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Rachelgomez123In 99% of cases, you won't find this in Settings.
Ways to fix-
After Screen Replacement
As I mentioned above that Most Mobile Phone Repairing Technicians will use some kind of Glue or Tape while Screen Replacement. Ask the technician to check the Sensor Connector to the Main PCB and also Check if some Glue or Tape or Paint is Blocking the Sensor. Remove any such thing to Fix the Issue.
If you just installed a Screen Protector Glass before the Sensor Problem Occurred, make sure the Glass is for your Model and is Installed Properly. Also make sure that the Back cover of the iPhone is Not Covering the Sensor.
No Screen Replacement and Still the Problem
Restart the Phone
Go To “Call Setting“. In Most Android Smartphones, you will Find the “Call Setting” Option by Pressing the Dealer. In some Brands and Models, you may find the Option in Setting.
Select “Incoming Call Settings”
Incoming Call Settings
Torn ON the “Proximity Sensor” Option
Turn ON Proximity Sensor Option
in 99% of the Cases, this will Solve and Fix the Problem.
But in Case if the Problem is Not Solved then Soft Reset the Phone and Check.
If the Problem is Still Not Solved then Flash the Software.