- Green-red: for Deuteranomaly
- Red-green: for Protanomaly
- Blue-yellow: for Tritanomaly
- To access the Accessibility features on your Android device open the Settings app .
- In the Settings app, select Accessibility from the list.
- On the Accessibility screen, scroll down to the Display section and select Colour correction.
- On the next screen, set the toggle switch for Use colour correction to On.
- By default, the Deuteranomaly mode is applied. To change which colour mode is applied, choose from:
- Deuteranomaly – Red-green
- Protanomaly – Red-green
- Tritanomaly – Blue-yellow
The colour bars at the top of the page will show you the difference each filter make.
- If you would like to add a shortcut, for activating Colour correction, to the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen, set the toggle switch for Colour correction shortcut to On.
Note: You will receive a pop-up notification explaining how to use the Accessibility button to activate this feature. Select OK to continue.
You can now activate/de-activate Colour correction using the shortcut. Depending on how you navigate your device there are different methods for using the Colour correction shortcut.
- If you use swipe gestures to navigate your device, swipe up from the bottom of the screen with two fingers to enable Colour correction.
- If you use the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen, select the shortcut button to enable Colour correction.
- When you are happy with your settings, you can return to the home screen page of apps by:
- If you use gestures to navigate your device, swipe up from the bottom edge of the screen.
- If you use the navigation bar at the bottom of the screen to navigate your device, select the Home button.
Note: We have written these instructions for devices running the standard version of the Android operating system. You may find some minor presentation differences if the manufacturer has customised the theme.