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Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Enable or Disable Auto Screen Off During Calls

Huge screen and many features owned by Samsung Galaxy SIII sometimes should pay with more battery consumption. Due to this reason, the most common problem experienced by the user is poor battery life. Fortunately, this phone was comes with an extended battery that will allow the user to replace it with the new one when it has a problem or broken.

See also: How to Insert or Remove Battery on Samsung Galaxy S3

Another thing that you can also do to avoid poor battery life is by saving more battery consumption. One of which is by turning the screen automatically off during calls. This of course will save you more battery consumption and help you to prolong your battery life.


How to turn on auto screen off during calls?
You can enable this option by following the steps below:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap the Menu key.
  4. On pop up menu select Call settings.
  5. Tap Auto screen off during calls option to enable this option. When the checkbox next to this option is ticked means this option is selected.
  6. Tap Home button to return to Home screen.
  7. Finish. Now your phone's screen will automatically off during calls.

How to turn off auto screen off during calls?
For any reason, you may want to disable this option to make your screen stay on while you on call. To do so kindly following the steps below:
  1. Go to Apps through Home screen.
  2. Tap Phone.
  3. Tap the Menu key.
  4. On pop up menu select Call settings.
  5. Tap Auto screen off during calls option to disable this option. When the checkbox next to this option is unticked means this option is disabled.
  6. Tap Home button to return to Home screen.
  7. Finish. Now your phone's screen will stay on during calls.

Well, by knowing on how to set auto screen off during calls, now you can set it according to your needs and conditions. If you want to save more battery consumption, then turn this option on. While if not, you can turn this option off. So, try this tips then share your experience here through the comment below :)

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    1. Hi Saraso,
      Thanks for coming.
      I'm so glad to know that this article is useful for you :)

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  2. i cant find the call setting button...

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    1. Hi 黃逸曦,
      Thanks for coming.
      While you're in the Phone apps, tap the Menu key (in the left side of the Home key) then select Call settings.
      Hope this helps :)

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    1. Hi Suraj Ghosh,
      Thanks for coming and I'm sorry for so late answer.
      If you have enabled "turn off screen during calls" option but the screen is still keep on, then try the following steps to fix your issue:
      1. Try investigating whether you have installed an app that will keep the screen to stay on when certain app is running, e.g: Stay Alive! Keep screen awake app, Keep Screen On app, etc. If any, uninstall the app.
      2. Try disabling and then re-enabling "turn off screen during calls" option in the Phone app settings. If needed, you can try restarting your phone.

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  4. Use "Screen On Call" app to keep screen on during call. There is no need to turn proximity sensor off. It will keep working and if you move you phone to your ear, screen will go off, but if you keep it on the table or away from any blocking objects, screen will stay on, so you will be able to use keypad to punch more numbers or for whatever reason you want screen to stay on.

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    1. Hi Oleg Vorkunov,
      Thanks for coming and share this useful information here. I really appreciate it :)

      Delete

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