I have LG G3, now running on Android Marshmallow. Prior to Marshmallow, I had this setting under Settings - Gestures. Now, I can't find it on Marshmallow.

Did LG remove it? If not, where is it?


The features are still there, LG only moved the settings to other place.

From a post by jtrvk on XDA Forum,

The gesture settings regarding calls have been moved to main phone
Settings - Call - scroll down to Gesture

For smart screen gesture, that setting is now listed under Display

  • Sorry, but "gestures" doesn't appear in either of those places, at least on my phone. I have checked every single setting, and no "gestures". – jen2440 Mar 24 '16 at 10:15
  • I see.. Sorry, I'm not sure if I can help you further since I don't have the device. Hopefully someone else can solve this. – Andrew T. Mar 24 '16 at 10:21

Just found the answer to the "...by putting the phone to your ear" setting on my LG G3. It wasn't in the general settings. I opened the phone icon on the home screen and then opened the menu in the right hand corner → Call Settings. The options for answering the phone with the gestures were there.

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