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How do I enable the active call widget on my Android device?

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Circuit can show a floating, draggable widget when you are leaving the in-call screen on your Android device. The widget looks like a bubble and it shows the conversation avatar. Tapping it will open a menu with the following call control options:
  • Get back to call

  • Mute or unmute your microphone

  • Turn speaker on or off

  • End call.

There are two different ways to enable the active call widget on your Android device:

  • The first time you participate in a call, you will be prompted to give permission to Circuit to draw over other apps. On the pop-up window, tap Enable. Then, on the Apps that can draw over other apps screen, switch the Permit drawing over other apps slider to ON.

  • Navigate to Settings and switch the Active call widget to ON (green). If you have not yet allowed Circuit to draw over other apps, you need to do so. Just switch the Permit drawing over other apps slider to ON on the Apps that can draw over other apps screen that appears.

You can disable the active call widget at any moment by navigating to Settings and switching the Active call widget to OFF (gray).

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