Our Android smartphones are literally packed with sensors that provide us with some amazingly useful features like navigation, automatic screen lock, playing games with motion sensor without touching the screen. Smartphones will just be a dumb phone without these sensors. The sensors may turn against us if our smartphone is hacked, then they will be able to do a few things on your phone that you may not recognize. Luckily, Android 10 allows the users to turn off sensors in the smartphone with just a single click. Here are the steps involved in it. Check how.
Steps To Turn Off Sensors That Keep Track On Your Constantly In Your Smartphone
- First thing you need to do is enabling the developer options in your smartphone, if you already have it enabled, you can go ahead to the next step. Or if you don’t know about developer options, you can enable them by going to Settings> About Phone> Build number. Here tap 7 times on the build number option, after which you will be shown a pop-up that says you are a developer now.
- Next, go to System> Developer Options and tap to open it. You will find the developer options inside Advanced Option, or else you can also locate it by searching for it in the settings app.
- Now, inside the developer options, locate “Quick settings developer tiles” and tap on it. Here enable the toggle “sensors off”.
- Now, you will find the sensors off as a quick shortcut icon in the quick settings panel. Just tap on it to enable it whenever you need it.
You may not need this option for everyday usage, but you need to have more control over your device right! Hope you got it.