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How to make text easier to read with High-contrast text in Android 12

How to make text easier to read with High-contrast text in Android 12

Note: This is still an experimental feature, so may not always work as expected.

Short guide:

  1. Open the Settings  and select Accessibility.
  2. Tap Text and display.
  3. Tap the toggle switch for High-contrast text to turn it on.

Before and after

The Android 12 Home screen before and after High-contrast text is enabled

This section covers how to switch to High-contrast text in Android 12. This is a step-by-step guide with pictures of the screens to help.

Open the Accessibility settings

1. Open the Settings  and select Accessibility.

Open Settings and tap Accessibility

Find the Text and display settings

2. Look under the Display section and tap Text and display.

Tap Text and display

Enable High-contrast text

3. Tap the toggle switch for High-contrast text to turn it on

Tap the toggle switch for High-contrast text to turn it on

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.

Created on: December-15-2021

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