Hide the navigation bar on Samsung Note 10+ and Note 10? You need to enable full screen gestures in Samsung Note 10 plus. By default show recent, home and back button on galaxy Note 10 navigation bar. You can disable the navigation bar button or swipe back and recent button order on Samsung galaxy Note 10+ device.
Annoying by using default navigation bar on your Samsung Note 10 plus? You can hide the navigation bar using display settings in your device. When you select full screen gestures, you can see gesture hints option at bottom of the page that hides fully gesture from navigation bar. Follow below given step by step process to enable full screen gestures in Samsung Note 10 plus.
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How to enable full screen Gestures in Samsung Note 10 plus and Note 10
You can hide the navigation bar in galaxy Note 10 and Note 10 plus using below given settings.
Step 1: Swipe up from home screen to access Note 10+ app drawer
Step 2: Tap on Display
Step 3: Tap on Navigation bar
By default navigation buttons set as Note 10 navigation type.
Step 4: Select fully screen gestures
Now hide the navigation button on galaxy Note 10+. You can see three horizontal lines on navigation bar instead of recent, home and back button. If you want hide this full screen gesture also, turn off toggle gestures hints at bottom of the page. Also change order of recent and back button on navigation bar Note 10 plus using below given settings.
Swipe back and recent button order on Samsung Note 10 plus One UI
Two button order option available in your device. By default selected recent apps (Left), home and back (Right) button on Note 10 navigation bar.
Settings > Display > Navigation bar > Button order > Choose from given two options
In upcoming Android 10 Q devices, you can choose gestures from fully gesture navigation / 2-button navigation (back & home) or 3-button navigation (back, home and recent) using below given settings. Settings > System > Gestures > System navigation > Gesture navigation / 2-button navigation / 3-button navigation
And that’s it. We hope this makes it clear how to enable full screen gestures in Samsung Note 10 plus and Note 10. Do you still have any question regarding this tutorial? Tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for latest updates.