Requires Android: Varies with device
Size: Varies with device
What’s in this version:
If you experience problems with update: Please CONTACT me, else I just can guess what those problems are caused by!
› New action: Pie Menu… this opens a Pie menu which can be freely configured for any event.
› New event: Swipe… a third action can be assigned to buttons which will be invoked when swiping over the button.
› Added extended options: enable them within the apps menu to freely change color and feedback of touch areas or to change long click timeout.
Full screen for tablets!
Automatically hide the systembar depending on currently active app. Use your tablet in fullscreen-mode without losing systembars main functions: navigation options and notifications .
~ please note: This app requires root!
~ read below for issues and limitations !
This app is an easy, automated, light-weight replacement/companion for the default systembar on tablets.
It can disable the bottom systembar on most tablets running Android 3 or Android 4.
Now you can use the full screen for your own apps without wasting space for the bottom bar.
» Play games,
» Watch videos,
» Surf the web,
» Read your mails…
››› everything fullscreen and without losing the main functions of the systembar:
Go back, Go to Homescreen, switch between recently used apps, access notification…
The provided replacement buttons can be configured in function, visibility, position and size. Following actions can be assigned to any button:
• Go back: Navigate back within apps.
• Go to homescreen: Shortcut to directly go to homescreen.
• Show recent apps: Quickly switch between recently used apps.
• Show notifications: Display a panel with notifications.
• Restore systembar: An action to quickly restore systembar.
• Open apps menu: Easy access even to menu of older apps.
• Pie-Menu: Opens a configurable pie-menu.
This plus-Version provides an automatic mode:
Just define the apps you want to use in fullscreen mode and full!screen+ takes care of the rest. It will automatically disable the bottom bar for those apps.
– Start your browser -> *puff* bottom bar is gone.
– Switch back to Home -> the bar reappears.
– Play Video -> always in fullscreen.
You don’t have to care!
!! Please get the free version first to make sure your system is supported !!
issues and limitations:
- in case you experience problems after reboot like notifications not working or not able to autostart:
Please upgrade/change your SuperUser-Manager and use it to upgrade/install latest su-binary! (I suggest to use “SuperSU”, as it is the most evolved of it’s kind)
- There are limitations with phone devices. You might lose ability to accept incoming calls or receive SMS in fullscreen mode. Please make sure to test this before using full!screen.
- On devices with split systembar (notifications on top and navigation on bottom) it is not possible to just hide navigationbar. This unfortunately is a system-limitation and no workaround possible.
- Also the well known “swipe-to-kill” option currently is not possible. (The information used for the recent-apps-list is handled by Android itself and it is not possible to remove items from that list.)
tags: fullscreen – full screen – hide bottom bar – hide system bar