The OnePlus released the OxygenOS Open Beta 3 supported android oreo for the OnePlus 5T. the most recent beta build brings some fascinating new options like pick-up gesture switcher, SMS categorization function that we have already seen on Mi UI, and bug fixes among different things. Another additional notable feature that comes with the new beta unleash is new Navigation Gestures that may be enabled by going into settings and disabling the navigation bar. Some early Beta Testers explored the new navigation gestures and found that they’re quote the same as the gestures Apple has introduced with the iPhone X.
HERE’S WHAT you wish to try and do TO USE THE IPHONE X-LIKE NAVIGATION GESTURES
Firstly, OnePlus 5T users will need to register for the beta program which involves putting in an update kind the pc. Doing this will need flashing the software package which may cause bricking or can void your warranty thus caution is suggested. you must conjointly backup your device before any sideloading updates. Once registered, users will receive future beta builds via OTA however they won’t receive stable builds.
To once again receive stable updates, users will need to factory reset their phones and flash a firmware build.
Once you’re on the beta program, you’ll get the most recent Open Beta 3 after reading the flashing directions and downloading the complete ROM at http://downloads.oneplus.net.
Those presently running Open Beta 2 ought to receive the most recent build via OTA.
After downloading the update, you’ll enable the new navigation gestures by heading over to the Settings menu, choose the Buttons choice in the Customisation section, and enabling “Hide the navigation bar” option.
Doing so will take away the navigation bar that was previously always present on the bottom of the screen. Now, you’ll be able to perform a number of iPhone X-like gestures to quickly navigate through the phone. you’ll also see a pop-up tutorial the first time you enable the gesture option.
You can swipe up from the bottom centre of the screen to go back to the home screen if you’re in any app or menu. you’ll also return a page by swiping up from the left or right of the bottom of the screen. Lastly, swipe up from the middle of the screen after holding for a bit to bring up the app switcher.
You will notice that the gestures are similar to what Apple introduced with the iPhone X as some way to get around the navigation controls that were otherwise done through the home button. To recall, the iPhone X options a bezel-less display that removes the iconic touch ID. It looks OnePlus feels a similar gesture controls can work well on the OnePlus 5T which additionally options a close to bezel-less display with no home button on the front.
Whether the new navigation gestures are a few things that OnePlus 5T users appreciate and easier to use compared to the on-screen navigation bar remains to be seen. OnePlus may simply bring the feature to the stable android oreo rollout if it gets a positive user feedback. the corporate secure biscuit update for OnePlus 5T in early 2018 and therefore the latest beta build means that we’re nearer to the stable rollout.