I know many blind people who join zoom calls on their iPHONE preferring it to a computer. But for me, that's never been a fun experience.
I have a first-generation iPHONE SE -- I think it was the last one with a real home button. It works great with clubhouse and all other audio apps. But when I am in zoom if I move the phone or touch the screen in the wrong place the proximity sensor kicks in and the volume of both the zoom call and VoiceOver drops to almost inaudible.
How can I permanently disable the proximity sensor in zoom? Actually I'd be happy to disable it everywhere since most times when I'm making a call in public I'm somewhere loud and need all the volume the speaker can give me.
I am using the zoom app, not phoning in by calling a number. I have searched the internet in general, Apple forums and also zoom help topics. There's nothing about that annoying proximity sensor and I can't figure out why it's only an issue for me. All advice is appreciated.