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    Date and time
    Access and alter the following settings to control how the device displays the time and date.
    On the Settings screen, tap 
    Date and time.
    If the battery remains fully discharged or removed from the device, the time and date 
    is reset.
    •	Automatic date and time: Automatically update the time and date when moving across 
    time zones. When this feature is deactivated, you can manually set the date, time, and 
    time zone.
    •	Use 24-hour format: Display time in 24-hour format.
    User manual
    View help information to learn how to use the device and apps or configure important 
    settings.
    On the Settings screen, tap 
    User manual.
    About device
    Access device information, edit the device name, or update device software.
    On the Settings screen, tap 
    About device.  
    						
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    Appendix
    Accessibility
    About Accessibility
    Improve accessibility with features that make the device easier to use for users who have 
    impaired vision, hearing, and reduced dexterity.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility.
    Using the Home key to open accessibility menus
    On the Apps screen, tap Settings → Accessibility → Direct access, and then tap the switch 
    to activate it. Then, select an accessibility menu to open when you press the Home key three 
    times quickly.
    You can access the following accessibility menus.
    •	Accessibility
    •	Voice Assistant
    •	Universal switch
    •	Magnifier window
    •	Negative colours
    •	Greyscale
    •	Colour adjustment
    •	Interaction control  
    						
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    Voice Assistant (Voice feedback)
    Activating or deactivating Voice Assistant
    When you activate Voice Assistant, the device will start voice feedback. When you tap the 
    selected feature once, the device will read the text on the screen aloud. Tapping the feature 
    twice will activate the feature.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision → Voice Assistant, and then tap 
    the switch to activate it.
    To deactivate Voice Assistant, tap the switch and tap anywhere on the screen twice quickly.
    When you activate Voice Assistant for the first time, the tutorial will start after activation. You 
    can replay it by tapping 
    Voice Assistant help.
    Some features are not available while you are using Voice Assistant.
    Controlling the screen with finger gestures
    You can use various finger gestures to control the screen while you are using Voice Assistant.
    One finger gestures
    •	Tapping: Read aloud the item under your finger. To explore the screen, place a finger on 
    the screen and move it on the screen.
    •	Tapping twice: Open the selected item. While selected items are read aloud, when you 
    hear the item you want, release your finger from the item. Then, tap anywhere on the 
    screen twice quickly.
    •	Double-tapping and holding the screen: Move an item or access an available option.
    •	Swiping to the left: Move to the previous item.
    •	Swiping to the right: Move to the next item.
    •	Swiping upwards or downwards: Change the most recent contextual menu settings. In 
    text selection mode, move the cursor backwards or forwards to select text.   
    						
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    •	Swiping to the left then right in one motion: Scroll up the screen.
    •	Swiping to the right then left in one motion: Scroll down the screen.
    •	Swiping upwards then downwards in one motion: Move to the first item on the screen. In 
    text selection mode, move the cursor to the beginning of the text.
    •	Swiping downwards then upwards in one motion: Move to the last item on the screen. In 
    text selection mode, move the cursor to the end of the text.
    Two finger gestures
    •	Tapping: Pause or resume voice feedback.
    •	Tapping twice: Start, pause, or resume playback.
    •	Tapping three times: Check the current time, remaining battery power, and more. 
    To change items that are read aloud, open the Apps screen and tap 
    Settings → 
    Accessibility → Vision → Voice Assistant → SETTINGS → Status bar information.
    •	Double-tapping and holding the screen: Enable or disable text selection mode.
    •	Swiping to the left: Move to the next page. In text selection mode, cut the selected text.
    •	Swiping to the right: Return to the previous page. In text selection mode, paste the 
    copied text.
    •	Swiping upwards: Scroll down the list. In text selection mode, copy the selected text.
    •	Swiping downwards: Scroll up the list. In text selection mode, select all text.
    •	Swiping in any direction on the locked screen: Unlock the screen.
    •	Swiping downwards from the top of the screen: Open the notification panel.
    Three finger gestures
    •	Tapping: Start reading items aloud from the top.
    •	Tapping twice: Start reading from the next item.
    •	Tapping three times: Read the last selected text and copy it to the clipboard.
    •	Swiping to the left or right: Open the contextual menu and scroll through the options.
    •	Swiping upwards or downwards: Change the text reading and selecting granularity.   
    						
