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Accidental touch protection in Routines

(Topic created on: 02-17-2024 08:35 PM)
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NAKHLAWI
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Galaxy S
Hi tem, why the Accidental Touch Protection is not Available in routine for "Then" option ?
For exemple, I wanna automate something using the Modes & Routines. I WANT the Accidental touch protection to be turned on when I open an app, but it's not available, unfortunately, is there any fix fir this #Samsung 


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Samsung_specialist
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Galaxy S

Accidental Touch Protection is Available by following below steps :

From Settings, search for and select Accidental touch protection. Tap the switch next to Accidental touch protection to turn this feature on. Now you can have peace of mind throughout the day.

To Create a custom routine:
Navigate to and open Modes and Routines, and then tap the Routines tab. Tap Add (the plus sign).

Tap the sentence under If. Tap an item on the list of possible triggers. Each trigger will have additional options and instructions.

Once you've set up the trigger, tap the sentence under Then. Tap a category for the action you'd like to perform, and then tap the action you'd like to perform. Many actions will have additional options and settings.

When your trigger and action are set up, tap Save. You can set a name for your custom routine, as well as an icon and color that will be displayed on the Routines tab. Then, tap Done.

Depending on the routine you just set up, you may be prompted to add its widget to your Home screen. Tap Add on the pop-up if desired.

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