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By Ati75, Senior Member on 1st March 2019, 08:53 AM
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My S10+ will be coming in next week. Wanted to check if fluid navigation gestures works on the s10, as im not that happy with the baked in gesture controls and much rather would customize the gestures. I don't see why it shouldn't work, but would rather check. Thanks!
 
 
2nd March 2019, 11:13 AM |#2  
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My S10+ will be coming in next week. Wanted to check if fluid navigation gestures works on the s10, as im not that happy with the baked in gesture controls and much rather would customize the gestures. I don't see why it shouldn't work, but would rather check. Thanks!

Works perfectly well on my Note 9 with pie/One ui so I don't see any reason not to.
I'm planning to get S10+ and after installing Nova, Fluid gesture is the second thing I do!
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I received my phone yesterday (US - Snapdragon) and I can report that FNG works perfectly fine.
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I received my phone yesterday (US - Snapdragon) and I can report that FNG works perfectly fine.

Thanks. Also got it up and running.
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Nice find, If the ADs in this are not a pain in the ass I will swap from using https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...=com.xda.nobar
this one uses less permissions.
10th March 2019, 08:49 AM |#6  
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Anyone noticed a bug that the fingerprint button is too low when using FNG. I only realised today to press above the sesnor to login in apps
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Anyone noticed a bug that the fingerprint button is too low when using FNG. I only realised today to press above the sesnor to login in apps

Yep, it has some bugs. The FP icon is lower than it should be because the phone should shows up navbar but fluid tries to hide it.
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I had the same issue. Hope developer can find the way to work out that issue.
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Yep, it has some bugs. The FP icon is lower than it should be because the phone should shows up navbar but fluid tries to hide it.

Im getting this too. It kinda sux but it's not a deal breaker... for now.
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In Fluid Navigation gestures unhide nav bar the icon issue gets resolved.

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Ok I found another way that's much smoother. First in Samsung settings disable gesture navigation, so the navigation bar is visible.

Then you need to hide the navigation bar from Fluid Navigation gestures.

I found if you have both enabled they keep fighting each other.
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In Fluid Navigation gestures unhide nav bar the icon issue gets resolved.

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Ok I found another way that's much smoother. First in Samsung settings disable gesture navigation, so the navigation bar is visible.

Then you need to hide the navigation bar from Fluid Navigation gestures.

I found if you have both enabled they keep fighting each other.

If you use that way, the fingerprint sensor location show up not correctly, it needs to be a little bit higher because you hide the navigation bar by adb command.

I found the best way to use any navigation bar gesture without samsung and other apps fighting each other but you will need 'setting database edit' app. I am still testing it since yesterday night and it is running flawlessly so far.
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