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Default Android 1.6 TalkBack SoundBack KickBack - what are they?

like in subject, after upgrade to android 1.6, in system settings is appears a new menu called "Accessibility" with 3 checkbox

TalkBack
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KickBack

There isn't guide about they, do you have some news ?

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as i understood, they are for people with disabilities
 
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Also, what is the Accessibility feature?

 

 

talkback, soundback, kickback?...

 

talkback-it talks as you click on somthing like when you press the home button it says home.....

soundbacl-when you click somthing it makes a like noise like a "ping"...lol

kickback-it vibrates when you press somthing.

 

 

 

as for your speach synthesis- kinda confused about that.. wht i did was click android market---> then home---->settings-----> this is the important part click on speech synthesis and then reall fast click on instal voice data ...lol i dont noe its use tho
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well thank for the information, it's totally useless
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Also, what is the Accessibility feature?

 

 

talkback, soundback, kickback?...

 

talkback-it talks as you click on somthing like when you press the home button it says home.....

soundbacl-when you click somthing it makes a like noise like a "ping"...lol

kickback-it vibrates when you press somthing.

 

 

 

as for your speach synthesis- kinda confused about that.. wht i did was click android market---> then home---->settings-----> this is the important part click on speech synthesis and then reall fast click on instal voice data ...lol i dont noe its use tho
via http://forums.t-mobile.com/tmbl/boar...ssage.id=35340
 
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These three keep updating to my phone, how do I get them to stop? I've already removed them. They are not checked under the Accessories area.
The check mark icon that lets me know that a download is complete, will not go away.
 
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These three keep updating to my phone, how do I get them to stop? I've already removed them. They are not checked under the Accessories area.
The check mark icon that lets me know that a download is complete, will not go away.
As I know, they are a part of Androids system.
My Phone History:
Alcatel One Touch Easy db (SIM-Lock, SIM broken...) -> Siemens C25 (Batteries sucked) -> Sagem MC 930 (Battery sucked) ->
Siemens C35 (My father drew with our car over it, no GSM anymore. Everything else works! ) -> Sony Ericsson K700i (Batteries sucked) ->
Sony Ericsson W810i (Still working) -> Sony Ericsson XPERIA X10 mini pro (Loved it, but annoyed a bit...) -> Nokia Lumia 920

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