyone help me make this a zip file so I can flash it in recovery? I would greatly appreciate it. Ive been trying with no luck.

http://tinyw.in/iwfG




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This tablet ui nav bar is available to flash if you likeClick image for larger version

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Thanks but I really love these buttons, just can't get them to stick when flashing

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Thanks but I really love these buttons, just can't get them to stick when flashing

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Have you got them working at all?
 
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Nope, I'm running a TW ROM and trying to flash these buttons. Any ideas?

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Default Great idea.

I'd love to see this myself, running Beans 10. One of the only things missing from this rom imo.
 
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Here ya go brudda, this works great on Beans rom and I also used xposed settings to change Android settings and system ui settings to make this look really good and also used xposed to change several of the apps to tablet look.

http://db.tt/72dnp61v

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Nope, I'm running a TW ROM and trying to flash these buttons. Any ideas?

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=35082133

[MOD] enable software (screen) keys, disable hardware/capacitance keys

This should work. It's not a flashable thing but I know for a fact that it works with Beans rom.

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Here ya go brudda, this works great on Beans rom and I also used xposed settings to change Android settings and system ui settings to make this look really good and also used xposed to change several of the apps to tablet look.

http://db.tt/72dnp61v

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http://forum.xda-developers.com/show...php?p=35082133

[MOD] enable software (screen) keys, disable hardware/capacitance keys

This should work. It's not a flashable thing but I know for a fact that it works with Beans rom.

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For zip you gave us, I was able to flash it just fine. It's not quite my cup of tea in this format, thanks though! What file does this get flashed to so I can delete it?
 
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For zip you gave us, I was able to flash it just fine. It's not quite my cup of tea in this format, thanks though! What file does this get flashed to so I can delete it?
Yeah if you want to get rid of it just flash the rom again without wiping data. The file should be in your download folder in the external SD card if you want to delete it off your memory.

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