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To turn off RTT (Real-Time Text) on Android, you can follow these general steps:

Open the Phone or Dialer app on your Android device.

Tap the menu icon (usually three dots) or the settings icon within the app. It may be located in the top-right corner or within the app's menu.

Look for the "Settings" or "Call Settings" option and tap on it.

Within the settings, you may find an option related to RTT or Real-Time Text. The exact location and naming may vary depending on your device's manufacturer and Android version.

Tap on the RTT or Real-Time Text option to access its settings.

You should see a toggle switch or an option to disable RTT. Switch it off or uncheck the box to disable RTT functionality.

Once disabled, you can exit the settings menu.

Please be aware that the procedures may differ significantly based on the maker of your device and the Android version it is running. Try searching for "RTT," "Real-Time Text," or "Accessibility" in your device's settings search box if you can't find the precise option stated above to find the appropriate settings more quickly.

Please let me know the brand and model of your Android device if you're still having difficulties locating the option to disable RTT so that I can provide you more detailed instructions if necessary.

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