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Disable Talk Back Mode in Samsung Galaxy S3

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How to unlock my ASUS tablet from talking back?

My phone is not moving, I pressed the TalkBack button on accessibility, but now I can't go back to turn it off, what can I do. I have tried: I tried going back to settings and it can't move to accessibility. I think it was caused by: I think its caused by the TalkBack person because its frozen

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    You will need to swipe with two fingers to perform swiping actions that normally require just one finger.
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    You will have to double tap each choice below:
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    Go to Settings.
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    Double Tap to select the Accessibility from the settings menu.
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    Using two fingers, slide the TalkBack switch to the Off position.
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    Tap OK to confirm that you want to turn off TalkBack.
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More questions and answers on this topic can be found here: How do I unlock my phone with TalkBack enabled

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Disable Talk Back Mode in Samsung Galaxy S3

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