The default text size and icon size in your Pixel 7 are enough for most users to read and recognize easily. However, there are users who might need to have the font and icons sizes bigger for them to be able to read properly.
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That’s one of the reasons why there is a setting to make the texts and icons larger in your phone. So if you’re having a hard time reading the text messages, emails and other things, we suggest you make use of the feature to make your life a little easier.
Here’s how you adjust the font size and icons size in your phone:
Swipe down from the top of the screen twice to pull down the Quick Settings panel.
On the first swipe, it’s the notification panel that will show but on the second, it’s the quick settings panel.
Find and tap the gear icon at the bottom of the screen.
This will open the Settings app.
On the next screen, scroll down a bit and tap Display.
This will bring you to the screen where you can change some settings for your phone’s screen.
Scroll down a bit and tap Display size and text.
The settings on the next screen will have an immediate impact on your phone’s screen.
To make the Font size bigger, drag the slider to the right.
You may refer to the preview at the top to see how your screen would look like every time you make a change to the size.
To make the icons bigger, drag the Display size slider to the right.
You may also refer to the preview to know exactly how big you want the icons to be.
If you like you can enable the switch next to Bold text.
It will make all texts bold and darker.
You can also enable High contrast text if you want.
This feature is for people who might have issues with their sight.
After making all the changes and you want to revert back to default settings, just tap Reset settings at the bottom of the screen.
There will be a window that will pop up.
Tap Reset to confirm.
This will revert all the texts and icon size back to default.
- Google Pixel 7
And that’s how you can change the font size and the icon size in your Pixel 7.
We hope that this guide can help you.