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JohnS
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Hi i have put my i phone 7 on to voiceover moad and now it will not let me enter my pass coad can you help please

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thanks so much i would have never found that with out you help 

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@JohnS  You should be able to turn off Voiceover by triple clicking the home button and toggling Voiceover from the accessibility menu. Alternatively, you can ask Siri to turn off Voiceover too. Just summon Siri by holding the home button or saying 'hey Siri'. 

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i have powerd off show the finger print will not work you have to enter by hand thr first time

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thanks for you reply can't get it to turn off i have powerd off so i need to entre my pass coad for it to do any thing  i have just notest that the five dots at the top of the screen do not light up as i press the keys if the helps at all  

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Hi @JohnS. Disabling Voiceover can be a pain. It's worth taking a look at a guide like this one which can help you understand how to use the phone with Voiceover enabled and try to input your passcode so you can disable it. 

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thanks so much i would have never found that with out you help 

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