How do I get rid of double tap on IPAD?

Answered by Willian Lymon

To disable the double tap feature on your iPad, follow these steps:

1. Open the Settings app on your iPad. It can usually be found on your home screen.
2. Scroll down and tap on the “Accessibility” option. This is where you can customize various settings to make your device more accessible.
3. In the Accessibility menu, you may need to scroll down again to find the “Touch” option. Tap on it to access the touch-related settings.
4. Look for the “AssistiveTouch” option and tap on it. This feature provides a virtual on-screen button that can perform various actions when tapped.
5. Once you’re in the AssistiveTouch settings, you’ll see a toggle switch at the top. Tap on it to turn AssistiveTouch on if it’s not already enabled.
6. Now, scroll down until you find the “Double Tap” option. This is where you can customize what action is performed when you double tap the AssistiveTouch button.
7. Tap on the “Double Tap” option, and you’ll be presented with a list of actions you can choose from. Scroll through the list and select the “Custom” option.
8. In the custom actions menu, select the action you want to assign to the double tap gesture. If you want to completely disable it, choose the “Off” option.
9. Once you’ve made your selection, exit the Settings app by pressing the home button or swiping up from the bottom gesture area, depending on your iPad model.

Now, the double tap gesture on your iPad should be disabled. Keep in mind that the exact steps and menu names may vary slightly depending on your iPad model and the version of iOS you’re using.