Wan to use fingerprint sensor to scroll the notification panel on Samsung galaxy S10e One UI? Here’s how to enable finger sensor gestures in Galaxy S10e. You can find finger sensor gestures under motion and gesture settings in your Samsung S10e devices. Samsung galaxy S10e fingerprint sensor available on the power button (Side of the phone).
Swipe up or down on the fingerprint sensor to open or close the notification panel. This feature is paused when the sensor is actively detecting your fingerprint. Also use finger sensor gestures to open Samsung pay on galaxy S10e. Follow below given step by step process to enable finger sensor gestures in Galaxy S10e.
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How to enable finger sensor gestures in Galaxy S10e One UI
You can enable/disable finger sensor gestures in Galaxy S10e One UI using below given settings.
Step 1: Swipe down notification panel from top of the screen and tap Settings gear icon
Step 2: Scroll down up to advanced feature and tap on it
Step 3: Tap Motion and gestures
Step 4: Tap Motion & gestures
Samsung galaxy S10e gestures includes lift to wake & double to wake up, finger sensor gestures, easy mute, one-handed mode, palm swipe to capture and more.
Step 5: Tap Finger sensor gestures
Step 6: Turn finger sensor gesture on or off you want
Step 7: Now swipe up or down fingerprint sensor to quickly show notification panel
Enable palm swipe to capture on Galaxy S10e One UI 1.1
Swiping the edge of your hand left to right or right to left to take a screenshot on galaxy S10e One UI 1.1 device.
Turn on palm swipe gesture in Samsung S10e to take a screenshot in your device.
Step 1: Open app drawer in your S10e and tap settings app
Step 2: Tap Advance features
Step 3: Tap Motion and gesture
Step 4: Enable palm swipe to capture on galaxy S10e under Motion and gesture settings
And that’s all. I hope this little tip useful to enable finger sensor gestures in Galaxy S10e One UI. Do you still have question regarding this tutorial? Tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for latest updates.