Voice Assistant allows you to use intuitive voice commands to perform specific tasks on a device.
You can activate Voice Assistant in the Settings menu or by direct access (triple tap with two fingers). You can also activate Usage hints in the Vision setting to be able to hear additional feature description.
Voice Assistant rules
Screen type: Page
A page screen stops at the last control on the current screen.
A page screen provides a sound effect when it reaches the last control.
Screen type: Scroll
A scroll screens stops at the last list item.
If the highlighted item scrolls off the screen, the screen scrolls automatically.
A scroll screen provides a sound effect when it reaches the last list item.
One finger tap
Provides voice feedback for the selected control.
One finger double-tap
Activate the selected item by double-tapping anywhere on the screen with one finger.
One finger swipe: Move to previous/next
Swipe right anywhere on the screen with one finger to move to the next control. The highlight is fixed to the center when moving to the next control.
Highlight order: Title > Contents > Bottom button (looping)
One finger swipe up or down
In general, a one finger swipe up or down adjusts the accessibility volume up or down. When an adjustable item is highlighted, the swipe changes the actual value of the highlighted item instead.
Two fingers swipe up or down, or turn the bezel: scroll upward or downward
Users can scroll up or down screens by swiping upward or downward with two fingers.
As with the one finger swipe, the highlight remains fixed at the center.
When the scroll reaches the end, the device reads the highlighted control.
Note: During scrolling, the highlight does not move.
When the highlighted control disappears after the user swipes up or down with two fingers, the highlight moves to the next or previous control, and the device reads out loud.
When all controls are out of the screen, the device highlights and reads the first or last control in the content area of the current screen.
Two fingers swipe left and right: Change pages and screens
Swipe left or right anywhere on the screen with two fingers to move to the previous or next page.
All Voice Assistant UI controls have highlights.
Display the outline without the background color (this rule applies to all Samsung devices).
By default, the highlight appears on the UI element at the top left corner of the uppermost screen layer and moves from left to right and from top to bottom.
The highlight’s horizontal movement takes priority over the vertical one.
Do not highlight a list button individually if that button belongs to the list.
Rotary selector (also known as the More option, Options selector)
Title bar, More options (visual cue)
Progress indicator (full)
Progress indicator (small)
Activity indicator (full)
Activity indicator (small)
Bottom button / Text button
sua toi day roi
Select mode action button
On/Off switch / Checkbox / Radio button
Date picker / Time picker
Dialog: Single button
Progress (Overlay) / Toast pop-up / Graphic toast pop-up
Graphic toast pop-up
Voice feedback for control
Voice feedback for control describes the currently selected (highlighted) control. Voice feedback is provided based on each property’s setting. Each control has its own description, which consists of four properties:
Voice feedback for control describes the results of all types of actions.