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Default [APP] Custom navbar MOVE NAVKEYS/TABLET UI NO ROOT

I found this og playstore yesterday its called custom navbar

I tried it in 10 min and I was convinced to buy the full app and it works fantastic

There is some few drawbacks from it when watch movies the custom elements dont always hide



Im not trying to sell this product and Im not connected to the dev

https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...tomnavbar.demo

Try it yourself i think it's what alot of us have been looking for
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Not compatible with tablet z lte kitkat.
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