How to add on-screen Navigation buttons on any Android Device

Okechukwu Solomon | June 07, 2017 |
Do you know that you can now manually add on-screen navigation buttons to your Android devices without buying a new phone with the pre-installed feature?. To add this feature to your Android is very simple and easy because it doesn't require Rooting.

On-screen Navigation buttons

I use to remember that time that we make use of xposed installer to add this on-screen navigation bar and not only that, to change battery icon, network signal icon, time and date, and even notification bar of Android. This was fun but it's technical though.

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So Android App developers are now working hard to develop software's or applications to base or perform one specific task. Meanwhile, some latest smartphones has the feature while some doesn't come with it and if you are among those whose their smartphone doesn't come with the feature like Tecno W3, w3lite, users and others, this article is highly recommended for you.


Advantages Of using On-screen Navigation Buttons



#1. If your smartphone physicial buttons are faulty, you can make use of this on-screen navigation buttons.
#2. It makes your smartphone stand out and unique because it beatifies phone. Imagine, using this feature on your smartphones.
#3. If your smartphone physical buttons doesn't light up at night, you can make use of the on-screen navigation buttons in order to also see your buttons in the night.


So you can perform this task with the help of this application called Virtual Softkeys. Why I recommend this app is because, it has more features and quality than other on-screen navigation buttons app on Google playstore.

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Download Virtual Softkeys For Android Below


You can download Virtual Softkeys  from Google Playstore. Its file size is just 1.6MB. After download, you can now give it permission to accomplish it's mission by going to accessibility settings then enable.
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