Enable Full Screen Gestures Mode (Hide Navigation Bar) on Galaxy S9, S10

Samsung Galaxy S9 Full Screen no navigation bar Android 9

In this guide I will explain how to enable the full screen mode by hiding the navigation bar buttons on Samsung Galaxy S10, S9, Note 9 and similar models running Android 9 Pie with Samsung’s One UI.

In Android 8 you could hide the navigation bar but you had to retrieve it to navigate. With Android 9 Pie update you can completely hide the navigation bar with all buttons and finally make the gorgeous screen of you Galaxy S9 or Note 9 clean of all that stuff. And here is how you can switch to gestures on One UI without any visible nav icon/button.

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How to Add a Shortcut to Google Chrome to Windows 10 Desktop in 10 Seconds

Microsoft improved Windows 10 so much that now creating a shortcut to the program on the desktop is a whole problem. Even the most tech savvy and advanced users have to think over for a long time, until they understand how to create this damn shortcut to Chrome. And this is frustrating.

Where the Problem Begins

You can easily find Chrome in the Start menu but the problem is that you can’t drag it to directly to your desktop. You can’t do the same either even if you already have Chrome pinned to your Taskbar. In this tutorial I will explain the quickest way to do it.

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How to Show Notification Badges as Numbers Instead of Circles on Xiaomi Phone

notification badges as numbers on Xiaomi POCO Launcher

In this guide we will explain how to display notification badges as numbers instead of non-informative circles (dots) on Xiaomi MI and Redmi devices.

By default you will see notification circles (dots) when the app has updates. In this case you won’t be able to know exactly how many unread notifications you have. But you can allow MIUI display the counters with numbers to see a little bit more details.

Thus, you will be able to know how many unread messages you have in WhatsApp or Facebook Messenger by just looking at the corresponding app icon on your Android home screen. My personal point of view is that this feature is informative and very cool. And here is how to switch from circles to numbers on Xiaomi’s MIUI 9 and 10.

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