How To Remap Samsung’s Bixby Button on Galaxy S10

To remap Samsung’s Bixby Button is one way to prevent Bixby from launching on your Galaxy S10. With One UI, users still don’t have an option to disable the button but since it’s now remappable, it’s more useful than ever. You can actually choose an app that you want to open when you press the button. We know for sure many could appreciate this now than it was a couple of years ago.

Continue reading as we will walk you through on how to remap Samsung’s Bixby button so that you can open an app that you usually use instead of the the company’s voice assistant. However, before we move, if you are looking for a solution to a problem with your Galaxy S10, make sure you visit our troubleshooting page for we have already addressed some of the most common problems with this device. Find issues that are similar with yours and feel free to use our solutions. If you need more help, you can contact us anytime by completing our questionnaire.

How to remap Samsung’s Bixby button

  1. Launch Settings and then tap Advanced Features.
  2. Touch Bixby key and select Double press to open Bixby.
  3. Enable Use single press toggle switch.
  4. Tap inside Use single press area and touch Open app.
  5. Now tap on the Settings button and then choose the app you want.

After this, the app you’ve chosen will be opened when you press and Bixby button. However, if you previously disabled the button due to accidental presses, then you will come face to face with the same issue once the single press is enabled again.

How to disable Bixby on Samsung Galaxy S10

With the single press enabled, you can also choose to run a quick command instead of opening an app. When you choose this option, of course the option to open an app will not work. If you want to test this feature, then here’s how it’s done:

  1. Launch Settings and then tap Advanced Features.
  2. Touch Bixby key and select Double press to open Bixby.
  3. Enable Use single press toggle switch.
  4. Tap inside Use single press area and touch Run quick command.
  5. Tap the Plus sign at top right of screen.
  6. Give title to Quick Command.
  7. Add command.
  8. Tap Save.
  9. On new screen, select quick command.

And that’s how to remap Samsung’s Bixby button on your Samsung Galaxy S10. I hope that this how-to post has helped you one way or another. Please help us spread the word by sharing this post to your friends or people who may also have similar problems. Thanks for reading!

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