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Default GPE SGS5 Rumored. @Evleaks

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I'm waiting for this to come out so the stock android can be ported to our phones.
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I question this because idk why anyone would include soft key nav buttons and hard key nav buttons. Two rows of buttons that do the same thing?
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Because it's intended to be closer to vanilla android

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I question this because idk why anyone would include soft key nav buttons and hard key nav buttons. Two rows of buttons that do the same thing?
Maybe, just maybe.. They add in the function to disable or enable the nav-buttons, just like the OnePlus1.

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