Here’s how to change navigation gestures on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. You can enable full-screen gestures on Samsung Note 20 Ultra and Note 20 using display settings. Choose from buttons (By default) or swipe gestures in your device. Also, two options available if set swipe gestures including swipe from bottom or swipe from sides and bottom that similar to stock Android 10 gesture navigation.
When turning on a full-screen gesture, it will hide navigation bar buttons from your Samsung Galaxy or any other Android device. You can change the navigation bar button order (back and recent apps) in your Galaxy Note 20 Ultra.
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How to Enable Gesture Navigation on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
Step 1: Open the app drawer and tap on Settings app.
Step 2: Tap “Display”.
Step 3: Scroll down until the end of the page and tap Navigation bar.
Set 3-buttons as default navigation gestures.
Step 4: Choose a Swipe gestures to turn on fully gesture navigation.
You can see a horizontal line instead of buttons on the navigation bar and below given new three options.
Gesture hints: It will help to find where to swipe up to use full-screen navigation gestures. Also, swipe left or right across the hints to quickly switch apps.
Show button to hide keyboard: You can use only in the portrait mode.
Block gestures with S Pen: Prevent the S Pen from being used for full-screen gestures.
Step 5: Tap More options button.
Step 6: Select from Swipe from bottom (_ _ _) or Swipe from sides and bottom (_).
Also, adjust back gesture sensitivity as low or high you want in your device.
How to Switch Navigation Bar Buttons Order on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra
By default set 3-buttons navigation as recent apps/background apps (Left), home, and back (Right) keys. You can replace the recent and back button on the navigation bar using below settings.
Step 1: Go to Settings.
Step 2: Tap on Navigation bar at the end of the page.
Step 3: Select a button placement from Recent apps (Left), Home, and Back (Right) or Back (Left), Home, and Recent apps (Right).
We hope this makes it clear how to turn on gesture navigation on Galaxy Note 20 Ultra. Which is your favorite gesture navigation? Tell us in below comment box.