Accessibility
Device Image

Samsung Galaxy S5 Active (G870A)

Accessibility

Turn on features such as TalkBack, Hearing aid mode, and more.


ArticleINSTRUCTIONS & INFO

Prenote info

For more information about accessibility features and TTY compatibility, see AT&T Accessibility.
  1. Accessiblity features allow you to improve the usability of your device for users affected by impaired vision or hearing, cognitive difficulty, or reduced dexterity.
    device 5101/9006212_01.jpg
  2. From the home screen, swipe down from the Notification bar.
    device 5101/9006212_02.jpg
  3. Tap the Settings icon.
    device 5101/9006212_03.jpg
  4. Swipe to the Personalization section, then tap Accessibility.
    device 5101/9006212_04.jpg
  5. Tap the desired option.
    Note: For this demonstration, 'Vision' was used.
    device 5101/9006212_05.jpg
  6. Tap the desired option.
    Note: For this demonstration, 'Talk Back' was used.
    device 5101/9006212_06.jpg
  7. Tap the TalkBack on toggle to turn the feature on.
    device 5101/9006212_07.jpg
  8. Tap OK.
    device 5101/9006212_08.jpg
  9. Follow tutorial to set up TalkBack, continue by tapping NEXT.
    device 5101/9006212_09.jpg
  10. To turn TalkBack off, go to Settings > Accessibility > Vision > Talkback. Double-tap the TalkBack toggle to turn off.
    device 5101/9006212_10.jpg
  11. Double-tap OK.
    device 5101/9006212_11.jpg
  12. To turn Flash alerts/notifications on/off, from the Accessibility page, tap Hearing.
    device 5101/9006212_12.jpg
  13. Tap Flash Notfication
    device 5101/9006212_13.jpg
  14. Tap Turn ON.
    device 5101/9006212_14.jpg
  15. To turn off Flash notification, from the hearing page, tap Flash notification.
    device 5101/9006212_15.jpg

Did you get the help you needed?

Great! We're so glad we could help.

We're sorry that didn't solve your issue.

Thanks for your feedback!