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LG G2 VS980 ACCESSIBILITY - VISION

Operation Cell Phones Last Updated 08/27/2015
LG G2 VS980 ACCESSIBILITY - VISION

Change the color hue/contrast of your screen, this feature makes the smartphone accessible for some vision-impaired users

To change the hue/contrast:

  1. From the Home screen, tap Apps  > Settings  > Accessibility  > Invert color

  2. Drag the circle right/left/ to adjust screen hue. Drag the circle up/down to adjust screen contrast.

Note: If TalkBack is enabled, drag with two fingers.

Large text increases the font size of all text on your phone regardless of text settings. This feature makes the smartphone more accessible for visually impaired users.

  1. From the Home screen, tap Apps  > Settings  > Accessibility

  2. Scroll down to Large text, then tap the checkmark  to enable.

Invert color provides options to change to white on black. This feature makes the smartphone accessible for some vision-impaired users.

To invert color:

  1. From the Home screen, tap Apps  > Settings  > Accessibility

  2. Checkmark the Invert color

Touch zoom allow you to zoom in on any screen of your phone. This feature makes the smartphone more accessible for visually impaired users.

To enable Touch zoom:

  1. From the Home screen, tap Apps  > Settings  > Accessibility  > Touch zoom.

  2. Tap the Touch zoom  to ON.

  3. Triple-tap any screen to zoom in/out and use the following gestures:

    • Drag two or more fingers across the screen to pan the view.
    • Pinch/spread two or more fingers to adjust the zoom level. Note: When Web browsing, triple tap, then pinch/spread fingers to adjust zoom.

Note: Touch zoom does not work for the keyboard or navigation bar.

Set the brightness to 0% to save power. This feature makes the smartphone more accessible for visually impaired users.

  1. From the Home screen, tap Apps  > Settings  > Accessibility

  2. Scroll down to Shades shades, then tap the checkmark  to enable.

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