It would be an understatement to say that the gestures of Android 10 are a controversial change. Many people do not like change, and the return gesture can sometimes be difficult to activate – even after Google has added a sensitivity setting for it. Fortunately, an external developer has a unique solution.
Developer Jawomo has created an app that converts the motion indicator at the bottom of the screen into a button. With the app you can choose a custom action to tap on this "button" or long press on it, including conversion to a back button. Although this method does not make it easier to use & # 39; s side menus, it does help to use the navigation movements by combining the two techniques.
: Download Gesture Plus
The app that makes this possible is called gesturePlus. It was made by the same man who brought us bxActions a popular app for reassigning buttons that we have recommended in the past. Download gesturePlus for free on the smartphone of your Android 10.
Step 2: set the back button
Once installed, open the app and select "Next." Tap "Start Actions" to be redirected to the Accessibility menu on your phone. Now select gesturePlus in the list, switch on the switch at the top of the screen and then choose "Allow".
Use the last gesture back to return to the app and choose "Done". By default, the button is configured to act as the back button, so we are done at the moment.
To go back, you can now press the & # 39; pill & # 39; (home gesture) indicator) at the bottom of your screen. This returns to the previous page, just like the old back button.
And for those awkward side menu's, try our quick tip below.