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Right now, Android is the user-friendly operating system and is loved by most of the users over the world when compared to Apple's iOS. Every year Google is constantly releasing updates to the OS and those bring a lot of new features along with some security fixes as well.
One of the security fixes added in Marshmallow is the 'Screen Overlay Detected'. Several users online reported that they are facing this issue, which is especially due to some malicious app installed on your phone. Here's the complete guide to solve the issue.
What is the Actual Reason?
This popup mainly occurs whenever you're running a floating app and suddenly switches to a newly installed application and that application requires access rights to use over the already opened floating application.
Which Smartphones Are Affected
So, this error mainly occurs in most of the stock Android phones such as the Motorola. However, we even faced this issue on a Samsung smartphone as well.
How to Fix the Issue?
If you're using a stock Android phone like Motorola, the follow this simple fix. Open the Settings app and enter the term 'draw' in the search bar. Now, click on 'Draw over other apps' and select the gear icon the top and tap on draw over other apps.
Which Apps are Causing this Issue?
The major cause for this issue is from the side of some security apps such as the clean master, etc. If you're using those applications remove them to stay away from these type of errors.
Another quick fix for this issue is to reboot your smartphone and you can see that the error will be resolved.