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Juned posted a topic in Off TopicNowadays many Android users are facing annoying Screen Overlay Detected popups on their device and here are few methods to tackle this issue on Android To get rid of screen overlay detected popups on Android either you can apply one of two solution Solution 1: Turn off screen overlay of all apps including system apps This solution to turn off screen overlay of all apps including system apps will surely work for everyone, but one drawback is further you won't be able to use screen overlay feature of all apps, there are some important apps whose active screen overlay is really helpful like messenger chat head, if you want to use chat head feature then you can manually turn on screen overlay of messenger Follow this steps to turn off screen overlay of all apps: Open Settings Click on Apps Settings Click on Three Dots on top right corner Tap on Draw Over Other Apps Again Click on Three Dots Tap on Show System Apps Now list of all apps with active screen overlay will appear Now turn off screen overlay of all apps one by one Restart your device Once you turn off screen overlay of all apps then screen overlay detected popup would no longer appear on your device.As I said if you want to use Chat Head feature then you can manually turn on screen overlay of the Messenger. Solution 2: Disable / Uninstall / Force Stop few Apps Screen Overlay is mainly used by some apps such as ES File Explorer, DU Apps, 360 Security App, Night Mode Apps Temporarily disabling this few installed apps on your device might work for you guys. So these are main working solutions, but if Screen Overlay Detected is still appearing on your device then you can refer to more solutions from below: How to turn off Screen Overlay on Android