Enable Google Subtitles on Samsung Note 10.1

Edited by Grimm, Alexander Avdeev, Eng

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Steps

  1. 1
    We tap and swipe down the screen from the top of the home screen. We will bring down our notification panel.
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    In the top right-hand corner, we will be able to find the gear- or wheel-shaped icon. The icon stands for Settings. We tap it once to access Settings.
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    Now that we are in Settings, we must tap on the "Device" menu. Under "Device", we are looking for the second-to-last option in the left-hand panel. This is "Accessibility".
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    We tap "Accessibility" once.
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    In "Accessibility", we tap and scroll down the menu until we find "Hearing". The second-to-last option in "Hearing" is "Google subtitles (CC)". It is turned off in this video. Let us switch "Google subtitles (CC)" on.
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    To switch "Google subtitles (CC)" on, we simply tap the toggle next to it until the toggle is green.
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    Now, we tap "Google subtitles (CC)" in order to bring up the settings. The "Accessibility > Google subtitles (CC)" menu will be open. There is the "BASIC OPTIONS" section.
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    We tap "Language". It is set to "Default" by default. We can change the language based on our preference for subtitles. In this video, "Default" is English.
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    We tap "Text size". We can change the text size from "Very small" to "Very large".
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    We tap "Caption style" to change the caption style. We can tap "White on black", "Black on white", "Yellow on black", "Yellow on blue", or "Custom". The captions will be previewed at the top of the section.
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    To turn off "Google subtitles (CC)", we tap the green switch in the top right-hand corner.
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Recent edits by: Alexander Avdeev, Grimm

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