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Topic # 191095 23-Jan-2016 12:16
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How do I turn this annoying feature of please.

 

Done some searches but nothing comes up of any use ?


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  Reply # 1477320 23-Jan-2016 13:33
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I have only seen that on budget phones without a proximity sensor so that its not triggered by your cheek when on a call. Does the Ace 4 have a proximity sensor?





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  Reply # 1477339 23-Jan-2016 14:02
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I have only seen that on budget phones without a proximity sensor so that its not triggered by your cheek when on a call. Does the Ace 4 have a proximity sensor?

 

 

Sorry no idea what a proximity sensor is and how to use it ?


 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1477342 23-Jan-2016 14:07
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Its the sensor at the top by the speaker that turns the screen off when you are on a call and it senses your ear. Without it your cheek or ear will push things on the screen which is why without it they make the do something annoying to unlock thing when on a call without being on speakerphone.





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  Reply # 1477344 23-Jan-2016 14:30
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Okay that sounds good......all I want to know is how to turn of the double tap to unlock while in call mode ?

 

 

 

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  Reply # 1477347 23-Jan-2016 14:38
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No idea, but try looking in call settings. Or display settings.




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  Reply # 1477367 23-Jan-2016 15:23
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Is it not in the accessibility settings?





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