On smartphones that work on the version of the operating system Android 6.0 Marshmallow and higher, there is a curious
Fortunately, it is quite easy to fix, of course, if you know how to do it. We will explain how to disable overlays in Android 6.0 Marshmallow.
The latest version of the operating system Android 6.Marshmallow and Android 7.0 Nougat allow some applications to run on top of other applications. For example, you can use the Viber messenger on top of the Google Chrome browser, thereby quickly responding to the messages of your interlocutor and not be distracted from reading the news.
Unfortunately, not everything works as smoothly asI would like to. If an application requests permission for an action, then Android may not provide it if the overlay works. Thus, an “Overlap Detected” error occurs.
If the cause of the error is clear, now let's find out how to disable overlays in Android.
Disable overlays in the clean version of Android
If you are using a “clean” version of Android, you need to pull the notification bar twice and click on the gear icon.
After that, scroll down the screen and go to the "Applications" section. Click on the gear icon in the upper right corner.
In this menu you will find the option "On Top of Other Applications". Open each application and disable overlays.
Disable overlay in Android on Samsung
And again open the notification panel and click on the gear. After that, go to the "Applications".
Next, select "Application Manager", then click on "Advanced" in the upper right corner.
You will see several options. Select the option "Applications that may appear on top." With a simple switch, you can disable overlays for all or some of the applications.
Disable Android Overlays on LG
Again, open the notification panel, andgo to the Settings menu by clicking on the gear. After that, go to the "Applications". As you noticed, this procedure is similar for all Android devices.
Then click on the three dots in the upper right corner and select "Application Settings".
In the new menu, you will see an option called “Over the Top of Other Applications”. Click on it, and select the applications for which you want to disable overlay in Android.