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Configuring Visibility Options

In addition to Galaxy TalkBack, there are several other options you can configure to make it easier to operate your phone if you have vision problems. These are detailed in the following table.



Voice Label

Record voice labels you can place on various items around your house, and have your phone read them back to you.

Font Size

Changes the size of onscreen fonts from Tiny to Huge.

Magnification Gestures

Zooms into or out of areas of the screen when you triple-tap the screen.

Magnifier Window

Displays a small window that magnifies the selected area of the screen. (Tap and drag to move the magnification window around the screen.)


Changes the phone’s display from color to grayscale.

Negative Colors

Reverses the onscreen colors. (White background changes to black; black text changes to white.)

Color Adjustment

Enables adjustment of onscreen colors for better viewing.

Accessibility Shortcut

Displays accessibility options when you hold down the Power key or tap and hold the screen with two fingers.

Text-to-Speech Options

Adjusts the speed of Samsung’s text-to-speech engine.

Enable Visibility Options

All visibility options are accessed via the Visibility screen.

  1. Swipe down from the top of the screen to display the notification panel.
  2. Tap Settings to display the Settings screen.

  3. Scroll to the System section and tap Accessibility.

  4. Tap Vision to display the Vision screen.

  5. Enable those options you want to use.

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