The makers of CyanogenMod and the Cyanogen OS claim to extend the possibilities of Android for the users while using their smartphones, beyond the limits. This promise is also extended to the Accessibility option of the smartphones as the Cyanogen OS give you an easy and also extended environment to set up your Accessibility options in Cyanogen OS. Learn more about the difference between CyanogenMod and the Cyanogen OS.
As we know, Smartphones have become a part of life for almost every one with verity of customers ranging from different age groups. The increasing importance of smartphones has not just made them a better communication device but also customers have their own way of using them. This makes the Accessibility option in smartphone one of the key features and the Cyanogen OS has picked this point. Let’s have a go try with the Accessibility options in Cyanogen OS.
To access the accessibility option in Cyanogen OS, first go to the System part of your Cyanogen OS where you will find the Setting menu listed as second option. Now in the setting menu you will find many options with on off toggles from where you can set any function active or inactive respectively.
The options are however not much different from the other custom environments of original Android OS. The list is not very long but you will find most of the basic options with more active use and also with immediate effect.
Among the basic features which you can toggle on or off in the option include the talk-back features, you can set your lock unlock setting on speak password option while in the color setting you can adjust color correction.
You can set shortcuts for your daily ease of access and set your features with daily activation and deactivation on a figure touch. For instance, you can assign more options on the power button which provide you to check un-check the options by just pressing the power button without repeating the path to System menu and settings.