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edit build.prop... dpi to 240..

but status bar is at top...

and in xposed module phat7 tablet ui doesn't support android version


want to status bar go to bottom with nav bar..
 
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edit build.prop... dpi to 240..

but status bar is at top...

and in xposed module phat7 tablet ui doesn't support android version


want to status bar go to bottom with nav bar..
Ask Google why they removed it from android then
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edit build.prop... dpi to 240..

but status bar is at top...

and in xposed module phat7 tablet ui doesn't support android version


want to status bar go to bottom with nav bar..
There's another tabletui exposed that work just fine.
http://repo.xposed.info/module/org.exalm.tabletkat
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There's another tabletui exposed that work just fine.
http://repo.xposed.info/module/org.exalm.tabletkat


WOW it works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

it like old Tablet UI!!!!


buttons is at bottom left , battery, time is at bottom right.!!!!!!!!!



but...

gravity box' navbar setting doesn't work.............(
 
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WOW it works!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

it like old Tablet UI!!!!


buttons is at bottom left , battery, time is at bottom right.!!!!!!!!!



but...

gravity box' navbar setting doesn't work.............(
There is one option that actually works: L button style. But that's all, yes. TabletKat is a port, not a look-alike, so it uses completely different code. Either it should explicitly support GravityBox or GB should explicitly support TabletKat to work together.
 
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I have had good luck using Xperia/AOSP NavBar Buttons module, but I am not using tablet UI so it may not be any better for that set up.
Edit... Tried it with tabletkat and it works except I couldn't get the fourth button for menu to show up.
 
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I have had good luck using Xperia/AOSP NavBar Buttons module, but I am not using tablet UI so it may not be any better for that set up.
Edit... Tried it with tabletkat and it works except I couldn't get the fourth button for menu to show up.
hang on for about a month, the dev is working on it it has just been released
 
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hang on for about a month, the dev is working on it it has just been released
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