Accessibility features improve the usability of your device for users with impaired vision or hearing, cognitive difficulty, or reduced dexterity.


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For more information about accessibility features and TTY compatibility, see AT&T Accessibility.

In this tutorial, you will learn how to: 

• Access accessibility features
• Turn on/off flash notifications
• Enable/disable accessibility shortcuts
• Access and edit Text-to-speech

Access accessibility features

1. Swipe down from the Notification bar, then select the settings icon Settings icon.

2. Scroll to and select Accessibility.

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Turn on/off flash notifications

1. From the Accessibility screen, select Advanced settings.

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2. Select Flash notification.

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3. Select the Screen flash notification switch

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Enable/disable accessibility shortcuts

1. From the Accessibility screen, select Advanced settings.

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2.  Select the desired button combination (Side and Volume up keys, Volume up and down keys, or Accessibility button).

Note: For this demonstration, Side and Volume up keys was selected. Accessibility button will add a button to the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen. You can have multiple accessibility shortcuts.

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3. Select the desired accessibility feature to set as a shortcut.

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Access and edit Text-to-speech

ACCESS: From the Settings screen, scroll to and select General management.

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Select Text-to-speech

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EDIT: Edit settings as desired.

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CHANGE LANGUAGE: Select Language, then select the desired option.
SPEECH RATE: Select and drag the Speech rate slider to the desired speech rate
• PITCH: Select and drag the Pitch slider to the desired pitch

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