Android TVs have become commonplace in households today because of their features and capabilities. We’ve already talked about accessibility features on Android phones that make smartphones easier for seniors, as well as for people with hearing and vision impairments. Likewise, Android TVs have these features as well. In this article, I’ll show you how to enable accessibility on Android TV.
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Enable Accessibility on Android TV
You can enable accessibility in Android TV settings, which are available as audio, subtitle, and hearing impaired. To enable these features, follow these steps:
1. Open Android TV on your phone and go to the apps home page.
2. Here, click on the settings icon in the upper right corner.
3. In the settings, select “Device settings”.
4. Now scroll down and tap “Accessibility”.
Or you can directly search for accessibility in the settings depending on your TV model, it could be elsewhere.
5. In the accessibility settings, you will see various options: Audio Description, Hard of Hearing, Captions, and High Contrast Text.
6. Turn on the switches next to each option to use functions based on your person’s condition.
7. When you click on the signature, you will be taken to a new page where you can select additional settings, including signature style, language and text size.
This way, you can enable accessibility features on Android TV so that people with visual or hearing impairments can also watch TV shows and movies like everyone else.
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