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    How I enable Accessibility menu on Motorola Droid

    The menu of accessibility options is hidden. Anybody know how to activate it?
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    Really..?

    man idk if maybe you mean addtional accessibility menu, but theres one directly in the settings menu built into the
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    i know of only one hidden menu, dial ##program send
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    Unless there is another Accessibilty menu, you get to it from the Home Screen by clicking menu, settings, then Accessibility then check the box to allow the KickBack, SoundBack and TalkBack to function.

    Hope that is what you are after.

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    really...

    In Brazilian version of the Motorola A853 (Droid / Milestone) this option is not visible. It was probably disabled by the manufacturer for some reason. I wonder if there is a way to enable this option.
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    Quote Originally Posted by fabio.licks View Post
    In Brazilian version of the Motorola A853 (Droid / Milestone) this option is not visible. It was probably disabled by the manufacturer for some reason. I wonder if there is a way to enable this option.

    Well that's a silly thing to 'hide'.
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    That is really stupid to do.. I'm sorry about that.. there's one other hidden menu but I doubt that it will help, however it might have accessibility options for you, but here in the US it doesn't..

    Go to the phone and type

    *#*#info#*#*

    For me it just contains phone/battery info, worth a shot though..
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    What's hidden? Accessibility is for people who may have a disability so they can have Droid too.
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    Quote Originally Posted by hookbill View Post
    What's hidden? Accessibility is for people who may have a disability so they can have Droid too.
    I think what Fabio was trying to say is that the option in settings is not on the version of the OS that he has in Brasil.
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    Quote Originally Posted by woodyman View Post
    That is really stupid to do.. I'm sorry about that.. there's one other hidden menu but I doubt that it will help, however it might have accessibility options for you, but here in the US it doesn't..

    Go to the phone and type

    *#*#info#*#*

    For me it just contains phone/battery info, worth a shot though..


    nice tip.... didnt know this existed, but there is a lot of interesting info in there.

    thanks
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