Hide navigation bar for Third party Launcher


appulo

Members
Nov 23, 2021
3
5
hello Folks.

I have new Xiaomi CIVI in hands.

I want to use Nova 7 as my default browser but as you know by using a third party launcher you will loose gesture functionality and you will not able to hide that orrible Navigation Bar.

Just saw that by using FNG you can have working gestures back but real problem now is to hide Navigation Bar: it's impossible to make any permanent hide if you don't root device but i don't want root device cause i could loose my Bank App access and other things.


Any working method here to hide this damn of Navigation bar in permanent mode without root device ?
 

katerpanne

Members
Apr 19, 2014
2,535
332
hello Folks.

I have new Xiaomi CIVI in hands.

I want to use Nova 7 as my default browser but as you know by using a third party launcher you will loose gesture functionality and you will not able to hide that orrible Navigation Bar.

Just saw that by using FNG you can have working gestures back but real problem now is to hide Navigation Bar: it's impossible to make any permanent hide if you don't root device but i don't want root device cause i could loose my Bank App access and other things.


Any working method here to hide this damn of Navigation bar in permanent mode without root device ?
first suggestion
# adb shell settings put global force_fsg_nav_bar 1
Make sure that both "USB debugging" and "USB debugging (Security settings)" are enabled.

second suggestion

third suggestion
 
Last edited:

appulo

Members
Nov 23, 2021
3
5
try this…
adb shell settings put global force_fsg_nav_bar 1

Make sure that both "USB debugging" and "USB debugging (Security settings)" are enabled.

or try this…

well,

first method is just tried and main problem is that every time device go sleep and you wake up you will have navigation bar popped out again.

second method for sure will solve main problem but it request root.
 

katerpanne

Members
Apr 19, 2014
2,535
332
well,

first method is just tried and main problem is that every time device go sleep and you wake up you will have navigation bar popped out again.

second method for sure will solve main problem but it request root.
then you have to install magisk....
 
Last edited:
  • Like
Reactions: appulo

leotzian

Members
May 10, 2020
10
15
well,

first method is just tried and main problem is that every time device go sleep and you wake up you will have navigation bar popped out again.

second method for sure will solve main problem but it request root.
I think your problem for popping out on every unlock is that you had activated the "3-button navigation" inside the Hide Navigation bar option on Fluid navigation Gestures. IT MUST BE ON DISABLED.
When you do this command must run once on every reboot
 
  • Like
Reactions: katerpanne

elmonch

Members
Nov 8, 2020
6
15
I think your problem for popping out on every unlock is that you had activated the "3-button navigation" inside the Hide Navigation bar option on Fluid navigation Gestures. IT MUST BE ON DISABLED.
When you do this command must run once on every reboot
It worked for me!

Now I just need to find a way to run this adb comand on every reboot automatically, maybe with Automate can be done?
I'll post it if I find anything
 

leotzian

Members
May 10, 2020
10
15
It worked for me!

Now I just need to find a way to run this adb comand on every reboot automatically, maybe with Automate can be done?
I'll post it if I find anything
It is a little compicated, but it can be done, you must read , and search the net, I had done so installing shizuku and macrodroid, it is working fine.
You don't have to be root, I am NOT. I have done so using a quick setting tile, usind macrodroid with the help of shizuku
You must start shizuku on every reboot within the phone if you have Android 11 and up, if not you must use adb command using your pc
 
  • Like
Reactions: elmonch