Looking to change up the Navigation bar on your Honor 8 so it works better for you? Luckily there are a few different options available for how you can have it set up, and switching between them is easy. Whether you are looking to reverse the order or add a shortcut so you can quickly bring the notification pane down, it will only take a few seconds. Here's the simple steps to get things changed on your phone.
- Tap to open Settings from the Notification Shade.
Scroll down and tap Smart assistance.
- Tap Navigation bar.
Tap to pick the option that you prefer.
That's all there is to it. A few simple taps on the screen and you'll be able to easily switch up the Navigation bar on your Honor 8. By default, you get the back, home and multitasking buttons, but you can reorder them to suit your liking, or add the option to quickly bring down and up the notification shade.
If you switch it to something you don't end up liking, you can just switch it back to a different one, so you are never stuck with something. If you don't like the layout of your Navigation bar, be sure to check out the other options and see if any of them work better for you.
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