Honor 7X has updated with the latest trend in Android – Gesture Navigation. The update with build number starts getting on Indian variant Honor 7X, which weighs around 148MB. The update also includes October Security patch. Below is how to enable the new Gesture Navigation on Honor 7X.

Honor 7X Gesture Navigation is more or like Android 9 Pie’s gesture-based controls. It replaces Android’s standard on-screen navigation buttons on the phone giving a better user experience. It will also give good look to the home screen. Here is how to use the swipe gestures feature on the phone.


Honor 7X

Recently, Huawei rolled out GPU Turbo update on Honor 7X (BND-AL10 along with call recording feature and Party Mode APK. If you got GPU Turbo update already, you will get Navigation Gestures along with October security patch. Other users will get full update.

How to Download the OTA Update?

If you have not received the (C675CUSTC675D1) OTA for this update, check it manually.

1. Backup all data like contacts, messages, and apps.

2. Ensure at least 50-60% charge remaining on the phone.

3. Go to Settings > About Phone > System Updates > check for the new firmware.

4. If update found, download and install it manually.

How to Download and Install the update manually?

– Technically talented owners can download the update file ( and install it manually.

– The update is currently available on Huawei servers for BND-AL10 that you can download the files (update.zip, update_all_hw.zip and update_data_public.zip) using Huaewei Firmware Finder app.

– Follow this detailed installation instruction after downloading the files

How to activate and use Gesture Navigation?

– After installing the update, go to Settings -> System Navigation -> Select Gestures.

How to use the feature?

– To go to the Home Screen, just swipe up from the bottom of the screen.

– To go Back, swipe inward from the left

– For Recent tasks, swipe up from the bottom of the screen and pause to view recent tasks

– To access Google Assistant, Swipe up from the bottom corner of the screen.

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