How to prevent the video calls from going through your phone’s camera?
Video calls on Android are a new phenomenon that’s been gaining popularity.
It’s one of the most popular apps on smartphones and is the reason why most people still use their phones for socializing and chatting.
But what if your smartphone isn’t designed to support video calls?
If you have a phone that doesn’t support video call, you can turn off the feature.
If you do this, you’ll need to turn off video call in settings, or set a time limit for when the feature will be enabled.
To do this and turn off your video call feature, head to Settings > Video Calls > Turn off video calls.
The video call option can be turned off by default on your phone, but you can also turn it on by going into the Settings app and selecting About Phone, tapping Video Calls, and then tapping Turn Off Video Calls.
Video calls can still be sent through your smartphone camera, but they can only be seen by your friend or family members, so you can’t call them to make sure you’re OK.
If your phone doesn’t have video call support, you’re going to need to be aware of the app’s settings.
The app allows you to set the video call time limit, which you can set from 10 minutes to 24 hours.
Once you set the time limit and the time, you won’t be able to send video calls again.
If the time is set too low, the phone will stop accepting video calls and you’ll get an error message telling you that your call is being rejected.
If you do have video calls, you need to make a call before your call time expires.
To turn off a video call that has been set to expire after 10 minutes, go into the Video Calls app and tap Stop Video Calls on your video calls or Turn Off video calls on video calls to see the list of available video calls that have expired.