The Android Accessibility menu is a menu on Android and an on-screen tool which provides easy access and navigation to essential tools and features for users.

Control features such as Google Assistant, Accessibility Settings, Power, Volume, Recent apps, Brightness, Lock screen, Quick Settings, Notifications, Screenshots, etc are made readily available on this menu.

The accessibility menu is easy to access once set up. It is situated on your Android home screen and is open on one tap making visible these essential features. Depending on your Android manufacturer, the menu may be positioned at the bottom of the screen, or somewhat close to the middle, floating almost transparent or white, as shown in the image below.

In this guide, we will discuss how to setup and use the accessibility menu on an Android phone.

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