Get the navigation bar of the Galaxy Note 8 on your Android Phone

Get the navigation bar of the Galaxy Note 8 on your Android mobile
This year was the first in which Samsung has opted not to put a Home button and bet on the famous Android navigation bar. Today, we will show you how to put the navigation bar of the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy Note 8 on your Android phone.

The reason why Samsung decided to bet on these navigation buttons is that I could not put a start button in such a small space since it incorporated its infinite screen which occupies almost the entire screen front and reduces frames to the minimum.

This navigation bar is one of the most features of Android because, in brands such as Huawei, LG and more, the navigation bar is almost identical except for the size or how they are together, but Samsung in this aspect, differs.

Get the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8 buttons on your mobile

What do we need to put this navigation bar?

  • Be on Android 5 or higher
  • Have the mobile phone rooted
  • Have Xposed installed
  • Have the option of unknown sources enabled

Steps to put this navigation bar on your mobile

Get the navigation bar of the Galaxy Note 8 on your Android mobile

The procedure is really simple if we have already installed. Once installed, we simply have to go to the search engine of the Xposed app itself in the sidebar, where it says Download. There, in the search bar, we have to put Galaxy S8, and we will get an option called “Galaxy S8 Navigation bar”.

We selected it and installed it, and that’s it! We will have to restart the mobile and we will have this navigation bar.

The downside of this is that it has very little customization and does not allow us to change just one button of the three, but at least we already have a touch quite similar to Samsung phones. Of course, we can not change the layout of the buttons unless our layer of customization allows it.

In case we want our mobile to look more like a Samsung mobile, we will simply have to download the wallpapers that came with the Galaxy Note 8, which has a QHD + resolution, made for elongated screens and not the conventional 16: 9.