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Swipe Gestures Hiding Nav Bar is back!

(Topic created: 01-29-2024 10:37 PM)
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Robin621k
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Galaxy S24

They heard you, Samsung has brought back the ability to hide your Navigation Bar and Swipe Gestures.

 
You will have to download Goodlock and specially NavStar once installed toggled on NavStar, Enable extra gesture settings.
 
Go to settings. Display, navigation, show more, have fun again. 
 
Ps. If you already have both apps and you are not seeing those options, Open Goodlick again scroll to NavStar, tap on the more, go to store, there will be an update waiting. For some reason it isn't showing up in updates
 
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LordVako
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Galaxy S24
You future is quite bleak then my friend. Don't like your take on the "future" that looks like the rock ages where cavemeneman couldn't type or choose what to do. Just wave and swipe since it's a no-brainer ( no pun intended) 🤷🏻
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Robin621k
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What are you taking about, not being able to hide the nav bar?
nogesture
Cosmic Ray
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Galaxy S24
Samsung gestures
Robin621k
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I used that until they adopted the nav bar, so much faster!
Hate buttons on my screen!
Wish I could hide the nav bar when I get my S24U on Monday.
nogesture
Cosmic Ray
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Galaxy S24
I don't understand how swiping and holding can be faster than simply swiping up.
PecanTan1
Asteroid
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Galaxy S24
Right!
LauraRG
Comet
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Galaxy S24
You can use swipe gestures instead. I have for a while now. 1706343360280_1706343360274_0.jpg
Johnnym74
Cosmic Ray
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The swipe gestures work fine. The navigation bar is why I'm an android guy. Besides the swiping is so customizable how can anyone complain
nogesture
Cosmic Ray
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Galaxy S24
*The swipe gestures used to work fine.
TipsyTrex
Supernova
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Galaxy S24
The customizations are being removed in 6.1 and you are being forced to use the stock Android gestures. That's the problem.