Mobile Accessibility supports all Android phones from version 2.1 and above.
- We haven't tested the Sony Ericsson Xperia PLAY and we expect some possible issues with Mobile Accessibility due to its PSP like gaming buttons.
- Please note that on the HTC Evo Shift 4G from Sprint (CDMA) with Android version 2.3.3 Mobile Accessibility call screen doesn't work and you would need to use the system call screen to manage calls.
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- Please note that if you want to use the screen reader functionality of Mobile Accessibility you will need a phone with physical navigational controls such as a trackball or trackpad for Android versions under Ice Cream Sandwich (Android 4.0). For ICS and above MA provides support for the native explore-by-touch functionality available in Android's Accessibility API, so ICS native Android interface is accessible via touch with MA screen reader component.
- Please note that speech recognition is only supported with version 2.2 and above.
- We expect all Android phones from version 2.1 and above to work well with Mobile Accessibility. However we haven’t been able to test them all so please use the free 30-day trial to make sure that your phone is supported.