1. AC Question's Avatar
    I've just upgraded from a galaxy note 2, and I find the placement of the back button on the left of the new nexus frustrating. If any body knows I'd appreciate the help.
    11-10-2015 08:53 PM
  2. VAVA Mk2's Avatar
    You need and XPosed Framework Module or a custom ROM that allows customization of the on screen NAV buttons. Can't change in the vanilla stock Android that ships on the phone.

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    11-11-2015 11:08 PM
  3. mattsican's Avatar
    Coming from a Galaxy s5 this Is my biggest fear.....

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    11-12-2015 01:34 AM
  4. atg284's Avatar
    Coming from a Galaxy s5 this Is my biggest fear.....

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    Meh I'm a week and a half in and it's not a big deal for me. I def do not want to go back to the stutter of the S5.
    kenorian likes this.
    11-12-2015 07:46 AM
  5. TrekkieMonster's Avatar
    Meh I'm a week and a half in and it's not a big deal for me. I def do not want to go back to the stutter of the S5.
    Yeah, the ability to customize the position of the nav buttons - plus the option of adding a button to pull down the notifications shade - was one thing I knew I was going to miss from my G2. I do wish these options were on the phone, but it's proven not to be all that big a deal for me.
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    11-12-2015 01:07 PM
  6. djmiked's Avatar
    Coming from S4, the transition was painless. Even the fact that there is no home button doesn't bother me anymore

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    11-12-2015 01:36 PM
  7. sstephen17's Avatar
    Coming from an S4 and a Note 4, you'll adapt in a few days.
    11-12-2015 01:37 PM
  8. wunderbar's Avatar
    Give it a week, you'll get used to it.
    11-12-2015 01:39 PM
  9. Go0gle's Avatar
    Coming from a Galaxy S6 daily driver, by the next day it was a complete non-issue. Don't bother going through the trouble of switching it.
    11-12-2015 01:50 PM
  10. Nebul0us's Avatar
    I believe this is a 2 handed phone for 90% of the users anyways, so does it really matter? I remember switching to the Galaxy S6 from the Nexus 5. It bothered me that the back button was on right side. I got used to it. Now I'm going back to Nexus 6P and spent a day worrying about the back button being on the left side. Lol. It's all just what we are used to. Don't worry too much about it....
    11-27-2015 03:30 PM
  11. mattsican's Avatar
    Typing and doing a lot of stuff its a 2 handed phone, but web browsing and a lot of things I do with one hand. I usually use my right hand so being able to just use my thumb for back quickly is easy. I can still reach it with my right thumb, but its a stretch. I'm pretty used to it now though.

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    11-27-2015 06:31 PM
  12. shamdawg's Avatar
    Give it 2.76 days then you'll be used to it
    11-27-2015 07:04 PM
  13. RishuG's Avatar
    try this app on the playstore: All in one gesture by developer: YS Liang.
    gg22 likes this.
    06-11-2016 12:31 AM

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