This post was last edited by Sumit Verma at 2020-6-26 23:59 |
Are you aware that knowing how to use swipes and other actions to control your phone rather than tapping on buttons has become a universal mode of navigation on most recent phones.
Follow us today on this topic “Gesture navigation’’ a feature in HiOS’’ as we show you a new gesture-based option to give you more immerse switch experience. A quick left or right swipe will take you back to your previous menu and a quick swipe up from the bottom of your phone screen will take you back to your home screen.
How to turn on gesture navigation?
Whether you want to test out the new navigation controls or swap back to a tested and trusted method, you’ll need to know how to change your navigation method. To swap between navigation methods, all you have to do is to go to your Settings--then tap System > Gestures > System navigation. Two more options will come up.
3-button navigation allows you go back to the previous screen, back to your home screen and then switch in between apps (minimize).
2-button navigation enables you to be able to use swipe instead of navigation button icons.
How to use gesture navigation
Now that we know how to turn on the navigation gesture. If you’ve turned it on, you’ll agree with me that all your familiar buttons have disappeared. If you were using the 3-button navigation before and you now have no idea how to control your phone any-more, don’t worry we will guide you through it in just one step.
To go back to your home screen
Going back to the home page is one of the most crucial abilities on a phone, but doing so without a home button seems impossible. To go home, place your finger at the bottom of your screen near the thin bar “—” and swipe until the open app disappears.
Tell us in the comment section your experience on navigation gesture