Accessibility options on your Galaxy tablet
Galaxy tabs are meant to be used by everyone. If you have some kind of impairment, you can feel assured that your tablet has built-in Accessibility settings to make it easier to use. You can turn on Voice Assistant for Vision impairments, subtitles for Hearing impairments, and Interaction control for enhanced dexterity and usage.
If you have some trouble reading the text or buttons on your tablet, don’t worry. Your tablet comes with Voice Assistant which will read everything you touch.
From Settings, search for and select Voice Assistant. Tap the switch next to Voice Assistant to turn it on, review the permissions, and then tap Allow. Some functions may need to be turned off temporarily; tap OKto confirm.
To turn off Voice Assistant, tap Voice Assistant to select it, and then double tap OK.
Note: You can also turn on Google subtitles by tapping Google subtitles (CC).
Subtitles are extremely helpful when you are having difficulty hearing. Your tablet has its very own subtitles for when you’re watching a movie or binge-watching your favorite show.
From Settings, search for and select Hearing enhancements. To add subtitles, tap Samsung subtitles (CC) and then tap the switch. From there, adjust your desired settings:
Alignment: Change the position of subtitles.
Font: Change the font attributes.
Text size: Increase or decrease the text size.
Some people just function better when they use their hands. If you are one of those people, you can set up Interaction control to make controlling your tablet easier.
From Settings, search for and select Interaction and dexterity. Tap Interaction control, and then tap the switch to activate Interaction control. This will let you use motions to control your tablet, block parts of the screen, disable Auto rotate, and turn off the Power and Volume keys.
The Assistant menu is designed for individuals with motor control impairments. When you use the Assistant menu, you can access physical buttons and all parts of the screen by simply tapping or swiping.
From Settings, search for and select Assistant menu, and then tap the switch to start using the Assistant menu.
You can navigate to the Home screen, open recent apps, go back to the previous screen, and more without having to press any physical buttons.
Other answers that might help
How would you like to contact us?
Live Chat support with a Samsung Care Pro.
Help with new/existing order
(1-855-726-8721) Samsung experts standing by 8 am to 12 am EST, 7 days a week
Text SMSCARE to 62913 to receive live support 24/7*
Give us a call Speak directly with a Samsung Pro or schedule a time for us to call you
General Mon-Fri: 8am- 12 am (EST) Sat-Sun:9am - 11 pm (EST) 1-800-726-7864
Mobile Mon - Sun: 12am - 12 pm 1-800-726-7864
Home Appliances Sat-Sun:9am -6pm(EST) 1-800-726-7864