Here’s how to enable full-screen gestures in Samsung Galaxy A53 5G? How to change swipe settings on Samsung Galaxy A53 5G? By default, use the three-button navigation bar on your Samsung One UI. If you want to use full-screen navigation gestures, you can replace them with gesture-based navigation. To enable full-screen Navigation Gestures in Samsung galaxy A53 5G, Samsung A73 5G, Samsung A33 5G, Samsung A5s 5G, Go to display settings in your phone.
How do I Activate Gesture Navigation on the Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
Step 1: Go to the Settings to enable or disable full-screen gestures in Samsung galaxy A53 5G.
Step 2: Click on Display.
Step 3: Tap on the Navigation bar.
Step 4: Select Swipe gestures.
You can see horizontal lines at the bottom middle of the display. Also, enable or disable gesture hints and show buttons to hide keyboard options.
Step 5: Touch on More options.
You can change navigation gestures using the below given two settings.
Swipe from the bottom: Swipe up from a particular line to go back (Left line), go home to the screen (Middle line), and go to recent apps (Right line). Swipe up and hold to open the Assistant app.
Swipe from side and bottom: Swipe up and hold to view the background apps. Swipe up to the top of the screen to go home screen. To go back to the previous menu, you need to swipe right from the screen.
Step 6: Select from Swipe from bottom or Swipe from sides and bottom.
How do I Change the Order of Button on my Samsung Galaxy A53 5G
Step 1: Go to Settings to change the navigate action button order in Samsung Galaxy A53 5G.
Step 2: Tap on the Navigation bar.
Step 3: Choose Buttonsin the navigation type.
Step 4: Select a button order form (Recent apps, Home, and Back) or (Back, Home, and Recent Apps).
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