To get rid of split screen on an Android phone, you can follow these steps:
Navigate to the split screen view: Swipe up from the bottom of the screen to access the Recent Apps or Overview screen. This is where you can see the list of your recently used apps or active app windows.
Identify the split screen: Look for the app window that is taking up half of the screen. It will usually have a divider in the middle.
Exit split screen: Depending on your device and Android version, there are a few different ways to exit split screen:
Method 1: Tap and hold the app's title bar at the top of the window and drag it to the top or bottom of the screen until it occupies the entire screen. The split screen view should automatically close, and the app will now be in full-screen mode.
Method 2: On some devices, you may see a small rectangular button or an icon with two overlapping squares at the top of the app window. Tap on it to exit the split screen and return to full-screen mode.
Method 3: Some devices have a dedicated split screen button in the navigation bar. It could be a square or a recent apps button. Tap on it to exit the split screen.
Adjust settings (optional): If you want to disable split screen multitasking altogether, you can adjust the settings on your Android device. The exact steps may vary depending on your device and Android version, but generally, you can go to "Settings," then "Display" or "Multitasking," and look for options related to split screen or multi-window mode. Disable the feature if you prefer not to use it.