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Here Is How You Can Add On-Screen Navigations to Your Android Phone to Protect the Hardware Buttons

I have never had an issue with the home button on my Galaxy S7 Edge, but let’s just imagine that something happens to it. There is a quick fix that won’t require you rooting your device. Like always, it comes in an app form.

The name? Virtual SoftKeys.

The lightweight app (Only 1.6MB in size) will ensure that you get the best of both worlds when it comes to your phone navigations.

How do you go about it, then? Quite easy.

First, you will need to install it on your device by clicking here:

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Next, give it the necessary permissions by going to your settings, selecting accessibility and enabling Virtual softkeys. After all that, you can tweak the look and feel of your on-screen buttons and also set it to stay permanently or disappear after a duration. If this is set to duration-based, you would have to swipe up from the bottom edge of your display to bring up the buttons.


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Easy Breezy!


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