ToggleBar

ToggleBar

100 - 500 downloads

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Make full use of your screen real estate! ToggleBar hides the navigation bar present in ICS and Jelly Bean, letting your apps run truly full-screen.

**Requires root access to run**

How it works: ToggleBar uses root access to hide the nav bar and provides customizable options for how to restore it:

1) Homescreen widget toggle
2) Lockscreen widget toggle (Android 4.2 only)
3) Turn your screen off and on again. The bar re-appears automatically when the screen is turned back on.

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Recently changed in this version

1.5 Fixed issue with restoring nav bar using alternate SU binaries

1.4 Interim release

1.3: Bug fixes to prevent dialogs from showing every time the app is opened

1.2: Added homescreen and lockscreen widgets

1.1: Fixed issue with restoring nav bar on Jelly Bean 4.2

1.0: Initial release


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  • (46 stars)

    by Warren Henderson on 25/03/2013

    This paid app does EXACTLY what the free apps of this type do. On the screenshots it shows NavBar hidden and SystemBar showing. On my phone it hides BOTH - not what I wanted. Wallpaper doesn't extend to bottom, artifacts show through. Disappointed.

  • (46 stars)

    by Alex Richter on 13/01/2013

    Crashes systemui, navbar doesn't restore.

  • (46 stars)

    by Alpay Göktürk Tekinsal on 12/01/2013

    when i use the navbar toggle,my wallpaper changes to black and everytime i change my wallpaper back manually.Please fix this.Otherwise good app.

  • (46 stars)

    by A Google User on 25/12/2012

    Love the new update

  • (46 stars)

    by Lasse Gullvåg Sætre on 01/12/2012

    Simple as that. I use it to restore a systemui that crashes sometimes. Would like a toggle widget or a rethinking of the UX in general, could be easier imo.