The 'Accessibility' feature on Samsung mobile provides users with a bunch of customizable and friendly functions, creating a better and more personalized experience when using this powerful gadget.
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Due to varied functions, the settings of 'Accessibility' might be intricate somehow. Thus, it would be a nuisance if you're upgrading you Samsung to S8/S8 Plus, or setting up accessibility settings again after factory reset, or helping friends make the same settings as you. In fact, it's not that complex if you learn your way around how to export, import and share 'Accessibility' settings on Samsung.
- Part 1: How to Export Accessibility Settings on Samsung?
- Part 2: How to Import Accessibility Settings on Samsung?
- Part 3: How to Share Accessibility Settings on Samsung?
- Part 4: Why You Need to 'Manage Accessibility'?
It's easy to export your Accessibility settings as a file with sasf extension to "My Files" so that you can move this file to another device if necessary. Also, you can try this way to make endless copies for Accessibility settings.
Step 1. Launch "Settings" on your Samsung.
Step 2. Swipe to "Accessibility" option.
Step 3. Scroll down and select "Manage accessibility".
Step 4. Tap on "Import/export" and choose "Export to My Files".
Step 5. If you see a messages saying that 'File exported', then it's done.
If you want to switch back to the former Accessibility settings and you do have a copy in advance, then you can import your settings file to Samsung. With ease, settings are changed in on time. Let's see how it works.
Step 1. Open "Settings" app on your Samsung.
Step 2. Scroll down and choose "Accessibility" option.
Step 3. Swipe down to "Manage accessibility".
Step 4. Select "Import/export" and tap on "Import from My Files".
Step 5. Choose a desired settings file and tap "DONE".
Step 6. Select "IMPORT" when it prompts that importing this file will changer your accessibility settings.
Also, if you'd like to transfer your personal Accessibility settings to your friend, it's a cinch to get it done. The settings file can be shared via WhatsApp, Bluetooth, WiFi, Email, Gmail, OneDrive and so on. Just pick one up. Here's the step-by-step tutorial.
Step 1. Go to "Settings" and then choose "Accessibility" option.
Step 2. Scroll down and tap on "Manage accessibility".
Step 3. Select "Share via" option.
Step 4. Choose a settings file and tap on "DONE".
Step 5. Now, please select a way to transfer your content to friends.
Many might got no idea with such a feature on Samsung. Indeed, it's an easy-to-ignore but truly useful features, with boasts quite a bunch of benefits. Don't buy it? Let's see what 'Accessibility' can do for you.
It allows you to customize your very own device in terms of Vision, Hearing, Dexterity and interaction. With additional options like Text-to-speech, Direction lock, Direct access, Notification reminder, Single tap mode, Answering and ending calls. That's quite user-friendly, isn't it?
Also, because of such lots of customizable settings, it tends to be a problem if you want to switch to a new device or do the same settings for your friends on their Samsung. That's why you can rely on 'Manage Accessibility', which is able to import/export all the Accessibility settings or transfer settings files to others without a hitch.
I'm sure you now have a better idea of how to manage 'Accessibility' settings. If you encounter any snags on your way, I'd be glad to help you out.
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