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How to make your mouse click automatically with dwell timing in Android 12

How to make your mouse click automatically with dwell timing in Android 12

Short guide:

  1. Click the Settings  icon to open Settings. Scroll down and select Accessibility.
  2. Select Timing controls. On the next screen, click Autoclick (dwell timing)
  3. Tap Short, Medium or Long to turn dwell timing on with the specified delay.
  4. If you’d rather set your own delay, choose Custom and drag the slider to set a new delay time. 

Before and after

Android 12 with dwell timing set to off and set to medium

This section explains how to use dwell timing with a mouse in Android 12. This is a step-by-step guide with pictures of the screens to help.

Open the Accessibility settings

1. Click the Settings  icon on your home screen or in your app tray to open Settings. Scroll down and select Accessibility.

Open Settings and select Accessibility

Find the Autoclick (dwell timing) control

2. Scroll down to the Interaction Controls section and select Timing controls. On the next screen, click Autoclick (dwell timing).

Click Timing controls then Autoclick (dwell timing)

Enable dwell timing

3. Tap Short, Medium or Long to turn dwell timing on with the specified delay. On Short, for example, the mouse will ‘click’ automatically after 0.2 seconds of the motion stopping.

Tap Short, Medium or Long to activate dwell timing

Set a custom delay

4. If you’d rather set your own delay, choose Custom and drag the slider to set a new delay time. You can choose any period between 0.2 seconds and 1 second.

Select Custom and adjust the delay with the slider

Note: We have written these instructions for devices running the standard version of the Android operating system. You may find some minor presentation differences if the manufacturer has customised the theme.

Created on: November-30-2021

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