Would you like to control your Android device using accessibility settings shortcuts with one tap? The following instructions will let you know more about the shortcuts of the Accessibility Menu that lets you quickly turn the volume up or down, take screenshots, access Google Assistant and even more. Find out how to activate an Accessibility Menu to control Android device at your fingertips with convenient on-screen Accessibility Menu buttons.
How to use Accessibility Menu on Android 11?
The Accessibility Menu provides you instant access to the Google Assistant application and notifications panel. It gives you the possibility to lock the screen, or manage its brightness, take screenshots and adjust the current volume level with one tap.
- First of all, launch the Settings application on your Android device.
- Then, enter the Accessibility tab.
- Next, scroll down the list and open the Accessibility menu option.
- Now, enable the accessibility menu shortcut by pressing the white toggle.
- Provide the required permissions to view and perform actions for the accessibility shortcut.
- Confirm again by clicking Ok.
- Great! You have enabled the accessibility menu shortcut on the navigation bar. To open a big on-screen accessibility menu, tap on the person icon placed in the right corner of the screen.
How to get larger icons on Accessibility Menu on Android 11?
- In the first step, launch the Settings application on your Android device.
- Next, open the Accessibility tab.
- Then, scroll down the list and open the Accessibility menu option.
- Choose Settings.
- Now, activate the Large buttons option by tapping it.
- Super! You have increased the size of the Accessibility Menu’s icons.