How to take off voice over on iphone 4category: Iphone
To turn accessibility features on or off in iTunes, connect your iPhone to your computer. In iTunes, select your device. In the Summary pane, click Configure Universal Access in the Options section. Select the accessibility features that you want to use & click OK. On your iPhone device, Tap Settings > General > Accessibility. If VoiceOver is on, to turn it off from the device instead of from iTunes, remember that a double-tap acts like a single tap & you need to use three fingers to scroll.
On your iPhone’s home screen, tap "Settings" and select "General." Tap "Bluetooth" and tap the slider to turn Bluetooth on. Your iPhone should find and recognize your device. When it does, tap the name of your device on the iPhone screen and select "Pair." on!
# Make sure you have the latest version of iTunes installed and running # Connect your device to your computer. # Select your iPhone when it appears in iTunes under Devices. # Select the Summary tab. # Select the Restore option. # When prompted to back up your settings, select Back Up. If you have just backed up the device, it is not necessary to create another.
Connect your iPhone, iPad or iPod touch to your computer and open iTunes.Select your device in the left hand column. Click the Apps tab and check ‘Sync Apps’. Select the apps you want to sync in the left-hand column. When using iOS 4 or later, you can organize your apps into folders using iTunes. When you are satisfied with your changes, click Sync to transfer the apps you selected to your device. !
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8 Responses to “How to take off voice over on iphone 4”
How do you turn voice over off on your iphone?By sidauhee October 10th, 2012 at 13:33:58
An iPhone’s voice control tool dials numbers by matching your voice with the names of contacts stored in your phone, or based on a number you speak into the phone. By configuring the phone’s passcode tool, you can disable the voice dialing feature whBy j0k4w1ld October 10th, 2012 at 16:52:37
The VoiceOver feature of the iPhone 3G uses speech synthesis software to make the iPhone “speak” to read on-screen text aloud. This makes the iPhone more accessible for those with eyesight problems. Because enabling VoiceOver through the iP…http://www.ehow.com/how_8518223_turn-iphones-voice-over-accessibility.htmlBy Chy October 10th, 2012 at 19:27:10
The Apple iPhone offers a Voice Control feature that is turned on by default. Use it to call one of your contacts or to speak a number to dial. Voice Control is activated by pressing and holding the “Home” button below the display until the…http://www.ehow.com/how_5134037_turn-off-iphone-voice-dialing.htmlBy dashaka2 October 10th, 2012 at 21:34:17
Can I have my Google voice web at the same time mail go to my google (iphone) voice mail ? Can i get my Google/voice website / Email and in my phones voice mail on phone and?By GFSR October 11th, 2012 at 00:46:56
for Iphone lover you may not want to read this.? 7 Reasons Why the New iPhone 3G Sucks
1. Too Expensive to Own
Apple and AT&T may have shaved a couple of hundred dollars off the price but they will more than make up for it in monthly fees. If you take into account the regular monthly fee, the data fee, the text message fee which used to be free, and the $99 annual mobileme fee you could end up spending over $1,000 a year to own an iPhone, that’s 200 gallons of $5.00 gas.
2. Can’t Use the GPS like a GPS
Forget about getting turn-by-turn voice directions in your car from the new iPhone 3G. The iPhone SDK makes it pretty clear it’s not allowed, “Applications may not be designed or marketed for real time guidance.” Yes it will superimpose your position on a Google map, or show you the closest pizzeria but what about getting real-time route guidance? There’s a rumor that TomTom may be developing a guidance application but you have to wonder how they’ll get it past the Apple police.
3. Can’t Tether the iPhone to Your Laptop
Want to save $60 per month for a 3G card for your laptop and use the iPhone instead? Not going to happen – not allowed. Although there are plenty of phones, including AT&T’s Tilt, that will allow you to use your 3G phone as a high speed modem for your laptop, the iPhone won’t be one of them so you can add the cost of a 3G card for your laptop at $720 a year to your total cost of ownership.
4. Still No Cut and Paste
Cut and Paste has been around on Apple computers since the earliest Mac Plus computers. What’s the big problem with implementing it on iPhones? Why is cut and paste so important? Suppose you’re browsing a web site and want to capture some text or a URL, or someone sent you an email and you want to grab some text from it and send to someone else. Not possible on an iPhone. Speaking of email, where’s the spell checker? Predictive typing is fine but spell checkers are everywhere else but here.
5. Wimpy 2 MP Camera
In the world of 5 MP Smartphones and 10 MP point and shoot cameras why is the iPhone still stuck with a measly 2 MP? That’s so 2003. While we’re at it how come we can’t record video, afraid the non-existent SD card might fill up? The iPhone should be able to stream video by now.
6. No Stereo Bluetooth
We thought the iPhone was supposed to be part iPod. At least they fixed the recessed headphone jack flaw (and called it a new feature) but the A2DP stereo Bluetooth standard has been around for a while and is missing from the iPhone.
7. The List Goes On
Still no Flash player for rich media content (what grudge does Steve Jobs hold against Adobe). Still can’t send pictures in MMS messages, still no native voice dialing, no mobile TV, no replaceable battery, no flash memory card, and on and on.
AT&T: iPhone Sucks, Buy a BlackBerry
July 16, 2008 in AT&T, Apple
An AT&T Regional Manager recently put together a 5 page document outlining exactly why the iPhone 3G sucks compared to any BlackBerry and Windows Mobile phones. The document was SUPPOSED to be internal but when an AT&T mall employee used them as “flyers”, convincing customers OUT of the iPhone, we’re sure a few jobs are going to be lost.
Among the documents was a page titled Top 10 Reasons Why The iPhone is Still No BlackBerry. We’ve listed the reasons below along with an image of the actual document explaining each:
No removeable battery
No video record and no flash
No voice dial
No expandable memory
No Stereo Bluetooth
No Cut And Paste
The BlackBerry is ADDICTIVE
Straight from the horses mouth:
this is not a question, I just want anybody who want to buy Iphone 3G should read this.
niiro13, what are you try to say, Iphone 3g is for businesses use only. then I guess people who is not a businesses person shold not Iphone then.
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