Created February 2018
There are three colour correction modes available to help you see the screen more easily if you experience colour-blindness:
- Deuteranomaly (red-green)
- Protanomaly (red-green)
- Tritanomaly (blue-yellow)
This feature can be used in combination with other accessibility settings such as ‘Inverting colours’.
- Open the ‘Accessibility Settings’: Settings > Accessibility. (See the article Open Accessibility Preferences on this website for more information.)
- Scroll down and tap on ‘Colour correction’. Fig 1.
- Tap the toggle to enable ‘Colour correction’. Fig 2.
- The default mode is set for ‘Deuteranomaly (red-green)’ colour blindness. To change this setting tap on ‘Correction mode’. Fig 3.
- Tap on the colour correction mode you wish to try using. Fig 4.
- Press the ‘home button’ to return to the home screen.
Note: These instructions apply to the standard version of Android 7 Nougat. Please be aware that many device manufacturers add their own customisations to the Android operating systems so you may find minor differences from the steps shown.