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When I design for Android, I don't use in-app back buttons. Android users should be accustomed to the platform's built in back button, so including a back button is redundant, and, as you mention, potentially confusing. As for accidental presses of those buttons, is that documented or anecdotal? This is the first I've heard of it.
1. Make the buttons tactile Tactile buttons do nothing when your finger rests on top of them and require physical force to click them. All external buttons on Apple devices are tactile with the exception of the touch id fingerprint reader which has very few negative consequences from accidental touch. Some Android devices use tactile buttons as well so ...
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