How To Disable The Bixby Button On Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra?

Samsung Galaxy smartphones offer its in-house AI assistant, Bixby, which is an intelligent AI-powered technology and can perform any task that you ask for. The Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra is no different. Although Bixby is a brilliant feature that Samsung provides in its Galaxy devices, this feature is not everyone’s joy, as you might face certain difficulties while performing some tasks on your Galaxy smartphone. So, we have got you a quick guide on how you can turn off the Bixby button on your Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra.

Although Bixby has come a long way since its evolution and has improved in several aspects, it certainly still sometimes struggles with context; for example, when you ask two questions in a row, you will be provided with very tough answers. Still, Google Assistant is way better as compared to Bixby in certain scenarios, but there are a few things that Bixby does very well and provides a better and valid reason to stick with this AI assistant. 

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra: How To Disable The Bixby Button?

The Bixby Button is located right below the volume rockers on the right side of the Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra device. It also acts as a power button. You can easily activate Bixby by long-pressing the power button. Meanwhile, the Bixby feature comes enabled by default; certain users might want to disable the Bixby button on their Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra. Here’s how to do that:

  • Swipe down on your screen to open the Quick Settings panel.
  • Then click on the power icon placed at the top right corner.
  • A power menu will pop up on the screen. Just tap on the Side Key settings option at the bottom.
  • Now, you need to tap on the Press and hold option.
  • Here, you can see that the Wake Bixby option is enabled by default.
  • Click the Power off menu option below the Wake Bixby option.
  • And you are done.

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