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  1. This is how I am doing this :

    1. <ion-nav-back-button></ion-nav-back-button> is defined in my tabs.html
    2. On the specific template where I need a custom function to be executed, I insert the ion-nav-back-button again :

    <ion-nav-bar>
    (…)
    <ion-nav-back-button ng-click="cancel()">Cancel</ion-nav-back-button>
    (…)
    </ion-nav-bar>
    3. and finally In the controller :
    $scope.cancel = function () { // insert whatever you want to do; $ionicHistory.goBack();};