Sep 7th, 2020 publishUpdated   Nov 11th, 2020, 1:48 pm

Google’s Pixel 4a was launched not too long ago and it seems to herald Google’s return to the good old days of affordable Nexus handsets. The Pixel 4a is a more than capable smartphone if you’re not too fussed about performance and having the latest technology or features.

So now that you’re on board the Pixel 4a bandwagon and you’re holding the phone in your hands, what’s next? If you’re new to the Pixel smartphone lineup or to Android or simply want to know how to setup your phone for the best experience, you’ll definitely want to read on to find out.

These days as smartphones are trying to go edge-to-edge with their displays, it means that companies need to find new ways of introducing new navigation options that will take advantage of these new larger displays. With Android, Google has introduced new gesture based navigation that might need some getting used to if you’re more familiar with the three-button system, but it could still be worth taking a look anyway.

  • Go to Settings > System > Gestures > System Navigation > Gesture navigation
  • You can repeat the steps above and select 3-button navigation if you want to go back to the old school ways