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Realme XT Navigation and Gestures

Realme XT comes with a 64MP AI Quad Camera for extreme clarity from ultrawide to macro, the Realme XT also features VOOC Flash Charge 3.0, a large 4000mAh battery and a 6.4-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display. Both its front and back are designed with tough, drop-resistant Corning® Gorilla® Glass 5. Here are some Realme XT Navigation and Gestures tips and Tricks that you help to customize your device.

Realme XT Navigation and Gestures

#1. Gesture Navigation – If you don’t like the nav buttons taking up screen real estate, you can totally do away with them by enabling gesture navigation. You can follow the on-screen instructions to see how they work. To enable, head over to Settings > Convenience Aid > Navigation Keys.

#2. Screen-off Gestures – Screen-off gestures allow you to draw a certain pattern or alphabet on the screen when the display is turned off which triggers a preset option. For example, double-tapping on the display to wake up the device, drawing “C” to launch the camera etc. You can customize this by going to Settings > Convenience Aid > Gesture & Motion > Screen-off Gestures.

#3. Navigation Keys – There are various options to choose from in terms of the layout of the navigation keys. You can reorder the buttons or choose a set of buttons from stock Android or the ColorOS defaults. To do this, go to Settings > Convenience Aid > Navigation Keys and choose your pick.

#4. 3 Finger Screenshot – Swiping 3 fingers in a downward motion across the screen will let you take a screenshot. Enable this by going to Settings > Convenience Aid > Gesture & Motion > 3-Finger Screenshot.

#5. App Split-screen – To enable split-screen or multi-window, which means you can use 2 apps simultaneously, you will need to swipe 3 fingers upwards instead of downwards which will trigger the action. Enable by going to Settings > App Split-screen.

#6. Smart Sidebar – Smart Sidebar is a tiny little bar that shows up on the edge of the display which houses multiple shortcuts and app icons. If you want to jump to a frequently used app from within another app, the Smart Sidebar can be handy. You can configure the shortcuts according to your preferences. Enable it by going to Settings > Convenience Aid > Smart Sidebar.

#7. Assistive Ball – This is similar to the Smart Sidebar but also has some system-specific functionality like navigating through the UI, taking screenshots etc. rather than app shortcuts. If you do not wish to use the nav keys very often, you can use the quick ball. Enable it by going to Settings > Convenience Aid > Assistive Ball.

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