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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by subbarao.t, Sep 2, 2010.

  1. subbarao.t

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    Does anyone know what the Settings->Accessibility is for? I cannot turn it on, it is always disabled (grayed out)...
     

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    I've often wondered this myself. Its greyed out on both the Desire and Legend.
     
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    I have the same doubt can someone clear it for us.
     
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    Stays grayed out even in a Samsung I9000 (Galaxy S)
     
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    Not sure if anyone is still interested about his but I think you need to install specific apps from the market before you can turn it on:

    TalkBack, SoundBack and KickBack.

    I think these give different feedback for people with sight problems
     
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    That enabled it. Thanks for answering my curiosity...
     
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