Practical video tutorial in which I teach you how enable on-screen navigation gestures on the Huawei P20 Pro recently updated to Android 9.0 Pie under its famous and increasingly cool EMUI 9.0.0 customization layer.
And I say more and more cool, because the more the use more convinces me this layer of customization Own the terminals of the popular Chinese brand.
Last Saturday, at dawn, I received via OTA the implementation update that would update my Huawei P20 PRO to Android Pie or Android 9.0. An expected and desired update, which highlights precisely what happened today to explain that it is nothing other than the steps to follow and where are the options to configure screen navigation gestures.
In this way we will have the entire screen cleared and we can free the gestures of the Home button to limit them only to its main functionality that is none other than, unlock the terminal through our fingerprint and identify ourselves in applications and payments.
To enable these gestures on the screen that execute the actions of the back, home, recent buttons and the call to the Google assistant, we will only have to Enter the settings of our Huawei P20 PRO, then enter the option of System, then click on the option System navigation in there, check the corresponding box that will enable these expected and desired screen navigation gestures.
Clicking at the bottom of the Gestures option found within Settings / System / System Navigation, in the word Settings that is shown to us in blue, we can see a small mini-tutorial with moving images, in which we explain the operation of these screen navigation gestures on the Huawei P20 PRO.
In addition, from these settings we can enable or disable the Google assistant call gesture, a gesture that personally did not convince me because I skipped accidentally very, very often, which bothered me a lot and that's why I opted to disable this option.
In a next video I will show you all the main novelties with which Android 9.0 has arrived or Android Pie to our Huawei P20 PRO by the hand of its own personalization layer EMUI 9.0, a layer that if you asked me a few years ago, I would never have said that I like it so much.
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