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    Using the contextual menu
    While you are using Voice Assistant, swipe to the left or right with three fingers. The 
    contextual menu will appear and the device will read the options aloud. Swipe to the left or 
    right with three fingers to scroll through the options. When you hear the option you want, 
    swipe upwards or downwards to use the option or adjust the settings for the option. For 
    example, when you hear 
    Device volume, you can adjust the volume by swiping upwards or 
    downwards.
    Adding and managing image labels
    You can assign labels to images on the screen. The device reads aloud the labels when the 
    images are selected. Add labels to unlabelled images by tapping the screen twice with three 
    fingers and holding.
    To manage the labels, open the Apps screen and tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision → 
    Voice Assistant → SETTINGS → Manage customised labels.
    Configuring settings for Voice Assistant
    Configure settings for Voice Assistant for your convenience.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision → Voice Assistant → SETTINGS.
    •	Speech volume: Select the volume level for voice feedback.
    •	Speech rate: Select a speed for voice feedback.
    •	Pitch changes: Set the device to read aloud text with an altered pitch while using a 
    keyboard.
    •	Keyboard feedback: Set the device to read aloud the item under your finger while using 
    a keyboard.
    •	Speak while screen off: Set the device to read aloud notifications when the screen is 
    turned off.
    •	Use proximity sensor: Set the device to pause voice feedback when you place your hand 
    over the sensor at the top of the device.
    •	Shake to continue reading: Set the device to read aloud the text displayed on the screen 
    when you shake the device. You can select from various shaking speeds.   
    						
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    •	Read out phonetic alphabet: Set the device to say a word that starts with the letter you 
    tap and hold on the keyboard.
    •	Read out usage hints: Set the device to read usage hints aloud when you select an item 
    by swiping.
    •	Vibration feedback: Set the device to vibrate when you explore the screen.
    •	Sound feedback: Set the device to emit a sound when you control the screen, such as 
    scrolling the screen, and more.
    •	Focus on speech audio: Set the device to turn the media volume down when the device 
    reads an item aloud.
    •	Sound feedback volume: Adjust the volume that sound is played when you touch the 
    screen to control it. This feature is available when 
    Sound feedback is activated.
    •	Large cursor: Set the device to thicken the border of the square cursor that appears 
    when you tap items.
    •	Back and Recents key feedback: Set the device to provide voice feedback when you tap 
     or  once. Double-tap  or  to use the keys.
    •	Quick menu: Select contextual menu options to display when you swipe to the left or 
    right with three fingers.
    •	Manage customised labels: Manage the labels you added.
    •	Status bar information: Select items to read aloud when you tap the screen three times 
    with two fingers.
    •	Developer options: Set options for app development.
    Using the device with the screen turned off
    For privacy, you can set the device to function normally with the screen off. The screen does 
    not turn on when you press the Home key or tap the screen. Currently activated features do 
    not turn off when the screen is off.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision, and then tap the Dark screen 
    switch to activate it. You can activate or deactivate this feature by pressing the Power key 
    twice.   
    						
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    Reading passwords aloud
    Set the device to read the password aloud when you enter the password while Voice Assistant 
    is activated.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision, and then tap the Speak 
    passwords
     switch to activate it.
    Setting text-to-speech features
    Change the settings for text-to-speech features used when Voice Assistant is activated, such 
    as languages, speed, and more.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision → Text-to-speech, and then use 
    the following functions:
    •	Preferred TTS engine: Select an engine for the text-to-speech feature.
    •	Speech rate: Adjust the speed for the text-to-speech feature.
    •	Default language status: View the spoken language of the text-to-speech feature.
    Entering text using the keyboard
    To display the keyboard, tap the text input field, and then tap anywhere on the screen twice 
    quickly.
    To activate the rapid key input feature, open the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility 
    → Vision, and then tap the Rapid key input switch to activate it.
    When you touch the keyboard with your finger, the device reads aloud the character keys 
    under your finger. When you hear the character you want, release your finger from the screen 
    to select it. The character is entered and the device reads the text aloud.
    If 
    Rapid key input is not activated, release your finger from the character you want, and then 
    tap anywhere on the screen twice quickly.
    Entering additional characters
    Tap and hold a key on the keyboard to enter additional characters available for the key. A 
    pop-up window appears above the key showing available characters. To select a character, 
    drag your finger on the pop-up window until you hear the character you want, and release it.   
    						
