Samsung Galaxy S3: How to Enable Talk Back Mode

In the past articles, we all already have learned about some modes available in Samsung Galaxy SIII which will allow you to stay using this phone in certain conditions, such as driving mode that will facilitate you using the phone while you're driving.

See also: How to Enable or Disable Driving Mode on Samsung Galaxy S3

Another mode that you can find inside this phone is talk back mode. Basically, this mode is designed to facilitate the people with vision-impaired or low vision to make them more easier using the phone. By enabling this option, the phone will provides spoken feedback to help the user, such as the phone will describe what the user touch, select and activate.

How to turn on talk back mode?
If you want to activate this option, then kindly do as follows:
  1. Go to Settings.
  2. Scroll to Accessibility, then tap it.
  3. Scroll to Talk back, then tap it.
  4. Slide the slider to the right then tap OK button to enable talk back mode.
  5. Finish. Now you have managed to turn on talk back mode.

Once you've activated this mode, the phone will give a spoken feedback on whatever you do with the phone. For the record, enabling this feature will change the way you interact with the phone. In this mode, you need to use two finger instead one finger to scroll the phone and use double tap instead single tap to select the menu, app or option. Using this mode also will disable some features on your phone, such as you will no longer be able to take a screen shot or open the notification.

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