Learn how to enable the easiest way to open settings, the three dots menu. We are used to see this menu for a long time in every Android device, but in Lollipop this short menu to open settings is not enabled by default.
Luckily we found a way to enable three dots menu on Galaxy Note 3 running Android Lollipop. That menu is very useful because it allows you to open settings without needed to go through the hardware menu.
After taking carefully the guide below you will see the three dots menu appear in each app screen, so you can easily open app settings. The three dots menu is available in almost all previous version of Android but 5.0 Lollipop unfortunately disabled it.
In Android nothing is impossible. Since it is a open-source and only with rooting it you can have a full access on your device and customise everything on it. So if you want to enable three dots menu we are used to see for a long time on Android, follow the steps below.
Note: We are not responsible for anything happens to your phone. Remember, it will void your warranty and it will result in tripping KNOX 0X1 and you can’t do anything to revert it back.
- A rooted device.
- A Custom Recovery installed like CWM or TWRP.
- Framework for stock based ROM. Download here.
- Framework for Stock ROM. Download here.
- Modded Phone and Clock apk. Download here.
How to enable three dots menu on Galaxy Note 3 running Android Lollipop
Please follow the steps carefully and one by one. Don’t avoid any of them otherwise you can have a boot loop.
- Download all three files on your external or internal memory.
- Open Root Explorer and move the files Generic.kl in /system/usr/keylayout and overwrite the existing file.
- Turn off your phone.
- Reboot into Recovery.
- Flash Framework and the App Modified.
- Clear the cache to avoid any boot loop.
- Restart the phone.
In any case if you get any app clock error, clear the cache of the app.