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How to Enable Gestures on Samsung S10 and S10 Plus

Samsung Galaxy S10 device has several motions and gestures control settings to quickly access notifications, mute calls, capture screenshots, and more. In this tutorial, I’ll show you how to turn on and use gestures in Galaxy S10 Plus and S10. Samsung Galaxy S10 gesture includes a lift to wake, double-tap to wake, smart stay, palm swipe to capture, and more. You can enable/disable motions and gestures on Galaxy S10 plus and galaxy S10 under advanced feature settings.

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How to use gestures in Galaxy S10

You can use smart gestures on Galaxy S10 and S10 Plus using below given settings.

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel and tap the Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Tap Advanced features.

Here you can see Bixby routines, smart pop-up view, smart capture, direct share, reduce animations, motions and gestures, game launcher, and more.

Step 3: Tap Motions and gestures.

You can see the below-given list of gestures on Samsung Galaxy S10 that useful to quickly access notifications, calls, and other settings.

Lift to wake

When turning on a lift to wake gesture, it will automatically turn on the screen when you pick up your Samsung device.

Double-tap to wake up

Turn on the screen by double-tapping anywhere on the screen in your Samsung Galaxy device.

Smart stay

Turn on smart stay gesture on S10 to keep the device screen on while you’re looking at it.

Easy mute

Activate galaxy S10 gesture easy mute in your device. When you’re device screen is on, put your hand on the screen to mute calls and alarms.

Settings > Advanced features > Motions & gestures > Easy mute

One-handed mode

You can use one-handed mode on galaxy S10 to resizing & moving the screen around with your device corner.

Read More: How to enable One-handed mode on Galaxy S10+ & S10

Palm Swipe to capture

You can use this S10 smart gesture to take a screenshot on Galaxy S10 plus, S10 and S10e devices. When enable palm swipe gesture, swiping the edge of your hand across more than half of the screen and the screen will be automatically captured screenshots.

Settings > Advanced features > Motions & gestures > Palm swipe to capture > Turn on toggle button

End the list of Samsung Galaxy S10 motions and gesture controls. We hope this tutorial helpful to use gestures in Galaxy S10 Plus, S10, and S10 5G. Don’t forget to share with others if you found it helpful. Stay and connect with us for the latest updates.

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