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Use VoiceView or TalkBack

Turn on these features to hear on screen text for AT&T TV or AT&T TV NOW and WatchTV. It’s a snap to use if you have a visual impairment.

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How do I turn on TalkBack for my AT&T TV

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How it works

With the accessibility feature turned on, you’ll hear spoken words to let you know what text is onscreen when you:
  • Scroll through the carousels, or enter a title or information about a program or movie.
  • Tap to open tabs like My Library, Guide, or Discover.
  • Select a program from the guide to hear the name of the program and when it’s airing.
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Accessibility feature is available on:
  • AT&T TV device
  • iOS (iPhone and iPad)
  • Android (phone and tablet)
  • Amazon Fire TV
  • Samsung Smart TV (2017 or newer)
  • Roku
It isn’t currently available for Apple tvOS, web browsers, and Chromecast.

Heads up: Starting January 1, 2020, you won’t be able to add the AT&T TV channel to your Roku device. Already have AT&T TV on your Roku device? You can keep using it as long as you don’t delete the app. We’re actively working on a new agreement with Roku and hope to resolve this soon.
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Turn accessibility features on or off

iOS devices
  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Select General.
  3. Select Accessibility.
  4. Select VoiceOver.
  5. Turn VoiceOver / Magnifier ON or OFF.
  6. Open the AT&T TV app and sign in, if prompted.

Android phones or tablets
  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Open Accessibility.
  3. Select Talkback.
  4. Turn the feature ON or OFF.
  5. Open the AT&T TV app and sign in, if prompted.

Amazon FireTV
  1. Use the remote to move to the right and select Settings.
  2. Scroll to the right and select Accessibility.
  3. Select VoiceView.
  4. Turn VoiceView ON or OFF.
  5. Open the AT&T TV app and sign in, if prompted.
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