Accessibility

Accessibility features allow you to improve the usability of your device for users affected by impaired vision or hearing.


INSTRUCTIONS & INFO
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For more information about accessibility features and TTY compatibility, visit AT&T Accessibility.
In this tutorial, you will learn how to: 

• Access accessibility features
• Access and enable vision options
• Access and enable hearing options
• Access and enable advanced settings
• Enable and use voice assistant 


Access accessibility features

1. Swipe up from the bottom of the clock screen to access the Apps tray, then scroll to and select the settings app Settings app.

2. Scroll to and select Accessibility.

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Access and enable vision options

From the Accessibility screen, select Visibility enhancements. Vision accessibility features include Triple tap magnification, Font size, Grayscale, Color inversion and Color filters. Scroll to and select the desired vision feature or vision feature switch to enable or disable the feature.

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Access and enable hearing options

From the Accessibility screen, scroll and select Hearing enhancements. Scroll to and select the Mute all sounds switch to mute the device. Select Mono audio to switch the audio to mono while using one earphone.

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Access and enable advanced settings

From the Accessibility screen, scroll to and select Advanced settings. Select the desired feature to on or off.

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Access and enable Voice Assistant

From the Accessibility screen, select TalkBack then select the TalkBack switch 

Note: You will be prompted to select the checkmark icon to confirm. To edit Talkback settings, from the TalkBack screen, select Settings then edit TalkBack settings as desired. 

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