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2018-12-05 08:48 AM
First of all sorry for my english
After update to Pie 9.0 ci s there any option to hide a home/back button ? in oreo is was always hided and poup after gesture. In 9.0 is always lock on screen, in aps etc.
google tell me there is a "gesture" options in system settings and its works, but not on xperia devies becouse there are no gesture
is there any solution for this, or i will be always stuck with this :/
2018-12-05 01:06 PM
You can only hide the app tray icon. To do this go to Xperia Home settings and you´ll find the option "Enable swipe-up"
2018-12-05 01:06 PM - edited 2018-12-05 01:09 PM
Yes I have the same problem with navigation bar.
Doesn't want hide.
I have tried different themes but nothing work.
SONY help us please
2018-12-05 01:08 PM
The gestures navigation are not present in Sony´s Android Pie! I´ll, however, pass the feedback!
You can always hide the app tray icon.
2018-12-05 01:27 PM
We talk about navi bar not home/app button
Navi bar is always "on" (except youtube and album full screen) Before on Oreo Navi bar was hide or unhide if you needed
2018-12-05 02:13 PM
im not interested in hiddiny app icon, we are talking about Home Button.
XZ Premium got terrible body : lcd ratio, and now after update to 9.0 it got even worst. On my opinion this is premanent downgrade,
I dont want full support for gesture, but i dont want to option that work fine in 8.0 dissaper on 9.0 where other phones are ok with this.....
how i can back to Oreo ? ? ? ? ? ? ?
2018-12-05 02:14 PM
this is not app problem this is os problem
is on every app that dont use full screen
phone dialer / sms / menu etc.
games are fine ...
2018-12-06 04:49 PM
There is no problem with the Android nav bar, that's the way it works on Android Pie.
There is also no way to return to previous Android versions without reflashing the software, something that I personally don't advise.