How To Turn Off All Sensors On Android In Just One Tap

How To Turn Off All Sensors On Android In Just One Tap

A mobile phone is now our common need in this modern world. Which help to communicate with other, there are a lot of communication apps, where you can send message make a voice call and even you can send a document, videos, and pictures, and mobile gives you an instant camera, from it you can capture your lovey movements. And these android phones are cable of different sensors.

Android smartphones ha different types of sensors, like accelerometers, gravity. gyroscope, light, linear acceleration, magnetic field, and other sensors. These sensors have the capability to vary on different devices.

But you might be don’t know these sensors can be disabled on those devices which have android 10 OS. When you toggle off the switch of the sensor it will disable all mobile sensors in no time.

This is helpful for those users who rushing towards a meeting. Where you don’t require any phone sensors in order to visible your location. If you are testing an app that might intent to act maliciously and you are afraid to use it which you gyroscopes accelerometer and magnetometer sensor. So in this situation, you can disable all your sensor in one single tap.

When you enable that option it will turn off the camera, compass, proximity sensor, gyroscope, accelerometer, barometer, and ambient light sensor. Some devices and some additional sensors which include linear acceleration sensors, gravity sensors, rotation vector sensors, and pedometer sensors these sensors will also stop. The WIFI, Cellular Network, Bluetooth, and Radio Signal will continue to work.

So here in this article, I am going to share how to Turn off Sensors on Android 10

How to Turn off All Device Sensors on Android 10

So you don’t need to install any other third-party software. It is a built-in feature that is only available in android 10. This option is available in the developer’s option where are some extra tools are available which are mostly use for android app developers. Just follows the procedure to enable that option

First of all, open your “Setting” and then tap on “My Phone” On some device where My Phone not available there will be the “About Phone” option.

Opening My Phone in Setting in Android 10
Opening My Phone in Setting in Android 10

In My Phone find “Build number”

Finding Build Number in Android 10
Finding Build Number in Android 10

Now tap On the Build number 7 times it will enable the Developer option. It will ask for your pic or any password type you set and then It will notify “You Are Now a Developer”.

Taping 7 Times To Enable Developer Option
Taping 7 Times To Enable Developer Option

After that go to “System” but on some phone Developer Option will available at the bottom of the “Setting” area.

Tap on System From Setting
Tap on System From Setting

At there you will see Developer Options tap on it.

Tapping on Developers Option In System Setting
Tapping on Developers Option In System Setting

In Developer, Option find Quick Setting Developer tiles.

Tapping On Quick Settings Developers Titles in Developers Options
Tapping On Quick Settings Developers Titles in Developers Options

At there you will “Sensors Off” toggle on.

Enabling Sensors Off Button From Quick Settings Developer Tiles
Enabling Sensors Off Button From Quick Settings Developer Tiles

Now at the top of the notification screen, you will “Sensors Off “button which is by default off you can tap on it enable.

Enabling Sensors Off Switch from System Tray
Enabling Sensors Off Switch from System Tray

That’s all. That’s how you can turn off all device sensors in one tap. I hope that you understand it well, if you have any doubt comment use below and also this amazing hidden feature with your friends.

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Abdul Moeez

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