Find accessibility services in Quick Settings

To easily find your favourite accessibility services when you swipe down from the top screen, add them to Quick Settings.

You can add:

  • Colour correction: Helps your device to compensate for colour blindness.
  • Colour inversion: Changes the colours of your display.
  • Extra dim: Dims your screen so that it's more comfortable to read.
  • One-handed mode: Navigate your phone more easily with one hand.
  • Live Transcribe: Captures speech and sound so that you read them as text on your screen.
  • Sound Amplifier: Amplifies sound in a noisy area.
  • Sound Notifications: Checks for sounds in your environment, like when a smoke alarm beeps or a doorbell rings.
  • Live Caption: Automatically captions speech on your device from media like videos, podcasts, phone calls and audio messages.

Open Quick Settings

  1. To find your first few settings, swipe down from the top of your screen.
  2. To find all of your Quick Settings, swipe down again.

Turn settings on or off

  • To turn a setting on or off, tap it. Dimmed settings are off.
  • To see more options for a setting, touch and hold it.

Add, remove or move a setting

  1. From the top of your screen, swipe down twice.
  2. At the bottom left, tap edit Edit.
  3. Touch and hold the setting.
  4. Drag the setting to where you want it.
    • To add a setting, drag it up from 'Hold and drag to add tiles'.
    • To remove a setting, drag it down to 'Drag here to remove'.
Tip: Some apps may ask if you want to add their icon as a tile to your Quick Settings menu. You can remove or re-add these at any time.
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