Adjust how colours are displayed on the screen if you have difficulty in distinguishing colours. Your phone will then re-adjust to help make colours more recognisable.
/ Voice Assistant Help
When Voice Assistant is on, your phone provides spoken feedback to help visually impaired users. In Voice Assistant Help, you can learn more about the different features available and try them out.
For privacy, you can set your phone to function normally with the screen off.
Rapid Key Input
When you touch the Samsung Keyboard, your phone is able to read out the key under your finger. Simply release your finger from the screen to select the character you want.
You can use NFC tags to distinguish objects of similar shape by attaching labels to them. You can record and assign a voice recording to an NFC tag. The voice recording is played back when you place your phone near the NFC tag.
Changing The Screen
Zoom And Font
Change the screen zoom setting or font size and style.
Adjust the colour and outline of fonts to increase the contrast between the text and the background.
Use the Magnifier window to magnify content that is hard to read in a separate, movable window.
Increase the size of the Samsung Keyboard and change the key colours to increase the contrast between the text and the background.
/ Negative Colours
Invert screen colours or switch to greyscale for better visibility.
Magnifier Widget includes features such as digital zoom, colour options, and capture using the camera.
Show frames around buttons to make them stand out.
Use a theme with light-coloured content on a dark background for easier reading and higher visibility. This helps reduce eye fatigue when using your phone in a dark environment or for a long time.
Sound detectors allow the device to detect the sound of a baby crying or a doorbell ringing. Notification will be given through visual cues and vibration.
Flash notification flashes the camera light or the screen when you receive notifications or when alarms sound.
Mute All Sounds
Mute all sounds turns off all sounds of the device.
Left / Right Sound Balance
Adjust the left and right sound balance to suit your hearing preferences.
Mono audio combines stereo sound into one signal that is played through all earphone speakers. Use this if you have a hearing impairment or if a single earbud is more convenient.
Dexterity / Mobility
Control the touchscreen by connecting an external switch, by tapping the screen, or by using head movements and face gestures.
Show the assistive shortcut icon for accessing apps, features, and settings. You can easily control your phone by tapping the assistive menus in the icon.
Turn on the screen by moving your hand above the sensor at the top of your phone. You can turn on the screen without pressing any keys.
Cognition & General
Turn on interaction control mode to restrict your phone's sensitivity to touch interaction whilst using apps.
If you have difficulty using pattern locks, you can simply unlock your phone by flicking it with the direction combination you set.
Quickly press the Power key and the Volume up key at the same time to turn accessibility features on and off.
Set the device to alert you to notifications that you have not checked at your pre-set intervals.
You can use the Volume up key to answer calls and Power key to end them.
Single Tap Mode
When an alarm sounds or a call comes in, tap the button to stop the alarm or answer the call instead of dragging the button.
Back up and restore your accessibility settings easily when you change phones.