How to Reset Accessibility Settings on Galaxy A10

Here’s a simple guide to reset accessibility settings on Galaxy A10. Scroll down.

Accessibility options on smartphones like text-to-speech and speech recognition are indeed of great help especially to people with disabilities. With these features, using high-end smartphones like Samsung Galaxy A10 has been made easier. Users with limited vision can use the text-to-speech feature on their devices. This feature reads the message out loud. While the speech recognition gives the owner the option to control their smartphones using their voices. Other accessibility features found on smartphones are closed-captioning, adjusting font size, color adjustment, and keyboard shortcuts.

But what if these features stop working? If a simple phone restart won’t fix the problem, simply reset accessibility settings on your device. If you haven’t done this before, scroll down and be guided.

Illustrated below are the steps to reset accessibility settings on Samsung Galaxy A10. Read further.

How To Reset Accessibility Settings On your Samsung Galaxy A10

  1. Swipe your finger upward from the Home screen.
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  1. Select Settings.
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  1. Tap General management.
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  1. Tap Reset.
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  1. Select Reset accessibility settings.
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  1. Select Reset settings and follow the onscreen prompt to confirm.
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Resetting accessibility settings won’t erase the phones saved files. Instead, it will delete customized settings under accessibility like the adjusted font size, color, enhanced visibility, talk back features, among others. If the phone does not turn off automatically after the reset, turn the phone off and on again. Doing so completely dump cached files that caused trouble to your accessibility features and made them unfunctional.

Also read: How To Enable Do Not Disturb Mode on Galaxy A10

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