The green dot on an Android phone typically indicates that the camera is in use or active. To turn off the green dot on your Android phone, you can follow these general steps:
Check for camera-using apps: The green dot usually appears when an app is actively using the camera. Review the recently used apps or notifications to identify which app might be using the camera.
Close camera-using apps: Close or exit any apps that might be using the camera. This can be done by swiping them away from the recent apps list or force-stopping them in the app settings.
Disable camera permissions: If the green dot persists, you can check the app permissions for each app on your phone and revoke camera access for apps that don't require it. Here's how to do it:
a. Open the "Settings" app on your Android phone.
b. Scroll down and select "Apps" or "Applications," depending on your device.
c. Locate the app for which you want to disable camera access and tap on it.
d. In the app settings, look for the "Permissions" or "Permissions Manager" option.
e. Find the "Camera" permission and toggle it off to disable camera access for that particular app.
f. Repeat these steps for other apps as needed.
You may minimize or disable the green dot on your Android phone by following these steps.