I've seen a few posts asking for customization of the placement of the Navigation Bar (back, home, recent apps) but not [helpful] answer. So I'm asking the udoo staff (and/or the Seco staff), when you compile the Android source to binary, which settings or configuration flags do you set (and to what) that results in the navigation bar appearing on the Right side of the screen (on your 7" LCD) even as the menu bard is at the top (for landscape orientation). What we need specifically: 1) The navigation bar to always appear at the bottom, always. Our app is not "mobile" and we want all apps (ours and other Android apps) to run in landscape mode (or at least to think that the screen layout is wider than it is tall). There's obviously no "orientation sensor" on the udoo screen so there must be a place "somewhere" where that orientation is set to landscape. So somewhere [else?] there must also be a setting that explicitly places the nav bar on the right. Where is that? And is a recompile of the source required or just a flag/setting in one of the .ini files? And which one? Please be specific. 2) We'd like to also customize the graphic images for the back/home/recent-apps soft buttons. Where are those default images stored in the udoo/aosp source structure? Are there specific instructions/warnings to replace them with our own? 3) Is it possible to add additional soft buttons in that nav area? If so, how? No need to reply "just recompile the source." We already expect that. No need to reply "we only use the Seco AOSP code so we don't know." We're already familiar with that answer. Please let us know what settings/flags and where to set them. Thanks. Freddy.