Saturday, July 31, 2021

How to disable accidental touches on your Samsung smartphone

Samsung with an edge screen also accesses and sets up App Pair, which allows users to open two apps at the same time. This is beneficial if you find you use two apps together frequently.

Similarly, it could be embarrassing if you accidentally called someone or sent a message while your phone was in your pocket or bag. But no more embarrassment is yours since your phone already has a feature to prevent that pocket dialing.

Check out what you can do to keep your screen inactive and keep it safe from any accidental screen touches.

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Before you try out the below tips as to your solutions, be sure to check if your device’s software and related apps are updated with the latest version. Please check how to update your mobile device’s software in the following order.

  • Go to Settings > Software update.
  • Tap on Download and install.
  • Follow the on-screen instructions.

How to turn on Accidental touch protection

  • Go to Settings > tap Display.
  • Tap the switch next to Accidental touch protection to turn the feature on.

How to turn off Fingerprint Always On on the Galaxy Z Flip

On Galaxy Z Flip, there is a way to avoid accidental fingerprint touches by turning off the ‘Fingerprint always on’ setting.

  • Navigate to and open Settings.
  • Search for and select Fingerprint always on.
  • If you already have a fingerprint saved, disable this feature by tapping the switch next to Fingerprint always on.
Mohit Bharti
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Mohit likes to keep silent in his workspace to always focus on improving his ability to understand new topics. He has his way of living life and his interest in Samsung lead him to become a Samsung enthusiast and writer at Sammy Fans.

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