The accessibility settings on your Galaxy S20, or any smartphone for that matter, are intended for people with hearing impairments, limited sight, or difficulties with interaction and dexterity. But if you look closely into the options you can find under Accessibility, you can find options that are actually pretty useful. In fact, many owners have used some of the options, and in this post, we will show you how to reset accessibility settings to bring everything back to normal.
How To Reset Accessibility Settings On Galaxy S20
Time Needed : 3 minutes
In Accessibility, there’s an option that allows you to assign a certain command if you press the Power and the Volume Up (or Down) keys at the same time. You can also enable flash notifications, whenever you receive new messages. If you’ve already used some of these features and you just want to bring your phone’s operation back to normal, then you have to reset accessibility settings on your Galaxy S20. Here’s what you need to do:
Open the App Drawer and tap Settings.
Or you can simply swipe down from the top of the screen and tap the gear icon.
Scroll down to find General Management and tap on it.
You may have to scroll all the way down to find it.
This will show you several types of resets you can do but what we’re looking for is the accessibility reset.
Tap Reset accessibility settings.
This will bring all accessibility settings back to factory defaults.
Tap the Reset settings button.
You may also read the short information on the screen before you hit it, and you may be asked to enter your security lock.
Tap the Reset button to proceed.
When finished, you’ll see a message at the bottom of the screen that says ‘Accessibility settings reset.’
- Android 10, One UI 2.0
- Galaxy S20
You may now go back to the Home screen and do what you need to do with your phone.
Some FAQs on Accessibility Settings
At this juncture, we will answer some of the questions sent by our readers.
Yes. You can change the settings as you see fit without fear of messing up other settings of your device.
Yes, I guess so, especially for people with hearing impairments, limited sight, or difficulties with interaction and dexterity. And depending on how you set your phone up, you can use some of the features under accessibility to make things a lot easier.
No. Only accessibility settings will be changed back to factory defaults. Other than that, nothing will be changed and none of your files, pictures, videos, apps, etc. will be deleted.
Yeah. I have personally used an app that requires accessibility services. As long as the app is downloaded from the Play Store, it’s most likely safe, otherwise, Google would have removed it already. Third-party apps can only use accessibility services. In fact, you can always find them under Installed services in accessibility.
There you have it, guys! I hope that this tutorial has been able to help you reset accessibility settings on your Galaxy S20 and answer some of your questions.
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