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android make sfinder appear when swipe down (IPhone behavior)?

Posted on 2014-12-14
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Hi,

I like the sfinder a lot in android.
Can I make it appear when I swipe down in the middle of a screen just as it does in iPhone?

Please advise.
J
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Thanks but I prefer not to install any extra apps just for this one feature.
They tend to configure all kinds of things which I don't need at all and make things more complicated + take space/cpu/mem.

If not possible by default, I'll leave it that way.
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Nope, not possible by default. The launch behavior is set by Samsung as part of their add-ons to the standard flavors of Android.
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