Note: Some Settings, Menus, or Icons may differ from that of your device depending on your software version and wireless service provider.
Customizable Home Touch Buttons allow you to change the theme, position, and functionality to meet your needs.
To access the Home Touch Buttons settings; from the Home screen, tap Apps > Settings > Display Tab > Home touch buttons and select from the following to customize:
Add and rearrange the Home touch buttons.
Tap Button combination.
Drag an icon to rearrange and combine Home touch buttons.
You can add up to two additional icons for a total of 5. Choose from Notifications, QuickMemo+, QSlide, or Dual window.
Available Home Touch Buttons:
Back key returns to the previous screen. Also closes pop-up items such as menus and dialog boxes.
Home key returns to the Home screen. Swipe up from below the Home key to the Google icon and release to open Google Search/Now app.
Recent Apps key shows recent apps and pages stacked together. Simple scroll through the list and tap the page or app that you would like to open. Chrome tabs will show up as an individual thumbnail (you can disable this within Chrome settings). Swipe left or right to clear it from the list or tap Clear all to remove them all. Tap Dual window to enable that mode. Additionally, touch and hold the Recent Apps key to display a menu in an app (if menu is available) or on your Home screen.
Notification key allows you to quickly open and close the notification panel with a simple tap of the key.
QuickMemo+ key allows you to create a new memo. While viewing the screen you want to capture and create a memo on, tap the key to take a screenshot and begin creating your memo.
QSlide key enables an overlay on your phone's display for easy multitasking. QSlide apps can be moved, resized, or made transparent.
Dual window key enables two applications to run side by side at the same time.
Change the background color of the buttons. Tap Color and select from the available options. Tap the option to apply change.
Hide Home Touch buttons
Checkmark apps to hide the home touch buttons when using that app. When home touch bottons are hidden, swipe up from the bottom or side of the display to unhide (depends on how the app restricts rotation).