Tip & How-To about Apple iPhone Cell Phones

How to enable "Switch Control" on iOS 7

1. Select Settings
2.Select General
3.Select Accessibility
4.Scroll down till you see (Physical & Motor) "Switch Control"
If it shows "Off" select Switch Control and turn on the feature should show Green.

Now you are able to move the icon on your menu just by tilting your head.

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how do i turn off the voice that announces incoming calls?

1.Press the "Menu" key, and then tap the "Apps" option on the Electrify home screen to launch the Apps screen.
2.Select "Settings"to open the Settings app.
3.Click the "Language and Keyboard" from the list of options.
4.Scroll down the screen and then tap "Text-to-speech output."
5.Slide "Driving Mode" to switch it from "On" to "Off". The setting is saved.

Also check your Sound Settings (Settings > Sound) and Accessibility (Settings > Accessibility) to adjust these types of settings.

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Select "Accessibility" and turn the ON switch next to "LED Flash for Alerts"

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How do you lock the screen on an iPhone 4 when the lock button is broken?

Go to settings
Go to general
Scroll down to accessibility
Scroll down to Physical & Motor section
Click on assistivetouch

It enables this grey square that acts as a lock button and other features that u enable 2 it. You will be able to lock your phone with that on screen button.

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1. Open the "Settings" app. 2. Scroll down to "General" and open that category. 3. At the very bottom, just above the "Reset" tap, is one labeled "Accessibility". Open it. 4. Once in the "Accessibility" menu, open the "Large Text" sub-menu. 5. Select "Off" and move back to the Accessibility menu. 6. Close the "Settings" app and your font size should be back to normal.

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