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Custom Navigation button settings, GravityBox – Android customization

Rounding out our GravityBox coverage on our Android customization series, here is a tweak to add custom functions to your Navigation buttons on your rooted device.
Jonathan FeistMarch 17, 2016236 shares

One-click to clear all recent apps, with GravityBox – Android customization

For those whose Recent Apps list get a little out of control, here is the button to close all the apps. GravityBox root app required - Android customization
Jonathan FeistMarch 10, 2016767 shares

Mini app drawer on your navigation bar, root required – Android customization

Continuing with GravityBox, here is a quick tool to add a small app drawer to your navigation bar. A tidy little Android customization for your root device.
Jonathan FeistMarch 3, 2016557 shares

Custom navigation overlay with GravityBox Pie controls – Android customization

Continuing with the GravityBox Xposed module, let's look at a the Pie controls tool for a custom navigation bar on your rooted Android device.
Jonathan FeistFebruary 25, 2016987 shares

App shortcuts on your lockscreen using GravityBox, root required – Android customization

Continuing with the Xposed module GravityBox, we're tweaking the lockscreen on your rooted Android device - Android customization
Jonathan FeistFebruary 18, 2016200 shares

GravityBox, the Xposed module to rule your rooted device – Android customization

As we continue playing with our rooted Android device, this Android customization puts the Xposed module GravityBox to work on our clock and data.
Jonathan FeistFebruary 11, 2016686 shares

Popular Xposed module GravityBox now supports Android 6.0 Marshmallow

It has been under a week since we learnt Xposed is compatible with Android 6.0 Marshmallow, and now GravityBox has been given the same treatment.
Edgar CervantesNovember 19, 2015300 shares

Xposed Framework module GravityBox now compatible with Android 5.1 Lollipop

The popular Xposed Framework module GravityBox has just added compatibility for Android 5.1 Lollipop, though there are a few features missing from stock Android 5.1 in this build.
Jimmy WestenbergMay 18, 20151068 shares

Alpha version of GravityBox for Lollipop now available

Developer C3C076 announced on XDA that the alpha version of GravityBox v5.0.0 is currently available and should be compatible with all devices running stock Lollipop.
Bogdan PetrovanFebruary 23, 2015834 shares
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