Not only did it not work at all, it actually reset my wallpaper! I was going to rate it 3 stars for average since it *might* work on other (most likely older) devices but, because of fouling up non-related system settings, I'm giving you only 1 star instead...
To use the power button to restore the bar is the most elegant idea in comparison to the other apps that do it! I would even spend money if it was a one-tap solution (widget, or simply default behaviour upon launching). I would spend a lot of money if it was automatic whenever an app goes into full screen (the buttons on the bar become these little white dots).
..would it be possible to re-enable the status bar via power menu instead of lockscreen? or some other way? i am using this with virtual button bar and it is seamless and very very awesome. the problem is that i have to re-hide the statusbar everytime i unlock the screen. this is the only app that hides the status bar without distorting the top part of my screen like honeybar/hidebar
Don't work on note 2
It got the job done on my rooted Galaxy 10.1. Thank you so very much. Good job. The use of the power button to bring the bar back is quite clever. I like that.
Does not work for Xoom with OS's =-( Has potential though
It is working exactly as stated for me galaxy tab 7 plus!
How do I root
It great to hide the system bar to have the full screen for games
Works good for HTC one :)
Doesnt work on rooted nexus 4
Conceptually this would be great. Simple in a very Unix like way. Unfortunately on my Nexus 7 it doesn't work. Maybe an update for jelly bean support is needed? Worth trying though if you are looking for this functionality.
Not working on Asus tf101 running 4.0.3