How do I turn off VoiceOver on my iPod touch?

How do I turn off VoiceOver on my iPod touch?

Turn VoiceOver on or off

  1. Activate Siri and say “Turn on VoiceOver” or “Turn off VoiceOver.”
  2. Triple-click the Home button.
  3. Use Control Center.
  4. Go to Settings > Accessibility > VoiceOver, then turn the setting on or off.

How do I use voice control on my iPod?

To activate Voice Control, press and hold the center button on the remote for about three seconds, or press and hold the Home button on the iPod or iPhone. You’ll hear a beep in the earbuds, and the Voice Control screen show up on the display.

What is VoiceOver on iPod touch?

This is an accessibility feature that changes the way your iPod Touch responds when you tap the screen and speak your selections. You can disable this technology using iTunes, or you can deactivate the screen reader directly from your iPod touch.

How do I turn on VoiceOver?

How to activate VoiceOver

  1. Go to the settings app.
  2. Find the general section.
  3. Select the accessibility menu.
  4. Tap VoiceOver, which is at the top of the list.
  5. Turn VoiceOver on.

How do I get rid of screen reader?

Turn screen reader on or off

  1. On your Android phone or tablet, open your device’s Settings app Google. Manage your Google Account.
  2. At the top, tap Personal info.
  3. Under “General preferences for the web,” tap Accessibility.
  4. Turn Screen reader on or off.

Why does Voice Control keep appearing?

A hardware problem might cause the Side button or the Home button to keep triggering itself. There might also be a problem with your headphones or headphone port that makes Siri or Voice Control keep popping up.

Why does Voice Control pop up?

They symptoms you’re describing are often the result of a defective corded headset, though not always. To stop Voice Control from activating, turn Siri on in Settings>General>Siri. Then, prevent Siri from accidentally being invoked, go to Settings>Touch ID & Passcode>Allow Access When Locked>Siri and turn it to off.