1. wadecb's Avatar
    I know that if long press the new "current apps" button, it will give me the context menu. (I also know they have a new way of getting to the context menu in most apps in the top right.)
    I use the context menu button much more often than current apps. Is there any way to set it back to the S4 behavior (so don't need to long press)?
    04-25-2014 09:06 AM
  2. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    I know that if long press the new "current apps" button, it will give me the context menu. (I also know they have a new way of getting to the context menu in most apps in the top right.)
    I use the context menu button much more often than current apps. Is there any way to set it back to the S4 behavior (so don't need to long press)?
    Welcome to the forums.
    That sort of stuff is usually baked into the ROM. Root access and possibly Xposed Framework might get you to be able to change it.
    04-25-2014 09:21 AM
  3. wadecb's Avatar
    Ok thanks for the info. The proposed solution is probably beyond my Galaxy tech capabilities, but that's OK. It is an awesome phone even with the "long press" context menu.
    04-25-2014 12:20 PM

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