5 Easy Ways to Turn Off Phone without Power Button (Android)

There is no need for a tutorial to turn off your Android smartphone. Everyone knows that pressing and holding the power button for a few seconds will turn off your smartphone. In this tutorial, we will demonstrate five different ways to turn off your phone without a power button.

There might be times when the power button of your smartphone may become unresponsive or may stop working due to some accidental damage. Such a situation may arise where you might want to turn off your phone without a power button.

5 Easy Ways to Turn Off Phone without Power Button (Android)

5 Easy Ways to Turn Off Phone without Power Button (Android)

If that power button is not functioning, then the only fix for that is to replace the hardware of the phone. Till then, you can follow these methods to turn off your Android device.

Method 1: Using the Settings options to turn off your device

Yes, you can turn off your device by using the power-off feature on your Android. You can control everything on your phone using settings. As smartphone companies use their own themes or UI for their smartphones, finding this setting can be difficult. But you can always find this option on the Android phone.

  • Open Settings. Search for “Power Off” and tap on it. Depending on the smartphone, the Turn Off option may be referred to as Switch Off, or the Switch Off option may be referred to as Turn Off.
  • Power Off main settings will open up. Tap on the Power Off option to turn your device off.

Method 2: Schedule your device to power off

Yes. If you have an Android device, you can schedule it to turn off at a certain time. For people who want to preserve some battery power, this feature is very helpful. Below are the steps.

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  • Open the settings of your Android device. Search for “Schedule Power Off” in the setting
    5 Easy Ways to Turn Off Phone without Power Button (Android)
  • Tap on the scheduled power on/off. Schedule the time to turn off your device

Method 3: Using the Accessibility Features

You can turn off your Android device using the accessibility feature. These days, almost every mobile phone has an accessibility feature. It is like the assistive touch of the iPhone. Here is how you can enable the accessibility features.

  • Tap on Settings. Search for accessibility in the settings options.
  • Turn on the accessibility menu shortcut.
  • Tap on the accessibility floating menu and tap on the power option.
  • Power off your device.

Method 4: Using third-party applications to turn off your device

There are third-party applications to turn your device off. They will ask you for accessibility permission, and thereafter they can be used to shut down your device. Power Menu is an application which can help you power off your device without using the power button.

  • Download and install the “Power Menu” from the playstore.
  • Now the app will ask for accessibility permission. Tap on the take me to the settings option.
  • Allow accessibility permission. Now in the app, open the power menu and turn off your device.

Method 5: Program a different button to turn off your device

If your other buttons are working fine, and only your power button is damaged. You can program other buttons to be used as your power button if you don’t use them frequently. There is an app called the Button Mapper application which will remap your physical buttons’ functions.

  • Download and install the Button Mapper application from the playstore.
  • Open the application and grant accessibility permission.
  • Now in the remapper application, toggle on the service.
  • Press the “ADD” icon in the right hand corner and remap your physical buttons.
  • Select the action of the selected button to Power Menu and select Ok
  • Now your selected physical button can be used as a power button without using the actual power button.

Conclusion

To conclude, this article’s sole purpose was to show you how to turn off your device without using the power button. However, using these techniques to turn on your Android device will not work. Those methods are separate. There are additional methods besides these five for turning off your device without pressing the power button. We have listed out the ways that you will find easy to implement.

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