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Accessibility Settings

Your HTC One includes built-in settings to assist people who might otherwise have difficulty using some features of the device. The HTC One has the capability to provide alternative feedback, such as vibration, sound, and even the speaking of menus.

  1. Pull down the Notification bar and touch Settings.

  2. Touch Accessibility.

  3. Touch to enable or disable TalkBack. When enabled, TalkBack speaks everything, including menus.
  4. Touch to set the font size used on your HTC One. You can choose sizes ranging from tiny to huge.
  5. Touch to choose whether to use the power button to end calls.
  6. Touch to enable automatic screen rotation. When disabled, the screen will not rotate between portrait and landscape modes.
  7. Touch to enable or disable the feature where your HTC One speaks your passwords as you type them.
  8. Touch to enable or disable showing the magnifier when selecting text.

  9. Scroll down for more settings.

  10. Touch to choose which text-to-speech service to use (Google or ones you have installed from the Google Play store), and rate of the speech.
  11. Touch to set the touch and hold delay, which is the amount of time your HTC One will wait between when you touch something on the screen and the time it decides you are trying to perform a touch-and-hold gesture.
  12. Touch to allow or disallow websites from installing scripts on your HTC One to make accessing their website more accessible.
  13. Touch to save your settings and return to the previous screen.

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