Customize your navigation bar on Nougat without waiting for Android O with Custom Navigation Bar

Can’t wait for Android O? Neither can we, but you can at least make use of one feature a little early if you’ve got a mostly stock Nougat phone. The good people at XDA found that navigation bar customization was present in Nougat, and you can even use it without root. One enterprising developer has already pushed an app called Custom Navigation Bar that can make the necessary modifications.




Do note, though, Custom Navigation Bar won’t work with most of the more heavy-handed manufacturer ROMs like TouchWiz. That might trim down interest for more than a few of you, but if you are running a Nexus, OnePlus, Xperia, or other device with a fairly light rom (even LineageOS) then you can give the app a go. While it might not require root, it isn’t “one-click” easy to get things working. You need to have a computer nearby with both ADB and USB drivers for your phone, a cable to connect it, and you need to be comfortable using a scary Bash terminal or CMD.

Thankfully Google has a single package that should provide you with the tools you need in 90% of cases. Once that’s installed and you know ADB is working, the app walks you through the setup process. You can see it all in the gallery below for reference. Basically, you just connect over ADB, invoke a shell on the phone, and grant the app a permission required to make the modifications. It’s a bit simpler if you are rootedall the setup is done on the device.

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Md Kashif Ali
Md Kashif Ali
Hey Guys Its Kashif, Founder of Tech Fire. I spend most of my free time creating content for my YouTube channel and this website. I started my YouTube channel at age 15 and my goal was to teach people what they can do with their gadgets.

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