How do I turn off the accessibility screen reader in Samsung on in android phone?
I turned on the accessibility screen reader by mistake, and now can’t even get to the option to turn it off again.
Can’t scroll down to reach the option, can’t use the pull down menu. – mloxton
This just happened to me after I downloaded dynamic notifications. You have to goto settings from the home screen and using two fingers you can scroll down to “accessibility” double tap it to open it, scroll down to “talk back” double tap it and double tap the toggle off. That should be it good luck, took me over and hour to figure out and was getting severely pissed
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Thank you so much! I couldn’t get to the controls to turn it off, and the scrolling with 2 fingers was the key to getting it to happen. I was getting very annoyed! I still can’t explain why talkback keeps turning itself on, but at least now I can turn it off when that happens. I really, really appreciate your help! Janis Gloystein
I have a similar problem with my Huawei Ascend Mate 2. I turned on the accessibility feature, or I thought it said tutorial? Anyway, I can’t get past my sign-on because it won’t let me swipe to open the screen, even a 2 finger swipe does nothing. I tried shutting it down to reset it, thinking that would fix it…WRONG!! All that did was revert back to something and it tells me I have no service. I bought the phone unlocked and installed a straight talk sim card. I don’t know what’s happening. I WANT MY PHONE BACK!!! Can someone please help? slrosado
Thank you so much for the assistance given for talk back disability in MOTO E .I’m afraid of the media and photos available in my mobile,because i plan to give to service centre to install he new software.After reading your steps easily i off the talk back mode.
Thank you so much.Use double tap to select an application on the screen,use two finger to move screen,always do double tap to select and unselect to disable the talk back option in accessibility. Sathiyendiran R
Thank you so much. Yes, this was making me extremely frustrated.I found I had to hold the Gear S with both hands, touch the screen simultaneously with both thumbs, and push relatively hard to scroll to Accessibility. K W Fuqua