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How to Block Accidental Touch Protection on Samsung Phones

Last Updated on January 5, 2024 by Bestusefultips

Do you want to block accidental touch protection on Samsung phones? Here’s how to turn off accidental touch protection on Samsung (One UI 6.0 & 5.1) devices. This Android accidental touch protection feature prevents the screen for a touch phone screen or another sensor button while your phone is in your bag or pocket. It keeps your screen inactive when your Samsung phone is in a dark place, so no phone calls or messages are made automatically. You can enable or disable block accidental touches on Galaxy devices using the display settings.

If you turn on accidental touch protection on your Samsung phone, you can see your phone is protected from accidental touches (Prevent unusual touches). Sometimes, you accidentally open apps or other functions even if your phone is in your pocket, reducing Samsung’s battery life.

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How to Enable or Disable Block Accidental Touch Protection on Samsung Galaxy One UI

Get rid of Accidental touch protection on your Samsung S23 series, S22 series, S21 series, or Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus, S10 & S10e devices. Because this feature is enabled, your Samsung device wakes up automatically, sometimes even in your pocket. Let’s see the steps to disable accidental touch protection.

How to Turn Off Accidental Touch Protection on Samsung S23, S23+, S23 Ultra, S22 Ultra, S22+, Galaxy Z Fold 4/3, Galaxy X Flip 4/3

Step 1: Open the app drawer on your Samsung phone.

Step 2: Tap on the Settings app.

Step 3: Tap on Display.

How to Turn Off Accidental Touch Protection Samsung

Step 4: Scroll down and toggle off Accidental touch protection.

How to Block Accidental Touches on Galaxy S9 & S9 Plus, S10, S10 Plus, S10e

Step 1: Swipe the notification panel and tap the Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Tap on Display settings.

In Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus display settings, you can see the Blue light filters, icon frames, full-screen apps, edge screen, LED indicator, Navigation bar, screen timeout, screen saver, and more. Scroll down to the end of the page to see the Android accidental touch protection in the Samsung S10 series and block accidental touch protection in the Samsung S9.

Turn off Accidental touch protection on S10 Plus

Step 3: Toggle accidental touches on/off on your Samsung.

Turn On Accidental Touch Protection on Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

Settings > Display > Toggle Accidental Touch Protection On/Off.

How to Turn Off Fingerprint Always On Samsung Galaxy Z Flip 4/Flip 3

It will prevent accidently locking your phone using your fingerprint.

Settings > Search the Fingerprint always on and tap on it > Toggle off Fingerprint Always On.

How to Turn On Samsung Touch Sensitivity (Screen Sensitivity Samsung)

Settings > Display > Toggle on Touch sensitivity.

Turn On or Turn Off Power Saving Mode Samsung Galaxy

Step 1: Swipe down the notification panel & tap on the Settings gear icon.

Step 2: Tap on Device Maintenance.

Step 3: Tap on Battery.

Here, you can use Samsung’s power saver mode and other settings. Turn on Max power saving mode on your Samsung Galaxy devices.

Step 4: Set Power saving mode from off/MID/MAX options.

It will stop unnecessary apps from using your battery while you are not using them.

Activate Performance Mode in Samsung Galaxy

Settings > Device maintenance > Performance mode > Optimized/Game/Entertainment/High-performance mode.

We hope this clarifies how to turn accidental touch protection in Samsung Galaxy on or off. Stay and connect with us for the latest technology tips and tricks. If you have any questions, please tell me in the comment box below. We’ll respond as soon as possible.

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