How To Disable Screen Touch Function On Android Samsung S4

By | August 15, 2016

Today we’re going to review a fantastic feature of Android Samsung S4 about Screen Touch Function that how to prevent/disable screen from accidental touches without any application.


Let’s get started,

Interaction Control Android Feature Review

Have you ever passed on Interaction Control feature on your smartphone but didn’t know that what it is? If so then, Interaction Control is a fantastic feature that disables your smartphone screen touch function.

Using this feature you can block some part of the screen or the entire screen of your Samsung S4 and which helps prevent your phone from accidental touches when you watch tv or browse online or do something else.

How To Find & Use This Feature?

In your Samsung S4, go to setting, My device, find Accessibility & open it, now scroll down till you see Interaction Control feature.

To use this feature, Enable it but (Remember: It doesn’t work if you’re on the home screen of your phone, You can use it on your browsers or other apps but not on home screen.)

Once it is enabled, Press and hold the home key and the volume down key at the same time to turn this function on. You’ll be seeing a window like a screenshot you see below.


Now select the area you want to block touch function on or block the whole screen by enabling the option which you can see in the screenshot above.

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When the area is selected, Click Next and then click Done to block the screen you’ve selected. Look at the screenshot.


Note: If you’ve turned this feature on & disabled the screen touch function then you won’t be able to turn this function off by clicking the back key or Home key of your phone. What??? Just Press & Hold The Home Key & the Volume Down key. 🙂

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