locked Re: New Smart Flip Phone?


Carolyn Arnold
 

Jan in iOS 13 and up, Accessibility is in the Settings menu;
you don't go into General any longer to get to
Accessibility.

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Hi Gerald,

When you have voiceover on, go into Settings, General,
Accessibility, shortcuts. Turn on shortcuts in
Accessibility in general in settings. Een as do not have a
voice, top the home button three times for voiceover on.
See if that helps. If you make sure that shortcuts are on,
you can iet the voice back that way. Or you can tell Siri
to turn voiceover on. You can also jurn on Hey Siri, so
that you can just speak without holding down a home button.
Then when you do not hear a voice, just say, Hey Siri, turn
voiceoofer on. I hopaid that this helps. The best book in
braille or e-text that you can get from the nbp, is a book
by Larry Lewis. He has a few. One is called, IOS in the
classroom. His books are geered to teach parents and
teachers to train young people. They are very easy to
comprehend.

Jan

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