How to Enable Full Screen Navigation Gestures on any Android

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How to Enable Full Screen Navigation Gestures on any Android
(Last Updated On: February 5, 2019)

How to Enable Full-Screen Navigation Gestures on any Android

Many smartphone users including honor 9 lite users are getting crazy in my YouTube channel about getting full-screen navigation gestures.

Well, you guys need to wait a long time to get the official update. Some device needs to wait until Pie update. What if your phone has zero chance of getting pie update?. Well, I am not sure but many of you may know that we can get this full-screen navigation gestures in our phone too. It is possible with a simple and lightweight app called Fluid N.G.

About Fluid Navigation Gestures

This is pretty simple, sweet and is really fluid. A good thing about this app is you don’t require root access to use the app. It is pretty much like XDA navigation gestures, but a lot better. You can simply hide your system navigation with the help of some codes via ADB. If you are rooted then it will be little less messy.

How to Enable FullScreen Navigation Gestures on any Android

Premium version of this app allows theming options. You can customize all the actions on free version as well.

Fluid N.G Navigation gestures app is inspired by Breccia concept. With the help of this app, you can give a fresh new look to your phone. To enable it either you need Root access or ADB commands.

 

Usage of Navigation gestures:

There are two main gestures:

1.’Quick swipe’ and

2.’Swipe & Hold’

These two Gestures can be triggered from the bottom or side edges of the screen. The side triggers allow you to still access other app side menu.

Actions:

  • Back
  • Home
  • Recent apps
  • Toggle split screen
  • Notifications
  • Power dialog
  • Quick settings
  • Launch Google search overlay
  • Open keyboard selector
  • Voice Search
  • Google assistant
  • Start app
  • Launch shortcut

Installation Of full-screen Navigation Gestures

The Fluid Navigation gestures have built-in option to hide your software navigation keys. You should apply this to have great navigation gestures experience. To enable it either root access or a pc is required to grant app permission through ADB.

PC/Mac instructions:

1 – Enable Developer Mode in Android settings.

2 – Enable USB Debugging

3 – Install ADB

4 – Run the following ADB command to grant the permission

For Windows:

./adb shell pm grant com.fb.fluid android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS

For macOS:

./adb shell pm grant com.fb.fluid android.permission.WRITE_SECURE_SETTINGS

Restoring your software Navigation.

You can restore the navigation keys using the app or by executing this ADB command:

For Windows: ./adb shell wm overscan 0,0,0,0

For macOS:./adb shell wm overscan 0,0,0,0

Note:
If you have problem with ADB installations here are few useful links:

xda-developers – Install ADB on windows..

Lifehacker – Easy method of installing ADB Drivers..

Gadget Hacks – Run ADB commands through chrome extension…

 

Watch Full Video Guide Here

 

Download Fluid Navigation gestures App from here

 

 

Alsan Parajuli

Hi there, I am a student of BSC Science. I love tech and try to create unbiased content, keeping in mind that everything has their own good and bad as I am a tech enthusiast. Besides these, I love to travel and read novels when I am free.

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