You can see back, home, and recent buttons in the navigation bar in your Galaxy S20 FE (5G). To enable full screen navigation gestures in Galaxy S20 FE, go to display settings in your device. When activating navigation gestures on Samsung S20 FE, it will hide status bar buttons and only view horizontal lines at the bottom middle of the screen. You can change the back and recent apps button order also if you want. Most of all latest stock Android 11 devices come with full screen gestures. You can change gestures navigation in Galaxy S20 FE using this tutorial.
How to Change Navigation Gestures on Samsung Galaxy S20 FE 5G
Step 1: Pull down the notification tray from the top and click on the “Settings gear (Cog)” icon.
Step 2: Tap “Display”.
Step 3: Scroll and click on “Navigation bar”.
Step 4: Choose “Swipe gestures”.
You can see horizontal lines at the bottom middle of the screen. Also, turn on & off gesture hints and show buttons to hide keyboard options.
Step 5: Click on “More options”.
You can customize navigation gestures using below given 2 settings.
Swipe from bottom (_ _ _): Just swipe up from a particular line to go back (Left line), go to home screen (Middle line), and open 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 recent apps (Background running) apps. Pull up to the top of the screen to go home screen. To go back to the previous menu, you need to swipe right (Back gesture) from the screen.
Step 6: Choose from “Swipe from bottom or Swipe from sides and bottom”.
Also, set back gesture sensitivity as lower or higher to respectively scroll to slider left or right.
How to Change Navigation Bat Button Order in Samsung Galaxy S20 FE
You can swipe back and recent apps buttons on the galaxy S20 FE navigation bar.
Step 1: Go to “Settings”.
Step 2: Scroll down at the bottom and touch the “Navigation bar”.
Step 3: Make sure to select “Buttons” in the navigation type.
Step 4: Choose a button order form “(Recent apps, Home, and Back) or (Back, Home, and Recent apps)”.
Do you use full screen gesture navigation in your Samsung Galaxy device? Which is your favorite gesture navigation? Tell us in below comment section.