Since Android 10 arrived, Xiaomi launched the lower navigation bar in MIUI 11, which allows you to switch between applications by simply sliding your finger on it from left to right or vice versa. This, for many, turns out to be very useful, while for others it is not.
If you are used to the classic and want to do without it, but do not know how to eliminate it or, rather, deactivate it, then we will explain how.
Getting rid of the navigation bar that we find from MIUI 11 with Android 10 on Xiaomi and Redmi phones is simple and only involves a few steps to follow, which are the ones we list below:
- Head to Settings.
- Then look for the Additional Settings entry, which is located in box number 20 in MIUI 12.
- Once you are in the additional Settings, click on the Full Screen box
- Later, click on the input switch that says Hide full screen indicator, which is disabled by default. With this, the bottom navigation bar will disappear, without further ado.
On the other hand, if you want the application switch gesture, which is done from the bottom of the screen up to minimize the window of the game or video in progress, it needs to be done twice for it to take effect, activate the switch of that option, which is the one under Hide full screen indicator.