Android allows you to freely choose smartphones from various manufacturers.
Among them, Xiaomi (small rice) has recently been attracting attention for its good cost performance.
Some models can be purchased for less than 20,000 yen with decent specs.
I bought Xiaomi's low-cost smartphone Redmi 9T (64GB) the other day.
Xiaomi Redmi 9T
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But when I start Redmi 9T, there is a problem.
The navigation at the bottom of the Android screen is displayed as follows.
|■ ● ←
The position of the back button is reversed.
The order of familiarity
This is reversed in Redmi 9T.
It's mistakes if the button isn't in a familiar position.
I want to return to the normal layout somehow.
So today, I will explain How to reverse the back button on Xiaomi's Redmi 9T.
How to get the back button reversed on Xiaomi's Redmi 9T
How to reverse the back button on Xiaomi's Redmi 9T, it can be fixed from settings.
First, open Android's "Settings" and click "Additional Settings" in the menu.
|Redmi 9T Settings → Additional Settings
Then select "Full Screen" from the additional settings menu.
|Additional Settings→Full screen
3Unset mirror button
There is a setting called "mirror button" in the menu of full screen display.
For some reason, this "mirror button" setting is ON by default, so Cancel immediately
|Redmi 9T full screen → mirror button
4Back button is uninverted
When you cancel the setting of the mirror button, the position of the back button returns to its original position.
|← ● ■
Today, I explained about How to reverse the back button on Xiaomi's Redmi 9T.
To restore the reversed back button on Xiaomi's Redmi 9T, you can restore it by removing the mirror button setting from settings.
By the way, the reason why the position of the back button is reversed is due to Xiaomi's own Android customization "MIUI".
MIUI is based on Android Open Source Project and serves as the basis for other operating systems created by Xiaomi: MIUI for POCO, MIUI for Pad, MIUI for Watch, and MIUI for TV (PatchWall).
Reference: MIUI - Wikipedia