Some Samsung devices exhibit issues when enabling accessibility services like Type Machine. These issues are caused by bugs in Samsung's operating system and are out of our control. If you encounter any issues, you can contact us for a full refund.
Here is a list of some possible issues you might encounter:
You may be prompted to disable multi-window or other features when enabling Type Machine. You can usually re-enable these features after enabling Type Machine.
This is a bug in some versions of Samsung's built-in keyboard app. Unfortunately there is no workaround. You may consider installing another keyboard app such as Google Keyboard from the Play Store.
On some older devices enabling an accessibility service such as Type Machine will also enable text-to-speech feedback primarily meant for vision-impaired users. For example, opening a folder in the home screen may result in an audible "Folder opened" message.
In our testing, this issue is limited to older devices running Android 4.2 or lower. For this reason, please make sure you have the latest software updates installed.
As a workaround, you can disable TTS functionality:
Note that this will disable all text-to-speech functionality on your phone.
Input collection may not work in some built-in Samsung apps. See the list of apps with known issues.
Samsung has a huge variety of different devices all running slightly different software. For this reason, we don't have an exhaustive list of possible issues and it's impossible for us to guarantee compatibility.
If you encounter any issues not listed here, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll do our best to help you out. Full refunds are always available if desired.