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SoftKeyZ Root


This application will let you change the Softkeys / Navigation Buttons fast and easily on your rooted Android device. This root app comes with more than 150+ different softkeys to choose from and the growing online database proivides even more user-submitted ones. If you got some navigation buttons you would like to see in this app just upload them to the gallery. Until I've added them, you can just use the import feature for these soft keys. This application needs root and "busybox" to be installed on non-nexus ROMs. This app will NOT overwrite your applied themes, or enable the navigation buttons on devices without them.

known problems:
- Sometimes your wallpaper can reset itself.
-The app is not compatible with most Samsung devices as well as LG devices, which are not running an AOSP based ROM.
-Especially not working on the LG G3 unless you are using a custom (AOSP) ROM.

-works great on Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10 and HTC One M8 (S-Off) and most Motorola devices!

WARNING: This app modifies system files and should only be used with a flashable backup of your current ROM on your device. The developer is not responsible for any damages.

Recent changes:
↳ SoftKeyZ will *not* enable on-screen navigation buttons on devices that use hardware buttons!

Version 14.5.6:
-fast reboot for KitKat
-RAM optimizations, using Universal Image Loader (nostra13), also declared large heap size for low ram devices (moto G)
-Import Buttons: Now allows for more sources then just the gallery. (but be careful, this can crash the android gallery so turn "Crop image" off)
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$2.74
90
4.5
User ratings
1433
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
0
File size
3231 kb
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About SoftKeyZ Root
This application will let you change the Softkeys / Navigation Buttons fast and easily on your rooted Android device. This root app comes with more than 150+ different softkeys to choose from and the growing online database proivides even more user-submitted ones. If you got some navigation buttons you would like to see in this app just upload them to the gallery. Until I've added them, you can just use the import feature for these soft keys. This application needs root and "busybox" to be installed on non-nexus ROMs. This app will NOT overwrite your applied themes, or enable the navigation buttons on devices without them.

known problems:
- Sometimes your wallpaper can reset itself.
-The app is not compatible with most Samsung devices as well as LG devices, which are not running an AOSP based ROM.
-Especially not working on the LG G3 unless you are using a custom (AOSP) ROM.

-works great on Nexus 4, 5, 7 and 10 and HTC One M8 (S-Off) and most Motorola devices!

WARNING: This app modifies system files and should only be used with a flashable backup of your current ROM on your device. The developer is not responsible for any damages.

Recent changes:
↳ SoftKeyZ will *not* enable on-screen navigation buttons on devices that use hardware buttons!

Version 14.5.6:
-fast reboot for KitKat
-RAM optimizations, using Universal Image Loader (nostra13), also declared large heap size for low ram devices (moto G)
-Import Buttons: Now allows for more sources then just the gallery. (but be careful, this can crash the android gallery so turn "Crop image" off)

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A Google User
Thursday 8:43 PM
Perfect Just make sure you go into SuperSU and grant this app permission and it works amazing worth the money guys
A Google User
5 days ago
Great Love it!
A Google User
5 days ago
Omg Love this app on my Nexus 4
A Google User
Oct 12, 2014
Awesome! I love this app. It works beautifully on my Htc M8. Thanks to the dev. for a great customization tool.
A Google User
Oct 5, 2014
A must have Must have app for any nexus device. Buggy but last update did trick.