I received problems that feature of TTS(Text-To-Speech) automatically was activated on some devices.
“The modus for visually impaired people will be activated, means when I open a file the phone comment this with:”file opened” or “file closed”.
When I activate the accessibility, swype will be automatically disabled.”
I guess that TTS feature was activated on your device.
Set System Setting – Application – All – TTS(Samsung TTS or Google TTS engine) – Disable
OR System Setting – Accessibility – TalkBack – Turn off, please.
OR System Setting – Language and input – Text-to-speech output – Driving Mode – Disable
Solution 2. (in case of use default keyboard app)
Default keyboard application’s(Samsung or other maker’s…) TTS mode is automatically activated maybe.
Therefore The default keyboard application causes this problem. Install other keyboard app(like google keyboard) and set as default keyboard.(Changing your default keyboard app is needed).
How to install and set google keyboard at play store.
Search with “google keyboard” keyword.
System setting – language and input – activate(check in checkbox) google keyboard
System setting – language and input – set Default as Google Keyboard
In Google Keyboard Setting, set your language like Chinese.
Case by case,
it’s available with
System Setting – Language and Input – Maker’s Keyboard App(like Samsung keyboard..) – Disable
System Setting – Application – Maker’s Keyboard App – Disable
Solution 3. (TTS was activated on web browser only)
System Setting – Accessibility – Install web scripts – set not allowed, please.
Additional… reason to turn on the accessibility option.
Receiving e-mail(and SMS…) is default feature of Android device. But, Instant Messaging App is 3rd party application. I’m not a developer in IM Corporation…And I can’t access the message of IM…
So, when the instant message is received, I steel the notification of the instant message and display your watch. In order to steel the message, user must give accessibility permission(more powerful) to the application.