You can access the Settings screen at any time from the Watch TV or Emergency pages.
The Settings screen includes a Watch TV or Emergency link which will take you back to your previous page. The Settings screen is divided into three sections: Braille Settings, Emergency Alerts Settings and About GoCC4All.
There are four braille settings that the user can modify: Caption Duration, Line Size, Braille Mode and Braille Output. To change a setting, select the feature you want to modify, make the desired change and return to the Settings screen by selecting “Settings”.
Its the duration of a stream of captions on your display. The value varies between 1 and 10 seconds, being 4 seconds the default value. If the value is 1, you will be reading captions at the same pace that the captions are appearing on TV.
If you pick a setting that is greater than 1, you will have more time to read the captions on your display, however the captions will be delayed compared to the live broadcast.
To change this setting, select either the plus or minus sign in the Caption Duration screen. Every time you select plus or minus the duration will increase or decrease by 1 second.
Line Size refers to the number of characters you would like your braille display to show at one time. The default value is 20 characters.
To change this setting, select either the plus or minus sign on the Line Size screen. Every time you select plus or minus the line size will increase or decrease by 1 character.
Turns braille mode on and off. By default, when the app first starts, Braille Mode is on. To disable Braille Mode, select off.
There are two options to choose from for Braille Mode: uncontracted six-dot braille (default), and uncontracted eight-dot braille.
Emergency Alert Settings
The menu for Emergency Alert Settings changes slightly depending on whether you are a registered user or not.
If you have not registered, there will be three settings that you can modify: Register, Location Services and Notifications.
If you have already registered, there will be four settings you can modify: Registration Information, Location Services, Notifications and Unregister.
Register & Registration Information Registration
Registering allows you to receive emergency alerts for your area. You will need to provide your first name, last name, date of birth, email and the email of an emergency contact. The emergency alerts services are only available for people 18 years of age or older. If the date of birth you provide is less than 18 years old, the app won’t allow you to register.
Once you have entered your registration information select Register to store your registration information.
If you have previously registered, you can modify your registration information by going to the Emergency Alert Settings and selecting Registration Information. Once you have made the changes to your information select Save.
To receive emergency alerts, you need to turn on location services. GoCC4All will only use your location to deliver emergency alerts for the area where your are and to share it with your listed contact in case of an emergency. GoCC4All will not share your private location data with anyone without your consent.
To turn this setting on and off, toggle the switch.
To return to the Settings screen select " Settings".
By turning this setting on, you allow GoCC4All to send you emergency alerts notifications about emergencies in your area. If you turn this setting off, you will still receive emergency alerts but you won’t get a pop up notification to call your attention to the alert.
To turn this setting on and off, toggle the switch
To return to the Settings screen select "Settings".
Once you have registered, you can always unregister by going to the Emergency Alert Settings and selecting "Unregister". A pop up message will appear and ask you to confirm whether you want to unregister. Select "Yes" to unregister.
This section has two items: Legal documents related to the app and the app’s software version number.
The app’s current software version is displayed. Apps are updated often to add new features or to fix bugs.