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Enable interaction control marshmallow device under accessibility settings. Interaction control customizes touch interaction areas, hardkey functions and keyboard. With interaction control, you can block areas of the screen from touch interaction. When this interaction control feature is turned on, auto rotate screen will be turned off. All calls, some app notifications, and touch interaction for the notification panel will be locked on your android phone.
To turn interaction control on or off, press and hold the home key and the volume down key at a same time. If interaction control is turned on as part of the direct access function, press the home key three times instead to turn it on or off. You can also set never block actions from power key, volume key and Keyboard settings. In this tutorial, i will show you step by step by guide to enable interaction control marshmallow device.
How to enable interaction control marshmallow 6.0
Step 1: Open “Apps” from your android phone
Step 2: Tap on “Settings” app
You can see below various options.
Step 3: Scroll down and Tap on “Accessibility”
You can see various section under accessibility settings.
Step 4: Under categories section, tap on “Dexterity and interaction”
Step 5: Tap on “Interaction control”
By default disable this feature on your android marshmallow and updated lollipop to marshmallow devices.
Step 6: Enable it on your device
You can see some of the options list on your smartphone which can not be on at the same time when interaction control is enable including Assistant menu, TalkBack, Pin windows, reduce screen size and magnification gesture.
Step 7: Press “OK” to enable it
After turn on interaction control settings under accessibility, you can set time limit to how long this feature will be on before being turned off automatically on your android phone.
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