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Topic # 228752 20-Jan-2018 17:30
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Some apps that run on my Android STB require mouse control. The Android remote has a mouse function that works well, but the cursor is sometimes hard to see. Are there any high-vis cursors available for Android, or is there any other way to fix this? I can't find any settings on my device.

 

 





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  Reply # 1944198 20-Jan-2018 22:07
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Settings > Developer Options > Pointer Location any use there?



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  Reply # 1944252 21-Jan-2018 06:47
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Developer options not an option on my device, unless it is hidden somewhere.

 

 





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  Reply # 1944255 21-Jan-2018 07:06
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Somewhere below settings > about, there is a build number. Tap that build number seven times to enable developer options menu. Apologies I had forgotten that 'secret'.



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  Reply # 1944331 21-Jan-2018 10:35
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Nice idea but it doesn't really help. The grid lines only appear after clicking and I need a better view of the cursor before clicking. I'm glad to know the developer options trick, though. I hadn't encountered that before. Thanks for the tips!

 

 





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  Reply # 1946921 25-Jan-2018 23:32
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Go into settings. Search for "Accessibility". Turn on large mouse pointer. Works on my tablet.

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