OnePlus 5T owners have previously had to look for community created methods of disabling the software navigation bar and replacing it with gestures. The Open Beta 3 update has just added OnePlus 5T OxygenOS gestures and they will likely make it into the stable update soon.
Some people aren’t a fan of the new software navigation buttons used on the OnePlus 5T. I did some research recently and came up with a step by step tutorial that will shows you how to replace the OnePlus 5T software navbar with simple gesture controls.
If you have Magisk installed as your root method then you likely prefer things done in a systemless way. With Xposed Framework now available for Oreo, this tutorial will show you how to install systemless xposed on the OnePlus 5 and OnePlus 5T.
Previous OnePlus smartphone owners are used to hardware navigation buttons but the OnePlus 5T has switched to a software solution. If, like me, you aren’t a fan of this then follow the steps of this tutorial and I will show you how to disable the OnePlus 5T navbar.
OnePlus offers an Open Beta program for both the OnePlus 5 as well as the OnePlus 5T and since these require special steps to switch to, you can follow this detailed tutorial below to install it with the stock recovery.