S-Pen

Video shows how to get your S-Pen unstuck in Galaxy Note 5

We’ve heard the arguments pro and against Samsung regarding this whole "S-Pen gets stuck if you put it in backwards in the Galaxy Note 5, from the humorous to the ridiculous to the rational. But the more important thing now, moving forward, particularly for the owners of the newest phablet from the Korean OEM is: “what do you do when your S-Pen actually gets stuck there???” Fortunately, a YouTube tech channel has found a simple and truly inexpensive way to set it free.

Site shows details on why putting S Pen wrong will damage your Galaxy Note 5

There have been endless discussions, heated debates and finger pointing regarding the supposed “design flaw” of the Galaxy Note 5 that obviously damages your device when you put in your S Pen backwards. But whether Samsung should have designed it better or people should be smarter when using their devices, some may be curious about what does happen when you put it in wrong and why it will sometimes irreparably damage your phablet. 9 to 5 Google gave a great explanation as to the process and what you can do (if anything).

Note 5 hands-on videos showcase the new S-Pen, sleek design, and advanced camera

After the Galaxy S6 edge+ hands-on videos, here are two videos published by Samsung to give us a preview of what the new Galaxy Note 5 can do. This mobile device has been built to help us do more, made possible by the newly redesigned S-Pen that can now be ejected from under the phone. It features a new Air Command feature on the interface allows you to add apps for easier and quicker access. You can even delete or reposition those apps to either left or right side of the screen.

First Samsung Galaxy Note 5 TV ad shows off its brand new S-Pen

The first ever TVC for the newly announced Samsung Galaxy Note 5 has arrived, and based on what they’re showing off in this video, the S-Pen really is the crowning glory of their latest phablet. The ad doesn’t have any bells and whistles yet, meaning there isn’t any attempt to be funny nor is it a high-concept video. it’s simply a showcase of what you can do now that the S-Pen has been made more powerful and usable.

New images of Samsung Galaxy Note 5 prototype spotted

Expect more leaks, rumors, and rendered images to come out especially that it's less than two weeks before Samsung is going to unveil the new Galaxy Note 5 and the Galaxy S6 Edge Plus in a special tech event in New York City. New pictures of what's believed to be a prototype unit of the Note 5 recently surfaced, giving us a closer look of the next-gen Note 5. Before these photos were sighted, a user agent profile of the device was also discovered, telling us that it will have a microSD card slot.

Samsung filed patent for ejectable pen for a new Galaxy Note

While Samsung's Galaxy Note and its S-Pen is unlike no other phablet (or smartphone) in the market right now, there's always room for improvement. One of the things that users have been asking for is an easier way to handle the S-Pen, especially for times when all you can use temporarily is one hand. Well, it looks like Samsung us listening to you as a document in the US Patent and Trademark Office reveals the OEM's plans for an ejectable pen in their New Note.

Galaxy Tab A with S Pen to be available in South Korea soon

Tablets with great built-in functioning styluses or smart pens are surprisingly still a rarity in the market. So whenever something comes up, we get a bit excited. If you're living in South Korea and on the lookout for one, then you might want to keep your eyes peeled for the Samsung Galaxy Tab A with S Pen, which will be available there starting this May. It may not be the most high-end of tablets, but this S Pen is definitely an advantage for this tablet.

Samsung Galaxy Tab A 8.0 spotted at TENAA

The Samsung Galaxy Tab A was quietly launched in Russia last month and soon, another 9.7-inch version was announced in Germany which will be available this coming May. The German Galaxy Tab A will be out in two variants: WiFi and LTE. True enough, the Chinese version of the Tab A was also spotted in two forms. Tablet was recently approved by TENAA, the Chinese FCC, which means the device will be out in the Chinese market very soon. However, China isn't getting a 9.7-incher but rather the 8-inch version according to the certification sighted.

Parallels Access update: file manager, PC-to-PC remote access, S-Pen integration

For the average digital person, normally you work or study using not just one gadget, but most likely 3 (or more): a computer/laptop, a tablet and a smartphone. So cross-platform solutions are not just a want, but a must-have, if you work on various devices running on different platforms as well. One of those apps is Parallels Access, and the latest update will make it even easier to work and access files, wherever you may be, whatever gadget you may be working on.

Samsung boasts of S Pen capabilities in new video

A new video released by Samsung to highlight the capabilities of its S Pen in the Galaxy Note 4 may not be the most inventive, but it does get the job done. The enhanced S Pen is one of the selling points of the newest member of the Note family and this video might give you a case of Pen envy as you see all the cool and useful things that it can do.
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