Turn On Accidental Touch Protection- How Do I Enable Accidental Touch Protection In Samsung One UI?
When your phone is in a dark place, such as a pocket or bag, the Accidental Touch Protection protects it from unintentional and accidental touches.
You can toggle it on or off based on your preferences.
It is, however, recommended that you enable the Accidental Touch Protection feature on your Android One UI.
The tutorial that follows will assist you in doing so.
Turn On Accidental Touch Protection -What Is Accidental Touch Protection?
Accidental touches can occur in a dark place, such as your bag, pocket, or purse,
when your phone touches something, it can easily be activated causing it to respond to stimulus.
Or if it comes into contact with something and becomes activated by mistake.
Accidental touch protection is a unique feature that protects your device from wasting battery power.
However, this feature in Samsung devices is intelligent in determining that when they are in a dark place, no such accidental touch can activate the phone.
Problems with unintentional touch protection
There are two types of issues that can arise when using this feature.
For starters, if they disable the app on their phone, accidental touches in their bags, pockets, or purses launch the apps automatically or, worse, dial random numbers!
The second group of people includes those who have enabled the features but have had problems unlocking their phones when they are in a dark or poorly lit area.
If you are either of these people, this article is for you. Continue reading to learn how to enable or disable this feature on your phone.
How to Enable Accidental Touch Protection in the Android One UI Phone.
If you have followed the steps above, anytime your Android One UI is in a dark place, such as a pocket or bag, the screen will no longer respond to any accidental touches.
Keep in mind that this feature is not perfect and may not work 100% of the time.
Even after enabling the accidental touch protection, my Android One UI screen still registers touches, and opens apps by accident, in my pocket.
Perhaps a ray of light enters my pocket and allows for the unintentional touches.
Test it out on your own and see how it goes
How To Turn Off /Disable Accidental Touch Protection
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
1. Despite turning it on accidental touch protection, my phone is still activated.
You can try locking the phone before placing it in a dark place to ensure that this is properly activated.
After activating Accidental touch protection, my device must be unlocked using the lock button when I am in a dark/dim environment.
You can set your device’s brightness to automatic mode.
2. When I try to enable Accidental touch protection, my phone freezes.
There haven’t been many reports of glitches or bugs with this feature in the past.
A simple reboot may be all that is required to resolve your problem.
If your problem persists, you can attempt to report the bug.
Check that your device is running the most recent OS update and that all apps and features are up to date.
If the issue is causing your phone to lag significantly, you can try disabling the feature by following the steps outlined above.
If you still want to use this feature but are experiencing significant lag, you should consider performing a factory reset because there may be a problem with the software.
Remember to make an online backup of your device ahead of time.
Accidental touch protection is a very useful feature that not only saves your phone’s battery but also keeps it from being used accidentally!
We strongly advise you to enable this fantastic feature available on Samsung Smartphones!
I hope this has helped to answer your question about how to enable/disable Accidental Touch Protection and resolve any issues that may have arisen.
If you continue to encounter problems, please leave a comment and explain your situation; we will do our best to respond and assist you in resolving your problem.