Although mobile gesture navigation systems are all the rage, and everything points to Android 10 being the version that sets this option as the platform's default method, many devices still reach the market with the classic virtual keypad which has been accompanying the operating system since its first versions.
These virtual buttons, although they are the easiest to use navigation method – mainly because we are already familiar with them -, take up valuable device screen space that could be used to show more content, and make the most of the large panels with which manufacturers endow their phones.
Fortunately, thanks to the freedom offered by the operating system, it is possible to hide the virtual buttons in a simple way, and without having to resort to advanced processes such as unlocking the bootloader or obtaining superuser permissions.
Easily hide your mobile virtual buttons with this app
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