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How to Use Full Screen Gestures Samsung S24 Ultra, S24 Plus, S23 Ultra, S23 Plus

Last Updated on February 6, 2024 by Bestusefultips

Do you want to change navigation gestures on your Samsung Galaxy phone? Here’s how to use full-screen gestures on Samsung S24 Ultra, S24 Plus, S24, S23 Ultra, S23 Plus, and S23. Using this tutorial, you can set the 3-button navigation bar (Home, Back, and Recents buttons) or use a full-screen gesture on your Samsung One UI (6.0) devices to hide the navigation bar buttons. Also, change or swipe the navigation bar button order on your Samsung device.

You can use split screen mode on your Samsung phone to use two different apps simultaneously, like surfing the internet and chatting on any messaging app.

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How to Use Full Screen Gestures Samsung S24 Ultra, S24 Plus, S23 Ultra, S23 Plus

Step 1: Go to Settings.

Step 2: Scroll and tap on Display.

Samsung Navigation Bar Settings

Step 3: Scroll down & tap on the Navigation bar.

How to Activate Full-Screen Gestures on Samsung Galaxy

Step 4: Choose the Swipe gestures.

When you select swipe gestures, you can see gesture hints, switch apps when the hint is hidden, or show a button to hide the keyboard (Show the above step screenshot).

Full Screen Gesture Navigation on Samsung Phone

Step 5: Tap More options below the swipe gestures.

You can see the below-given two options.

Swipe from bottom: Swipe up from each area of the bottom of your phone to go back, go to the home screen, or open the recent apps.

Swipe from sides & bottom: You can see a horizontal line at the bottom middle of the screen.

  • Go Home Screen: Swipe up from the bottom of your screen to go to the home screen.
  • Recent Apps: Swipe up & hold to view the recent apps.
  • Go Back: Swipe inwards from either side of the screen to go back.

How to Use Full Screen Gestures on Samsung S23, S23 Plus, S23 Ultra

Step 6: Choose Swipe from the sides & bottom to enable full-screen gestures.

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How to Get Back 3-Button Navigation on Samsung One UI 6.0

Follow the steps above on your latest Samsung phone to get back navigation buttons.

How to Get Back 3-Button Navigation Bar on Samsung Galaxy

Settings > Display > Navigation bar > Buttons.

Your Samsung navigation bar has the Recent (Left), Home (Middle), and Back (Right) buttons.

How to Change the Navigation Bar Button Order on Samsung Phone

How to Change the Navigation Bar Button Order on Samsung Phone

Settings > Display > Navigation bar > Buttons > Choose a Button order

And that’s all. Which gesture navigation do you use on your Samsung Galaxy phone? Tell us in the comment section below.



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To hide the status and navigation bars of the screenshot image, go to Settings > Advanced features > Screenshots and screen recorder > Toggle on Hide status and navigation bars.

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