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Default Hiding Soft buttons

I would like to hide the soft buttons at the bottom of my screen and replace them with a pie type menu that I bring from the side with a swipe. Possible?

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Wallace root, exposed framework, gravity module. It provides many customizations and is pretty stable as far as I can tell.
 
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Xposed and gravity so not work for me. Gravity says it only supports AOSP. I just want to hide the Nav buttons and use pie control

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Xposed and gravity so not work for me. Gravity says it only supports AOSP. I just want to hide the Nav buttons and use pie control

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Gravity does work, been using pie since first day root was release with no problems.
 
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This is what I see in Xposed

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If your framework is already installed you need to do a soft reboot and it will become active

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If your framework is already installed you need to do a soft reboot and it will become active

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It seems that even after a reboot it still does not want to work.

I downloaded the latest APK and installed it. I then downloaded Gravity from within Xposed and installed it. At this point no matter what combination of attempts I do I am unable to get it to actually run. The phone is rooted and Xposed is in the Super Su app. Any tips?

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Just to clarify did you do a hard reboot or a soft reboot? To keep xposed alive on your phone for now you need to make sure you do a soft reboot after installing the framework. If you see the red txt saying framework not installed go ahead and install it, it will pop up and say would you like to reboot now? Hit cancel and select soft reboot and you should be good to go.
 
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