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How to enable Gestures on galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus

Last Updated on March 7, 2021 by Bestusefultips

Gestures are useful for easily quickly manage your Samsung galaxy devices functions such as take screen shot, make a call, quickly see notifications, camera, mute incoming calls and more. You can enable Gestures on galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus Oreo using advanced features settings.

In Galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus gestures, you can see Finger sensor gestures, easy mute, smart alert, palm swipe to capture, direct call and more. In most of the device, you can see fingerprint sensor gestures for access notification in your device. Follow below given step by step process to enable Gestures on galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus Oreo devices.

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How to enable Gestures on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus Oreo

How to enable Gestures on galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus

Let see steps to enable and use gestures on galaxy S9 plus and galaxy S9 Oreo devices.

Step 1: Open settings or Scroll down notification panel & tap on settings gear icon in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus

Step 2: Select Advance features

Here you can see several settings such as Smart stay, One handed mode, Finger sensor gestures, smart capture, quick launch camera, multi window, swipe to call or send message gesture, dual messenger, Video enhancer and more. You can see below motions and gestures in your Samsung S9 & S9 plus.

Enable and use Gestures on galaxy S9 & S9 plus Oreo

Finger sensor gestures: By default disable finger sensor gestures in your galaxy S9 and S9 plus devices. To use this Samsung S9 gestures, enable it in your device. Swipe up or down on the fingerprint sensor to open or close the notification panel. But remember this gesture not working when the sensor is actively detecting your fingerprint.

Quick launch camera: To quickly open camera on galaxy S9 & S9 plus, press power key twice in your device.

Palm swipe to capture Gesture: Swiping the edge of your hand across the screen to take screenshot on Samsung galaxy S9 and galaxy S9 plus.  You can’t use this galaxy S9 gesture while the on-screen keyboard is showing

Direct call: Bring your galaxy S9 & S9 plus close to your ear to call the contact whose message or contact details are currently on the screen in your S9.

Smart Alert: Enable smart alert in your galaxy S9 & S9 plus. Your phone will vibrate when you pick it up after missing calls or receiving messages in your Samsung S9 & S9 plus.

Easy Mute: To mute your galaxy S9 incoming calls & alarms, just putting your hand over the screen or turning your phone face down. To use it enable easy mute gesture in galaxy S9 & S9 plus.

Swipe to call or send messages: Open the number and swipe it right side to make a phone call and swipe left to send message in your Samsung galaxy devices.

Direct share: You can directly share content with specific person from the sharing panel in any app. If app is compatible with this direct share feature, the icons will appear at the top of the sharing panel.

The list ends here. I hope these little tips helpful to enable Gestures on Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 plus. Do you know other galaxy S9 gestures we missed above? Share with us in below comment box.

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