RTT, or Real-Time Text, is a feature that allows text messages to be sent as they are typed. While it can be useful for those who are deaf or hard of hearing, others may find it unnecessary or even annoying. If you’re looking to disable RTT on your Android device, follow the steps below.
Step 1: Open Settings
To access the RTT settings on your Android device, start by opening the Settings app. This can typically be found in your app drawer or by swiping down from the top of your screen and tapping the gear icon.
Step 2: Select “Accessibility”
Once you’re in the Settings app, scroll down until you see the “Accessibility” option. Tap on it to open the Accessibility menu.
Step 3: Find “RTT”
In the Accessibility menu, look for the option labeled “RTT.” This may be located under the “Hearing” section or under “Advanced settings,” depending on your device.
Step 4: Turn Off RTT
Once you’ve found the RTT option, simply toggle it off to disable the feature. You may be prompted to confirm your decision, so be sure to tap “OK” if prompted.
If you’re having trouble finding the RTT option in your device’s settings, you can also try searching for it using the search bar at the top of the Settings app. Additionally, some devices may have a “Quick Settings” menu that allows you to toggle RTT on and off without having to go through the full Settings app.
People Also Ask:
– Why would I want to disable RTT?- Can I disable RTT for specific contacts?- How do I know if RTT is on or off?To answer these questions briefly: some people may find RTT unnecessary or annoying, RTT can be disabled for specific contacts by editing their details in the Contacts app, and you can check if RTT is on by looking for the RTT icon in your messaging app.