The version I am using is the 16 GB with 2 GB of RAM sold through Amazon as the
Amazon exclusive. I have just tried the method you have advised, double tapping
the screen with two fingers and on the second hold and this does not work
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On 10 Jan 2016, at 20:24, Steve Nutt <steve@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Are you sure? I have enabled accessibility on several Moto G phones.
Double tap and then hold for about four seconds. If it doesn’t work, you’re
probably not at the setup screen.
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Subject: [access-uk] can't turn on accessibility on Android device
I recently purchased the Moto G from Amazon, this time with the enhanced 16GB
of storage andd 2GB of RAM. On turning on the device after installing SD and
SIM cards, although I get the welcome screen, I am unable to turn on the
accessibility by the usual 2 finger tap and hold. My question is two fold;
1. Has anyone else experienced this issue and found a workaround, apart that
is from going through setup and enabling accessibility manually through
2. Does this affect any Motorola phones you or friends, acquaintances etc.
you may have recently purchased?
Thanks, i look forward to hearing from you.