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    Vision
    Adding voice recordings to voice labels
    You can use voice labels to distinguish objects of similar shape by attaching labels to them. 
    You can record and assign a voice recording to an NFC-enabled voice label. The voice 
    recording is played back when you place your device near the label.
    Turn on the NFC feature before using this feature.
    1 On the Apps screen, tap Settings → Accessibility → Vision → Voice Label.
    The voice recorder will launch.
    2 Tap  to start recording. Speak into the microphone.
    3 When you are finished recording, tap DONE to stop.
    4 Hold the back of your device over the voice label.
    The information in the voice recording will be written to the voice label.
    Changing the font size
    Change the font size displayed on the screen.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision → Font size.
    To use larger font sizes, tap the 
    Larger font sizes switch to activate it and drag the adjustment 
    bar to change the font size. When you set the font size to 
    Extra huge, the font size may not be 
    applied to some apps.
    Using the high contrast font
    Adjust the colour and outline of fonts to increase the contrast between the text and the 
    background.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision and tap the High contrast fonts 
    switch to activate it.   
    						
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    Using the high contrast keyboard
    Increase the size of the Samsung keyboard and change the key colours to increase the 
    contrast between the text and the background.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision, and then tap the High contrast 
    keyboard
     switch to activate it.
    Displaying button shapes
    Display button shapes with shaded backgrounds to make them stand out.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision, and then tap the Show button 
    shapes
     switch to activate it.
    Using a magnifier
    Activate a magnifier to zoom in on the screen to view a larger version of the content.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision → Magnifier window, and then 
    tap the switch to activate it. The magnifier will appear on the screen.
    Drag the magnifier to where you want to zoom in on the screen.
    Magnifying the screen
    Magnify the screen and zoom in on a specific area.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision → Magnification gestures, and 
    then tap the switch to activate it.
    •	Zooming in and out: Quickly tap the screen three times to zoom in on a specific area. 
    Quickly tap the screen three times again to return to the normal view.
    •	Exploring the screen by scrolling: Drag two or more fingers across the magnified screen.
    •	Adjusting zoom ratio: Pinch two or more fingers on the magnified screen or spread them 
    apart.
    You can also temporarily magnify the screen by tapping the screen three times and holding. 
    While holding the screen, drag your finger to explore the screen. Release your finger to return 
    to the normal view.
    •	Keyboards on the screen cannot be magnified.
    •	When this feature is activated, the performance of some apps, such as Phone and 
    Calculator, may be affected.   
    						
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    Converting the screen to greyscale mode
    Display colours on the screen as grey tones.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision, and then tap the Greyscale 
    switch to activate it.
    Reversing the display colours
    Improve screen visibility to help users recognise text on the screen more easily.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision, and then tap the Negative 
    colours
     switch to activate it.
    Colour adjustment
    Adjust how colours are displayed on the screen if you have difficulty in distinguishing colours. 
    The device changes the colours into more recognisable colours.
    On the Apps screen, tap 
    Settings → Accessibility → Vision → Colour adjustment, and 
    then tap the switch to activate it. Follow the on-screen instructions to complete the colour 
    adjustment procedure.
    Hearing
    Sound detectors
    Set the device to vibrate when it detects your doorbell or a baby crying.
    While you are using voice recognition, such as S Voice, the sound detectors will not 
    operate.
    Baby crying detector
    On the Apps screen, tap Settings → Accessibility → Hearing → Sound detectors, and then 
    tap the 
    Baby crying detector switch to activate it. The device will vibrate when it detects 
    sound and the alert will be saved as a log.   
    						
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