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Topic # 239473 19-Jul-2018 20:10
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I have a friend with a eyesight issue.  Not just needing glasses.  Possible enlarge the dialling keypad so it fills up more of the screen?  He used to have an iPhone and says that had the option.  

 

Is there an app that can do this?  He has a Huawei Nova I believe.  

 

 

 

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  Reply # 2059025 19-Jul-2018 20:32
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The 'Dialer' Is usually made to each manufacturers requirements. It's an over-top app that simply sends commands to the phone functions of the OS.

 

So you can install alternative versions if the factory one doesn't suffice. But choices are limited

 

Iphone one tends to just be more spaced out I thought. 

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.ios.caller.screen.sprite.coc 

 

Mine (moto) takes up 3/4 of the screen but has no clear bounding boxes.

 

The only other option is see if accessability changes can do it. I can enable zoom but it then needs the dialpad to be 2-finger moved around to get to other numbers


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