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How to Create Accessibility Shortcut on Android

In this article, I’m going to show you how to create accessibility shortcut on Android devices. Do you know what is accessibility shortcut and how to use it? If you don’t know, don’t worry about it Tactig will help to do this task.

What is Accessibility shortcut?

Accessibility shortcut is a feature on Android Devices and as well as iOS Devices. We have this feature on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, and many more Apple devices. On the Android devices, it’s not that much qualified or developed rather than iOS devices but we have some of them on Android. This feature is really good when you want to do something through a shortcut or an easy way.

Accessibility shortcut is a feature on Android Devices and as well as iOS Devices. We have this feature on iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, and many more Apple devices. On the Android devices, it’s not that much qualified or developed rather than iOS devices but we have some of them on Android. This feature is really good when you want to do something through a shortcut or an easy way.

Follow this article to create accessibility shortcut in iOS devices.
For this task accessibility shortcut really work for this purpose. Following features are available when you create accessibility shortcut.

  • Direct Access
  • Accessibility
  • TalkBack
  • Negative Colors

What’s Direct Access?

Direct Access is a cool functionality of Android devices that allow the user to press the Home Key three times to open up the accessibility shortcut quickly.

What’s Accessibility?

Accessibility refers to the design of products, devices, services, or environments for people with disabilities. Accessibility can be viewed as the “ability to access” and benefit from some system or entity. It means when you get access to something directly or indirectly that’s called accessibility.

What’s TalkBack?

TalkBack is one the another cool feature of Android that when you enable TalkBack, it will help those people how can’t see the device screen clearly so when you turned on this, your device provides spoken feedback to help blind and low-vision users. For instance, it describes what you touch, select, and activate.

What are Negative Colors?

By enabling Negative Colors, your device will change to a nice dark color and this is going to save your device battery life. To enable or disable Negative Colors, you have to go to Settings> Personalization> Accessibility> Vision. Scroll down until you get Negative Colors. Just from there you can enable or disable it.

Create Accessibility Shortcut on Android

When you enable this feature, you can quickly turn on accessibility features just in 2 steps.

  1. Press and hold the power key until you hear a sound or feel a vibration
  2. Press and hold with two fingers until you hear audio confirmation.

Note: If the device has multiple users, using this shortcut on the lock screen temporarily turns on accessibility until the device is unlocked.

To Enable Disable Accessibility shortcut, go to under instructions.

Step #1. Go to your mobile Settings.

Android Settings
Android Settings

Step #2. Find out Accessibility from Personalization Tab.

Accessibility
Accessibility

Step #3. Choose vision

Vision
Vision

Step #4. Now scroll down until you get Accessibility shortcut. Now Enable it by tapping on the small button at upper right-hand side.

Enable Accessibitly Shortcut
Enable Accessibility Shortcut

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