Updated: This app does work fine on my Galaxy S7, for changing button assignment or even completely disabling the capacitive buttons. It took me awhile to figure out how to use it though.
Made my Galaxy S7 usable. The free version allows you to change 2 buttons which is all you need if you just want to fix Samsung's bad design decision of switching back and recent apps
Used for mapping the volume buttons to media volume... problem is u can no longer change the call volume during a call. I had to uninstall...but app works as advertised
It doesnt work on my galaxy s6. My screen still jumps from application to application or shows no recent applications.
Works as advertised on my ASUS z10 tablet. Now its buttons are like my Sammy phone. Requirement for text capture in accessibility is not really explained so I might uninstall.
I've used this app for a while. It's been great. But something was missing. Now with the recent update to allow detecting keys by pressing them, this app has now become perfect. Highly recommended.
+ Emulate a headset button on Rooted devices (it allows to answer calls via a key press)
+ Ability to detect a key by pressing on it instead of manual search through the list
+ No more ads
+ No more INTERNET permission
+ Fix Next and Previous track actions
+ Ability to enable a Toggle notification to quick enable/disable the app (+ stay unkilled for battery optimization services)
+ More detailed description for the usage of the Accessibility Service
Protect home button & volume button, access all setting quickly, speed booster.