iOS 10Switch Control

iOS 10Switch Control
iOS 10 Switch Control
Simplifying Switch Access with
Switch Control Recipes
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Updated November 8, 2016 9:26 AM
Table of Contents
Introduction............................................................................................................................ 2
What You Need........................................................................................................................ 2
Getting Started........................................................................................................................ 3-5
Turn Pages On An eBook.......................................................................................................... 6-8
Control Music.......................................................................................................................... 8-11
Cause and Effect with Garage Band........................................................................................... 12-15
Introduction
With Switch Control for iOS 10 you can do almost anything with a switch. With this power comes some complexity for the
user. The Recipes feature found within Switch Control for iOS 10 can greatly simplify switch use on the iPad, iPhone, or
iPad touch. To help introduce you to Recipes and simplified switch access for the user, we’ve put together a few tutorials.
What You Need
For all Switch Control Recipe tutorials you will need the following:
• An iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch with iOS 10
• A switch interface for your iOS device
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Hook+ iOS Switch Interface: Hook+ is an Apple MFi approved switch interface that
provides a reliable wired connection to the iPad, iPhone, or iPod touch via the Lightning
connector. Connect one to four wired switches to Hook+ for use with Switch Control.
More information at https://www.ablenetinc.com/hook-switch-interface
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Blue2 Bluetooth Switch: The Blue2 Bluetooth switch provides single or dual switch
access when used with Switch Control. Users can activate the orange and white switch
tops, or they can plug in two external switches for activation. More information at More
information at https://www.ablenetinc.com/blue2-bluetooth-switch
Getting Started
Before you can begin any of the Switch Control Recipe tutorials, you need to make sure that your switch interface is
connected to your iOS device and two switches are configured.
SET UP HOOK+ iOS SWITCH INTERFACE
1. Plug switches into Switch Jack 1 and Switch Jack 2 on Hook+
2. On the iOS device go to Settings App > General > Accessibility > Switch Control
3. Turn Switch Control On
4. Plug Hook+ into the Lightning Connector on your iOS device. Two switches will automatically configure.
5. You are now ready to proceed with the Switch Control Recipe tutorials
After Step 4, you
will see these two
switches
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SET UP BLUE2 BLUETOOTH SWITCH
1. On the iOS device go to Settings App > Bluetooth
2. Turn Bluetooth on the iOS device On if it is not already On
3. Turn the Blue2 Bluetooth Switch on. Blue2 will appear under the list of Devices.
4. Select Blue2 to pair with your iOS device.
5. Once paired, Blue2 will show under My Devices as Connected
After Step 4, you
will see Blue2 is
Connected
6. On the iOS device go to Settings App > General > Accessibility > Switch Control and select Switches
7. Select Add New Switch...
8. Select External
9. Press the White switch top on Blue2
10.Name the switch White
11.Select Move To Next Item
12.Select Add New Switch... again
13.Select External
14.Press the Orange switch top on Blue2
15.Name the switch Orange
16.Select Select Item
17.You now have two switches configured.
18.You are now ready to proceed with the Switch Control Recipe tutorials
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After Step 16, you
will see these two
switches
For additional details on using the Hook+ iOS Switch Interface or Blue2 Bluetooth Switch with iOS Switch
Control, download iOS Accessibility - Switch Control - The Missing User Guide at https://www.ablenetinc.com/
resources/?ddownload=5689.
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Tutorial 1: Turn Pages In An eBook
In this tutorial you will create a Switch Control Recipe that enables the user to turn pages in an eBook forward and
backwards with two switches. Before starting, make sure you have completed setting up your Hook+ iOS Switch Interface
with two switches or your Blue2 Bluetooth Switch.
1. On the iOS device go to Settings App > General > Accessibility > Switch Control
2. Turn Switch Control Off. If Switch Control is On, the Recipe will not work correctly.
3. Select Recipes
4. Under Recipes select Turn Pages
5. You will notice that both of your switches were automatically assigned to Right to Left Swipe and Left to Right Swipe
6. Make sure Timeout is turned Off
Step 5, if you are
using Hook+, instead
of Orange it will say
Select and instead of
White it will say Next.
Step 6, make sure
Timeout is turned off
7. At the top of the screen select Recipes to go back to the main Recipes menu
8. Select Launch Recipe
9. Select Turn Pages
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After Step 9, you will
see this
10.At the top of the screen select Recipes to go back to the main Recipes menu
11.At the top of the screen select Switch Control to go back to the man Switch Control menu
12.Turn Switch Control On
13.When Switch Control turns On, you will see a message appear in the middle of your device screen that says Your
switches are configured to use the “Turn Pages” recipe.
Step 13, you will see
this warning message
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14.On the iOS device, open the iBooks App
15.Select a book the user would like to read
16.When the user activates the Orange Switch on Blue2 (or if using Hook+, Switch 2 / Next) the page will turn forward.
When the user activates the White Switch on Blue2 (or if using Hook+, Switch 1 / Select) the page will turn
backwards.
17.Once finished with the eBook, you can turn the Recipe Off, by going to Settings App > General > Accessibility > Switch
Control and turning Switch Control Off. You must ALSO go to Recipes > Launch Recipe and change this back to None.
Tutorial 2: Control Music
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a custom Switch Control Recipe that can be used to control music. We will be
using a paper marker on the iOS device screen to mark where the Skip Track Forward button is located and you will need a
small piece of a Post-It-Note to do this. Before starting, make sure you have completed setting up your Hook+ iOS Switch
Interface with two switches or your Blue2 Bluetooth Switch.
1. Orient the device in the direction the user will be using it. This is important because we will be marking a specific
location on the screen of the device for the Switch Control Recipe.
