How to Enable System Wide Dark Mode, Navigation Gestures on Android Q Beta [Root]

Have you ever thought about how dark mode will look if it is enabled system wide? Well, you can do it with the help of this article. You will be able to enable the system wide dark mode and also get new navigation gestures that are similar to iOS or iPhone gestures. All you have to do is follow the guide given below. The utility used ahead works with root so make sure your device is rooted — use Magisk root package if it is not.

Before we go any further, lets talk about what will dark mode achieve. Many users have been interested in getting dark mode on their devices for a long time now. Recently, Google updated quite a few of its applications with dark mode like Messages app but not for complete OS, until now. As for new navigation gestures, most Android Pie users haven’t really adjusted to this navigation procedure. In Android Q, there is a new, more intuitive take on it. To activate both features on Android Q, developer from XDA, Apk15955 has developed an application called Android Q Tuner. With this article you will be able to download Android Q Tuner.

Dark Mode, Android Q

Android Q Tuner is a great tool to have with you. his app lets you custom android q clocks faces , notification bubbles and System Wide Dark Mode. Use the following link to download the Android Q Tuner.

Download Android Q Tuner

With the following link you can download the root utility:

File Size: 3.02 MB

After you download it, install it like any other APK. If you are installing this APK file for the very first time, you will have to allow “Install from Unknown Sources” option in Settings. Continue reading below on instructions on how to install an APK manually on your phone.

How to Install Android Q Tuner APK

Here are all the instructions you need to install Tuner utility on your Android phone. Follow these steps below:

Step 1 – Download Android Q Tuner from the link above.

Step 2 – Locate the file you just downloaded, extract it and open it on your phone to install it.

Step 3 – If you are installing an APK directly for the very first time, you would be notified to enable “Unknown Source” setting.

Step 4 – After enabling, the app should install. You can open the app by using the new Camera icon in your app drawer.

If this instructions / guide was not clear enough or you are stuck somewhere, you can read our complete guide on how to install APK files on your Android device here:

If you run into issues, we will be responding to the comments to this post.

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