Your display Xiaomi should automatically turn off when you make a call or when you hold the device to your ear. If you have a problem with this aspect, it may help sensor proximity calibration. And this calibration is very simple, we will approach the procedure in a few steps, in our instructions today.
Proximity sensor calibration on Xiaomi smartphone
Some users of Xiaomi devices have experienced problems turning off the smartphone display when zooming in when making a call. This can be caused by slow response, misuse, but software from the manufacturer may also be to blame. A simple calibration of a part of your device called a help can help proximity sensor.
Failure of the screen, late turning off or, conversely, premature lighting of the screen, these are just some examples of errors that the proximity sensor can cause. You will notice its malfunction, especially during phone calls or accidental, unwanted screen touches.
Before we begin, for proximity sensor it is important to have direct access through the screen to be able to respond properly. Make sure you use high-quality protective glass that is designed directly for your smartphone. It is cheaper, ie unofficial or universal glasses, that can cause this sensor to become impermeable due to light transmission.
Instructions in a few simple steps
- However, let's move on to the calibration itself. Here are the steps you need to take:
- Click on "Settings" of your smartphone and then on "About phone" and "All details"
- After a few clicks on "Kernel Version", a screen called "CIT" will appear. This is a hardware test offer from the manufacturer
- This offer contains various tests, but we need a test to solve the problem with the proximity sensor. It's called simply - "Proximity sensor"
- After clicking on this test, follow the instructions on the screen. Simulate call pickup and see if the value is at level 5.0.
- You can mark the test result with the "Pass" or "Fail" button, depending on the result. Calibration is complete and you can repeat the test if necessary.
This test should help you with a sensor proximity problem. If your problem persists, it may be another software problem, especially if you are using your own, alternative ROM. An alternative is to replace the ROM. If you are using standard software from the manufacturer, one of the following updates may be helpful.
In rare cases, there may also be a hardware problem with your device. If your smartphone is under warranty, we recommend contacting the seller, who should resolve the situation through a complaint.
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