Samsung NavStar 4.2.05.31 update

Samsung Navstar is one of the modules of the Good Lock application, which allows you to create your own navigation bar. It can rearrange the order of the Back, Home, and Recent buttons (for switching apps).

Samsung NavStar 4.2.05.31 update

Samsung has released a new update for the GoodLock module Navstar with version 4.2.05.31. The new update brings some error fixes to enhance the overall performance of the app.

The new update for Samsung Navstar fixes some issues that caused empty space at the bottom of the screen and the transparent gesture setting doesn’t work when using the gesture navigation bar even after the taskbar is turned off.

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The updates bring improvements to some functions for better performance. The update is only compatible with Galaxy devices running Android 12L-based One UI 4.1.

CHECK WHAT’S NEW

  • Fixed an error that caused a blank space at the bottom of the screen when using the gesture navigation bar.
  • Fixed an error where the transparent hint setting could not be used even when the taskbar was OFF.

Users can easily update the Samsung Navstar app through Galaxy Store by installing the package size of 5.67MB. Users can easily install the latest update through the Galaxy Store. After opening Galaxy Store tap on the Menu icon and click on the Update option. Tap on the refresh icon and it’s done.

You can directly download the update from the link mentioned below.

  • Get Samsung NavStar 4.2.05.31 Update – APKMirror

Samsung NavStar

Here’s How to customize the Gesture handle?

NavStar is a GoodLock module that allows you to create your own navigation bar. You can change the look of the buttons, and customize various gestures and handles. So let’s see how you can change the color and width of the gesture handle.

  • Firstly, open the NavStar app.
  • Turn on the toggle
  • Several options are visible on the page, scroll down.
  • Tap on the Gesture handle to turn on the toggle.
  • Now, you can customize the color, width, and transparency of the Gesture handle.

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