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[Fix with adb] Disable black bar on 10.0.1 keyboard

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titanreign

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wm overscan reports unknown command on a11 oos 11.0.1.1 on op7 pro. The magisk module worked. Thanks to all who've contributed to this thread and sharing the module.
 

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    Hi! For those who struggle with this problem on android 10.0.1. The black bar on keyboard, you can type this on adb: adb shell wm overscan 0,0,0,-75 and bar will be gone! :D. For rooted users you can just type wm overscan 0,0,0,-75 on terminal.

    Default value is 0,0,0,0
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    Thanks mate!

    Made a video about it. It's important more people find out.

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    Hi! For those who struggle with this problem on android 10.0.1. The black bar on keyboard, you can type this on adb: adb shell wm overscan 0,0,0,-100 and bar will be gone! :D. For rooted users you can just type wm overscan 0,0,0,-100 on terminal.

    Default value is 0,0,0,0

    There's a LOT of people who won't see this that want to. It needs to be broadcast EVERYWHERE!!!
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    For anyone rooted I recommend using Tasker to create profiles for this ADB command.. I have mine setup to run the command wm overscan 0,0,0,-100 when my phone is in portrait mode and then 0,0,0,0 when in landscape. This solves any landscape UI issues and keeps the command active throughout reboots.
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    This one in the terminal did the trick for me :

    #su
    #wm overscan 0,0,0,-75


    Many thanks for the tips