6 Alternative Back, Home and Recent Buttons Using Application

6 Alternative Back, Home and Recent Buttons Using Application – The back, home, and recent buttons of your Android are damaged or problematic? Just relax, bro. Let’s read it.
 
Although the onscreen navigation button (integrated with the screen) was introduced many years ago, there are still many vendors who choose to embed physical/capacitive buttons on their Android phones or tablets.
 
Not wrong, but for durability, physical navigation buttons (such as the Samsung Galaxy, Asus Zenfone and Xiaomi) can be said to be more potentially damaged (after being used for a long time) compared to onscreen navigation buttons (like on Nexus, Android One, and Sony Xperia).
 
Well, so as not to get damaged quickly, or to change the navigation keys of your Android phone are already not working, the following is presented a list of 10 applications to replace the best back, home, and recent Android keys specifically for you.
 

1. Navigation Bar – Soft Keys

If usually the navigation bar (where the navigation buttons are located) Android is located at the bottom of the screen (or the right side when landscaping), you can now easily move it anywhere using the Navigation Bar – Soft Keys.
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By default, the navigation bar offered by the application consists of 5 buttons, namely the home, notification, recent, back, and lock screen buttons (plus a button to bring up and change the position of the navigation bar).
 

2. Pie Control

What is Pie Control? If you use AOSP (Android Open Source Project) before KitKat, you may have encountered a navigation menu similar to a pie chart when browsing using the default browser. You may also have used the Paranoid Android or CyanogenMod ROM, yes, like that, exactly, like this. Pie Control
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In addition to the clock and percent of the battery, in the pie is a standard navigation button (back, home, recent) and also some shortcut that we can choose according to taste. Especially for the latest version of Pie Control, we can bring up the navbar on various sides of the screen (right, left, up, down, and corner).
 

3. Savior Non-Root Button

You could say this is the culprit of the navbar for Android. Yes, Savior Button is available in the Play Store before the replacement navigation button applications mentioned here are available.
 
The buttons that can be simulated by Button Savior are fairly complete, such as the home button, back, recent task, screen off, volume, camera, and call.  Savior Non Root Button
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As the name suggests, Button Savior is useful for saving the physical buttons of your Android that are dying. My Android phone is still new, min. Well, if you don’t want your new Android physical button to break quickly, Savior Button is the solution.
 

4. LMT Launcher (Root)

In appearance and function, LMT Launcher is no different from Pie Control. Even so, LMT Launcher has far more features than Pie Control. Call it a replacement feature for the power button, menu, screenshot. shortcuts, applications, gestures, and much more.
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If you want a simple navbar pie, Pie Control can be the right choice, but if you like experimenting and want more features than a navbar pie. of course, the LMT Launcher you should try.
 

5. Soft keys

At a glance, the display of Soft keys is similar to the Navigation Bar. Both of them present the navbar floating on the screen of Android (which contains the back button, home, recent, vol up / down, screen lock, open notification, etc.).
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The difference is that Soft keys are equipped with ‘Quick access panel’ which functions as a shortcut to settings (such as on-off data, wifi, and Bluetooth) and also an app drawer for your favorite Android applications.
 

6. Simple Control

From the same developer as Pie Control, the Simple Control application will give a touch of Android Lollipop / Marshmallow on your Android navbar. Interestingly.
 
We can use Simple Control on Android devices that do not have root access rights (enough to enable accessibility settings only), can be seen in full in the following video.
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Furthermore, Simple Control is an application that acts as a replacement for Android’s physical or capacitive keys that are not functioning or damaged (especially on Samsung phones, Xiaomi Redmi series, Asus Zenfone, etc.) with a display that is not adventurous and is what it is.