To turn TalkBack off / on: Touch Apps; Touch Settings;

Motorola Droid Turbo How to turn Talkback OFF in Accessibility Options

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  • Yes, this TalkBack feature is quite annoying if you don't need it. The feature is built with the visually impaired in mind, so your phone's functions are a bit different when it's enabled. You will need to tap Settings once to highlight it and then tap it again to confirm your tap. Once you have gotten to the Accessibility option, use two fingers and swipe the screen up or down to scroll the page far enough to turn TalkBack OFF. Check out the video below for more details:

    When you perform the gesture, speech stops and Explore By Touch is disabled. I think that some folks have their priorities a bit turned around. Both blind and sighted people can get to the settings page to turn talkback off. What we need, and have in 4.2, if I understand correctly, is a, hopefully, foolproof way of turning Talkback *on*. I'm less concerned about the culture shock that a poor unsuspecting sighted person might experience picking up a phone with accessibility turned on than I am about the poor blind person who has the phone returned to him/her with accessibility turned off because the other person forgot to re-enable it.

  • Yes, this TalkBack feature is quite annoying if you don't need it. The feature is built with the visually impaired in mind, so your phone's functions are a bit different when it's enabled. You will need to tap Settings once to highlight it and then tap it again to confirm your tap. Once you have gotten to the Accessibility option, use two fingers and swipe the screen up or down to scroll the page far enough to turn TalkBack OFF. Check out the video below for more details:

    Some owners have reported that even after turning TalkBack off, their Galaxy S4s still talk to them. This issue is caused by Samsung's TouchWiz Android launcher. To work around this issue, you can follow the steps below:

  • Some owners have reported that even after turning TalkBack off, their Galaxy S4s still talk to them. This issue is caused by Samsung's TouchWiz Android launcher. To work around this issue, you can follow the steps below:

Turn on TalkBack - Android Accessibility Help

How to TURN TalkBack OFF on your HTC Desire 510 Smartphone. You will use 2 fingers to scroll and tap once to highlight a selection and then double tap to select it.