Learn to Enable MIUI 10 Full Screen Gesture
We all know that swipe gestures seem like the other big trend in the past months and users love them. Gesture-based navigation isn’t new; in fact, the implementation that we see these days is akin to what you get on the iPhone X. OnePlus also introduced similar gestures in OxygenOS a few months ago, so it looks like more and more manufacturers reveal their intentions to do the same.
Getting started with gestures definitely takes a few days, but if you’re interested in taking a look, here’s how you can enable MIUI 10 Full Screen Gesture. After all, MIUI10 is about getting the very best full screen experience possible, right?
MIUI 10 full screen gesture feature will be available to all Mi/Redmi handset from the market with 18:9 display aspect ratio or full screen display, such as the popular Mi Max, Mi Max 2, Redmi 5, Redmi 5 Plus, Redmi Note 5, along with all the upcoming full view display phones. And gosh, they are quite a few in the list!
Therefore, if you have just updated your phone to latest MIUI 10 and like to spice things up, I totally get what you mean. No more talking, but here is how to enable full-screen gesture on it right way.
- At first, you have to open the Settings app from the app drawer or home screen;
- Then, tap on Full screen display;
- You can now enable the option that says Full screen gestures;
- As a tip, you may also enable/disable Double check for the gestures (this is required for full screen games and videos), switch to previous app and more. Just take a closer look at the available options;
- With this Full screen display feature, you can perform the following actions on your device:
- Swipe from bottom to top of the screen goes to Home screen
- Swipe from bottom and hold for a second bring up Recent apps tab
- Swipe left or right from middle of the screen switches between apps
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