When I call with the smartphone (HTC one M7) I often click the screen with the cheek.
I have notice that on Samsung Galaxy tab 8.0 when I call is there an option that disable the touch. Is it possible to import/install this feature also on HTC One?
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You're looking for "proximity sensor" settings. If your proximity sensor is enabled and your screen doesn't go black when the phone is to your ear, the sensor (looks like a tiny camera lens, usually in the upper screen frame) may be covered by a screen protector or case, or may have failed. If you can't find proximity sensor settings, your provider's tech support should be able to help.
I had this problem, used the #0# thing to test the proximity sensor, it seemed to be fine (screen went green whenever my hand got close to the screen). Went to phone -> setting -> call and disabled the "turn off screen during calls" thing, power off, removed the battery, blew into every hole I could find, reinstalled the battery, powered on, went back and re-enabled the "turn off screen during calls" thing and now it works. Go figure.