Android devices come with the emergency call button. It appears on the lock screen if the screen lock is a pin, password, or pattern.
At emergency circumstances, you can use this dialer to call emergency numbers (for instance: 911). It is beneficial.
But there is a possibility that anyone can use your phone’s emergency call screen (without unlocking device) or accidentally dialing to emergency numbers.
By default, Android doesn’t have an option to remove it from the lock screen.
But, if you want to get rid of the emergency call button, then you can do it with the help of apps or modules on Android.
In this post, we will see two different methods to remove it from Android. Let’s get started.
Remove Emergency Call Button from Android Lock Screen
For Rooted and Non-Rooted Devices
If you have a non-rooted Android device, then you need to use lock screen apps to remove it from the lock screen.
You can install the CM Locker to remove the emergency button from the lock screen.
Here are some other alternatives to try:
For Rooted Devices Only
You don’t have to install any apps to take off the emergency call button on the rooted devices.
You can achieve it with the help of the Xposed installer and GravityBox module. Here are the steps:
Install GravityBox for your Android version.
You can download and install it from the Xposed installer by going to the “Download” section.
Search for the GravityBox and install it.
After you installed, activate the GravityBox from the “Modules” section.
Reboot the phone.
Open the GravityBox and navigate to the “Lockscreen tweaks” section.
Enable the “Disable emergency call button” option at the bottom.