- Which version of Windows Phone do I have?
- How do I update my phone software?
- Phone updates FAQ
- Copying and pasting
- Switching between apps
- What do the icons on your phone mean?
- Tips to help keep your phone secure
- Accessibility on your phone
- Lock screen
- Using Speech on your phone
- Finding a lost phone
- My Phone FAQ
- How can I minimise my data usage?
- Battery: making it last
- SD cards and your phone
- Using a PIN to lock your SIM card
- Privacy resources
- Feature and service availability
Using your phone with a TTY
If you want to use your phone with a TTY/TDD to make a phone call:
Plug your phone into the TTY using the appropriate cable and connector for the headset jack.
On Start, flick left to the App list, then tap Settings.
Tap Ease of access, then tap Full mode.
Depending on your mobile operator, you might have additional modes available. If so, tap the mode that you want to use.
Turn on the TTY.
That's all you need to do – you're now ready to make your call. See the documentation for your TTY for more info on how to use it.
- TTY is an abbreviation for teletypewriter, also known as a text telephone or a telecommunication device for the deaf (TDD). This device allows people who are deaf, speech impaired or hard of hearing to type messages to anyone else who has a TTY, using a telephone line.
- Some phones might not support Telecoil and TTY/TDD.