How to Enable and Use Full Screen Gestures Android 10

Here’s how to enable and use full-screen gestures on Android 10. You can enable fully gesture navigation, 2-button navigation, or 3-button navigation in your Android 10. By default enabled full-screen gesture navigation on Android 10 stock devices. Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to access the app drawer. To switch apps, swipe up from the bottom, hold, then release. To go back, swipe from either the left or right edge. Also, adjust low or high sensitivity for the left edge or right edge in your phone. Let see steps to turn on Android 10 full-screen gestures.

How to Use Gesture Navigation in Android 10

You can turn on gestures on stock Android 10 devices using system settings. But in this tutorial, I teach you to enable Android 10’s new gestures.

Step 1: Pull down the notification panel at the top of the screen and tap on the “Cog” icon.

Use Full Screen Gestures Android 10 using system settings

Step 2: Scroll down at the bottom and click on “System”.

Turn on gestures on stock Android 10

Step 3: Click on “Gestures”.

How to Use Gesture Navigation in Android 10

Step 4: Click on “System navigation”.

How to Enable and Use Full Screen Gestures Android 10

Step 5: Make sure to select “Gesture navigation” to activate full-screen gestures.

You can also choose from 2-button navigation (Home & Back button)/3-button navigation (Back, Home, and Recent Apps) in your stock Android 10 OS.

How to Use Full Screen Gestures Android 10

Step 6: Click on the “Cog” icon of gesture navigation.

Enabled full screen gesture navigation on Android 10

Step 7: Set “Back sensitivity” for left edge or right edge as low or high you want.

Note: Higher sensitivity may conflict with any app gestures along the edges of the screen.

How to Turn on Gestures on Android 10 (Stock)

Step 1: Open the app drawer and click on the “Settings app”.

Step 2: At the end of the page, click on “System”.

Step 3: Click on “Gestures”.

Use Android 10 Gestures

Android 10 gestures include Active edge, Swipe fingerprint for notifications, quickly open camera, flip camera for selfie, system navigation, double-tap to check phone, lift to check phone, prevent ringing, and Flip to Shhh.

Check Also:

How to Activate Full-Screen Gestures on Samsung Android 10 (One UI 2.0)

Step 1: Pull down the notification panel at the top of the screen and tap on the “Settings” gear (cog) icon.

Step 2: Touch on “Display”.

Step 3: Scroll down and click on “Navigation bar”.

Step 4: Select a “Full-Screen Gesture” (Swipe gestures).

Step 5: Tap “More options”.

Step 6: Choose a “Swipe from sides and bottom” to enjoy stock Android 10 fully gesture navigation.

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