Need some help restoring the default accessibility settings on your new Samsung Galaxy S20? If so, then feel free to refer to this comprehensive walkthrough. Here’s a quick guide on how to reset accessibility settings on Galaxy S20.
Modern smartphones, particularly flagship devices do offer a number of useful features from which some are intended to cater end-users’ special demands. Among these essential attributes are the accessibility features found on Samsung’s new Galaxy devices, including screen reader, visibility and hearing enhancements, interaction and dexterity, installed services and advanced settings.
Accessibility features are designed to provide assistance to end-users who are having difficulty navigating or using different features of the device. In case you need help on how to get started in making the most of these accessibility features, I’ve demonstrated a quick guide with screenshots below. Read on for more detailed instructions.
Steps to Reset Accessibility Settings on Galaxy S20
The following steps will guide you in restoring the default accessibility settings on a Samsung Galaxy S20. This usually comes in handy whenever problems manifest on your device due to some messed up settings, particularly on the phone’s accessibility features.
Time Needed : 2 minutes
A screenshot for every step is also provided to make it easier for you to navigate through the menu options.
- Swipe down from the top of the Home screen.
Doing so will open the navigation panel.
- From the Navigation panel, touch the Settings icon.
The settings icon is represented by a wheel-like figure located on the top-right corner of the display.
- Next, scroll down and touch General management.
This will open a new screen containing system management commands and options.
- Scroll down and touch on Reset.
A new screen containing different reset options will then be displayed.
- Select the option to Reset accessibility settings.
This command will erase all current accessibility settings and then restore their default values.
- Then, touch the Reset settings button.
Doing so will confirm that you'd like to reset accessibility settings on your phone.
- Android 10, 1UI 2.0
- Galaxy S20
Wait for the reset to finish and then restart your phone to refresh its internal memory and system functions. By then you can start configuring and setting up individual accessibility features according to your preferences.
And that covers everything in this guide. Hope this helps you!
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