As we know, sensors are very important hardware of your devices. With the help of these sensors, users can do lots of things on their smartphones. Nowadays every smartphone has these sensors and most of them are very useful in your daily usages. Some of the main sensors that are available in most of the smartphones are Accelerometer, Gyroscope, Light Sensor, Proximity Sensor, etc
These sensors are activated on your smartphones all the time and do lots of things for you. However, nothing is perfect, some sensors like gyroscope, accelerometer, and magnetometer allow hackers to track your location. Sometimes any sensor of your device is not working properly and that gives you trouble as well.
So that is why most of the users want to disable the sensors of their device. In Android 10 users get an option to disable all the sensors of their smartphones from the settings. So below we will show you the steps that will guide you on how to disable all device sensors on Android 10.
Disable Sensors On Android 10
There is an option in the settings that allows users to turn off all the sensors of your Android 10 device. It will turn off many pf the sensor like the proximity sensor, gyroscope, accelerometer, camera, barometer, compass, and the ambient light sensor. So before you enable that option from settings you need to keep in mind that these are the sensors that will be disabled from your device. However, the Wifi, Bluetooth, GPS and radio signals will work properly. If you want to disable them then use the notification panel of your device and turn off from there. So if you have made your mind then follow the below methods.
Turn On USB Debugging
- First, go to the Settings of your smartphone.
- Then scroll down to the end and click on the About phone option.
- Now go to the Software information and tap on Build Number 7 times. After tapping 7 times, you will see the toast message that Developer Options has been enabled successfully.
- After that, go back to the Settings main page and scroll down at the end you will see the Developer Options.
- Click on it, and enable the Developer Options by toggle Off to On available at the top.
- Now locate the Debugging section and enable the USB Debugging option from there.
This is how you can Enable or Turn On USB Debugging on your Android 10 devices. After you have enabled the USB Debugging now its time to tell you how to turn off all the device sensors on Android 10.
Disable Sensor Toggle on Android 10
To do that, follow the steps that are mentioned below:
- Go to the Developer Options which you have enabled recently enabled in the above method.
- Then go to the Quick Settings Developer Tiles option.
- From there, enable Sensors Off toggle.
- After that, go to your Notifications Panel and click on Sensors Off.
This is how users can turn off all the sensors in Android 10 devices. You do not need any third-party tool to disable sensors as you do in the previous Android versions.
We hope that this guide will help you on how to Disable All Device Sensors on Android 10. If you have any questions or want to give suggestions then feel free to contact us in the comment section below.