Menu Button (No root)

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About this app

Restores menu buttons that have disappeared from Android. No root required.
You can regain the function of the application that the menu can no longer be displayed.
The "Home, Back, Recently Used Apps" button is useful when a physical button breaks down.

🌟 Main functions
Show menu button
Registration of application to use
Customize the buttons to your liking
(Size, transparency, color, icon, position)

🌟 Features
Buttons can be added freely.
You can customize the behavior when tapping and holding down.

🌟 Other buttons
back button
Home button
Recently used app button
Power button
Volume up button
Volume down button
Mute button
Enter key button
Space bar button
Arrow key button
TAB key button
Page up button
Page down button

🌟 Remarks
This app adds a keyboard.
Due to technical issues, a keyboard is required to execute the menu keys.
Used to enter a key when the button is pressed.

This app uses Accessibility services.
The user settings will be reflected when the displayed application changes.
The following actions are taken when the user presses the overlay button:
(Home, back, recently used apps, power menu)

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Updated on
Oct 21, 2021

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7.47K reviews
Happy Pottery
November 29, 2021
Very good! But the volume and mute buttons still show the volume control system annoy popup, there is another app that prevents that, i will keep that one installed for now. The screenshot button will focus this app, leaving any game we are playing, will the pro not do that? Instead of that, it could draw an overlay (like u did for rotate) with an AD, so it could annoy but not break/unfocus the gameplay. We need a config to let some space between the buttons, fit screen width isnt good.
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Pque Christopher
June 24, 2021
• Only 2 stars. There is an app called "Button savior" and it is the equivalent of "Menu button", in better. The problem with "Menu button" is that there is no Root version. The dev obstinate in giving a version with accessibility service, making it slow and under-performing versus the competition. Can you bring a root version ? Also, swapping keyboard manually is not a good choice. You need a root version.
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A Google user
April 25, 2020
I bought a new S20 phone and had trouble getting a very old paid app configured without its menu button. It worked perfectly on my other older devices but there is zero chance of it being fixed as it was abandoned years ago. Menu Button (No root) allowed me to install my old app from a backup and get it configured and running, all without requiring root access. Happy days. A very clever workaround ... well done developer!
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