How to Enable and Use Gesture Navigation in Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus

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Want to hide the navigation bar button on Samsung Galaxy S10? Here’s how to enable and use full-screen gestures in Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus. By default set home, recent apps, and back button on Samsung Galaxy S10 navigation bar. You can swap back and recent buttons or hide navigation bar to enable gesture navigation in your Samsung device.

You can use gesture controls on the Galaxy S10 using display settings. Manage the home, back, and recants buttons or enable full-screen gestures on Galaxy S10 & S10 Plus.

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How to use full screen Gesture in Galaxy S10

You can enable gesture navigation in galaxy S10 using below given settings that useful to the hiding nav bar on galaxy S10.

Use Gesture Navigation on Galaxy S10 Plus One UI 2.0 (Android 10)

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Tap Display.

Step 3: Tap Navigation bar.

By default select navigation buttons as galaxy S10 navigation type in your device.

Step 4: Choose full-screen gestures under the Navigation type section.

Step 5: Tap on More Options.

Step 6: Choose from Swipe up from the bottom (_ _ _)/Swipe from sides & bottom ( _ ).

Also, adjust the back gesture sensitivity in your Samsung One UI 2.0 running Android 10 devices.

For One UI 1.1

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel from the top of the screen and tap the Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Tap Display.

Samsung Galaxy S10 display settings include adaptive brightness, Blue light filter, Night mode, Font size & style, Screen zoom, Screen resolution, full-screen apps, screen time out, Navigation bar, Edge screen, and more settings.

Step 3: Tap Navigation bar.

By default select navigation buttons as galaxy S10 navigation type in your device.

Step 4: Choose full-screen gestures under the Navigation type section.

Now you can see three horizontal lines instead of navigation bar buttons on galaxy S10 You can see the new Gestures hints option at the end of the page that use to show when to swipe up for home, back, and recants actions.

Step 5: Turn off Gesture hint toggle to hide navigation bar galaxy S10 plus.

You can see remove all three horizontal lines from your Samsung S10 and S10 plus devices.

Change Navigation Button Order on Galaxy S10 Plus and S10

You can easily customize the galaxy S10 navigation bar and navigation buttons using display settings. Let see steps to swipe recent and back button order in galaxy S10 and S10 plus devices. By default recent app button set as the left and back button set as the right button in your Samsung S10 and S10 plus.

Settings > Display > Navigation type > Button order > Choose from recent-home-back or back-home-recent

It will useful to change galaxy S10 navigation buttons order in your Samsung Galaxy S10 and S10 plus devices.

And that’s all. We hope this makes it clear how to enable and use full-screen Gesture in Galaxy S10. Do you still have any questions regarding this tip? Tell us in below comment box. Stay and connect with us for the latest updates.

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