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One UI (Android Pie) on Samsung Galaxy phones running the navigation bar



With OneUI and Android Pie, Samsung – like Google and OnePlus – is offering a navigation system option to replace the traditional nav bar if you choose. Unlike Google and OnePlus, Samsung's version keeps the Recents "button" alongside Home and Back, and even has two modes to help you ease your bar-less experience. Everything lives in one simple menu

Samsung phones with OneUI

How to adjust your navigation settings in Samsung OneUI [19659004] Open the Settings app (gear icon)
  • Tap Display
  • Scroll down and tap Navigation bar

     Settings

     Display  Navigation bar

  • By default, if you hard-press where the home button is normally on the screen while the screen is off, the screen will wake. To adjust that sensitivity, tap Hard press Home button
  • To lock your home screen, tap Unlock with Home button to toggle it off. 19659005] Tap Full screen gestures to try out Samsung's gesture navigation system.
  • Scroll down and tap the Button order you prefer. Samsung traditionally has the nav bar set to [Recents, Home, Back] as opposed to the more normal [Back, Home, Recents] used by most manufacturers

     Hard press and unlock

     Full screen gestures  Gesture hints off

  • By default when you swap to full-screen gestures, you'll still see three slim lines at the bottom of the bar, which help train your fingers as to where each of the nav gestures is at the bottom of the screen. You are always comfortable with the gestures, scroll to the bottom of the navigation bar menu and tap Gesture hints to remove the three lines and give yourself a full-screen experience.

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