Accessibility features improve the usability of your device for users with impaired vision or hearing, cognitive difficulty, or reduced dexterity.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to:
• Access accessibility features
• Turn on/off Voice Assistant
• Turn on/off flash notifications
• Enable/disable accessibility shortcuts
• Access and edit Text-to-speech
• Acess and use Live Transcribe
Select Screen reader, then select the Voice Assistant switch.
Note: Double-tap Allow to confirm. To disable voice assistant, double-tap the Voice Assistant switch then double-tap Turn off.
From the Accessibility screen, select Advanced settings > Flash notification > select the Camera flash switch.
From the Advanced settings screen, select Side and Volume up keys then select the switch to place it in the On position. Select the desired Accessibility feature switches.
ACCESS: From the Settings screen, scroll to and select General management > Language and input > Text-to-speech.
EDIT: Edit settings as desired.
• 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.
Live Transcribe captures speech from the phone's microphone and displays it as text. To access Live Transcribe, from the Accessibilty screen select Hearing enhancements > Live Transcribe > select the switch to place it in the On position.
Note: Select Allow to confirm. Review the Accessibility button prompt then select Got it.
USE: From any screen, select the Accessibility icon.
Note: If you are accessing Live Transcribe for the first time, select Allow to allow Live Transcribe to use your device's microphone.
All sounds caputured by the microphone will be displayed as text on the screen.
To change the Live Transcribe settings, from the Live Transcribe screen, select the Settings icon then select More settings. Edit settings as desired.
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