Automatic click

Note: Some of these steps work only on Android 7.0 and up. Learn how to check your Android version.

If you use a mouse with your Android, you can set your device to click automatically when the mouse cursor stops moving for a certain amount of time. This feature can be helpful for users with motor impairments.

Step 1: Connect a mouse to your Android device

To use automatic click, attach a mouse to your Android device using Bluetooth or USB. Check your device instructions for details, such as these steps for connecting Nexus devices.

Step 2: Turn on automatic click

Go to Settings and then Accessibility and then Click after pointer stops moving.

Optional: Adjust the delay before click. This setting controls the amount of time between when you stop moving the mouse and when the automatic click happens.

Step 3: Use automatic click

  1. Move the mouse to the place you want to click
  2. Stop moving the mouse
  3. The click happens automatically