2. On the iOS device open the Music App
3. Select a song so that the music player controls appear on the screen
4. Using a small piece of the Post-It-Note, mark on the screen where the Skip Track Forward button is located. If you
wanted to use the Play/Pause or Skp Track Backwards buttons, you could mark those instead.
Step 4, Post-It-Note
marker over Skip
Track Forward button
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5. Exit out of the Music App. Make sure you leave your Post-It-Note marker on the screen of your iOS device.
6. On the iOS device go to Settings App > General > Accessibility > Switch Control
7. Turn Switch Control Off. If Switch Control is On, the Recipe will not work correctly.
8. Select Recipes
9. Under Recipes select Create New Recipe...
10.Name your recipe Skip Track Forward (if using Blue2, you will need to activate the keyboard button on the side of
Blue2 to get the on-screen keyboard to appear)
11.Select Assign a Switch
12.If using Blue2, choose White (or if using Hook+, choose Next)
13.Select Custom Gesture
14.You will be brought to a screen with instructions. Tap on your Post-It-Note marker and then select Save in the upper
right corner of the screen.
Step 14, Post-It-Note
marker showing
where the Skip Track
Forward button is
located
15.You will now see under Switches that White (or if using Hook+, Next) has been assigned Custom Gesture
16.Make sure Timeout is turned Off
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Step 15, the White
switch has been
assigned a custom
gesture (if using
Hook+ instead of
White you will see
Next)
Step 16, make sure
Timeout is turned off
17.At the top of the screen select Recipes to go back to the main Recipes menu
18.Select Launch Recipe
19.Select Skip Track Forward
After Step 19, you will
see this
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20.At the top of the screen select Recipes to go back to the main Recipes menu
21.At the top of the screen select Switch Control to go back to the man Switch Control menu
22.Turn Switch Control On
23.When Switch Control turns On, you will see a message appear in the middle of your device screen that says Your
switches are configured to use the “Skip Track Forward” recipe.
Step 23, you will see
this warning message
24.On the iOS device, open the Music App. Make sure the iOS device is in the same orientation as it was when you placed
your Post-It-Note marker on the screen.
25.Select a song to bring up the music player controls. Make sure the music is playing before giving the iOS device to the
user. They will only be able to change the song playing.
26.When the user activates the White switch top on Blue2 (or if using Hook+, Switch 2 / Next) and the song will skip to
the next song
27.Once finished with the Music App, you can turn the Recipe Off, by going to Settings App > General > Accessibility >
Switch Control and turning Switch Control Off. You must ALSO go to Recipes > Launch Recipe and change this back to
None.
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Tutorial 3: Cause and Effect with Garage Band
In this tutorial you will learn how to create a Switch Control Recipe for a simple cause and effect activity using Garage
Band. We will be using a paper markers on the iOS device screen to mark where the drums are located and you will need
small pieces of a Post-It-Note to do this. Before starting, make sure you have completed setting up your Hook+ iOS Switch
Interface with two switches or your Blue2 Bluetooth Switch.
1. Orient the device in the direction the user will be using it. This is important because we will be marking a specific
location on the screen of the device for the Switch Control Recipe.
2. On the iOS device open the Garage Band App
3. Under Tracks select Drums
4. Once you select the Drums you will be presented with a full drum set. Place small pieces of the Post-It-Note on three
different drums (you can select less or more than three drums to mark).
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Step 4, Post-It-Note
markers over drums
5. Exit out of the Garage Band App. Make sure you leave your Post-It-Note marker on the screen of your iOS device.
6. On the iOS device go to Settings App > General > Accessibility > Switch Control
7. Turn Switch Control Off. If Switch Control is On, the Recipe will not work correctly.
8. Select Recipes
9. Under Recipes select Create New Recipe...
10.Name your recipe Drum Solo (if using Blue2, you will need to activate the keyboard button on the side of Blue2 to get
the on-screen keyboard to appear)
11.Select Assign a Switch
12.If using Blue2, choose White (or if using Hook+, choose Next)
13.Select Custom Gesture
14.You will be brought to a screen with instructions. Quickly tap all of your Post-It-Note markers multiple times and then
select Save in the upper right corner of the screen. Tapping your Post-It-Not markers needs to be done quickly because
when the user activates their switch it will play your drums back in the same sequence they were recorded in.
15.You will now see under Switches that White (or if using Hook+, Next) has been assigned Custom Gesture
16.Make sure Timeout is turned Off
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Step 15, the White
switch has been
assigned a custom
gesture (if using
Hook+ instead of
White you will see
Next)
Step 16, make sure
Timeout is turned off
17.At the top of the screen select Recipes to go back to the main Recipes menu
18.Select Launch Recipe
19.Select Drum Solo
After Step 19, you will
see this
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20.At the top of the screen select Recipes to go back to the main Recipes menu
21.At the top of the screen select Switch Control to go back to the man Switch Control menu
22.Turn Switch Control On
23.When Switch Control turns On, you will see a message appear in the middle of your device screen that says Your
switches are configured to use the “Drum Solo” recipe.
Step 23, you will see
this warning message
24.On the iOS device, open the Garage Band App. Make sure the iOS device is in the same orientation as it was when you
placed your Post-It-Note marker on the screen.
25.Select the drums.
26.When the user activates the White switch top on Blue2 (or if using Hook+, Switch 2 / Next) the drum solo will play
27.Once finished with the Garage Band App, you can turn the Recipe Off, by going to Settings App > General >
Accessibility > Switch Control and turning Switch Control Off. You must ALSO go to Recipes > Launch Recipe and
change this back to None.
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