I would like to see support for this.
@Annihilator27 Please elaborate on what exactly you are looking forward to. Currently, I understand that you expect the team to implement gesture navigation for the those that don't have them (Android O and below), right?
I am not expecting the team to do this, Just would like to see support. Google has taken care of this with Novembers or Decembers security patch.
Hi, thanks for your report! We are working on this. Please stay tuned, thanks!
Yeah, we really need Microsoft Launcher to fully support the Android 10 gestures, which is already available for 3rd-party launchers. We would like to enjoy using Android 10 gestures while still keeping Microsoft Launcher as our default launcher. Without this, it forces users to either sacrifice Microsoft Launcher or not use Android 10 gestures.
@Ann_Yao_680 Thanks for the update!
@Ann_Yao_680 thanks for sharing the update! Can we expect it happening with the new ML? Any update on when the support will go live?
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Microsoft Launcher Preview updated with Android 10 gesture support :)https://mspoweruser.com/microsoft-launcher-preview-android-10-gesture/
Thank you for the update @HotCakeX .
I know that, and it is not yet available for my phone even after installing the update. :(
Oh okay, well the feature itself is implemented, it might have problem with each phone's own limitation/customization
Yeah, just got an update and currently using Android 10 with One UI 2.0 on Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Still no Android 10 gesture support, this could be Samsung limitation with One UI? Android patch missing? Not sure.
This needs to be further tested and list all devices where this gesture is supported. Ideally it should be all devices that are upgraded or already have Android 10.
Since alot of Android devices are Samsung Galaxy and likely run One UI, it would be best if developer of Microsoft Launcher collaborate with Samsung about supporting the gesture.
Microsoft is already have a deal or something like it with their Galaxy smartphones, the integration with Your Phone with Samsung is something other Android does not have, so clearly there is a sort of partnership is there.
At the moment as far as I know, Microsoft Launcher does not have gesture support for my phone and likely other users as well with same configuration.
Microsoft launcher still does not support gesture navigation on Xiaomi Mi A3, which runs stock Android. Any ideas why? Shouldn't it work?
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