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Phone Basics

Your phone is packed with features that simplify your life and expand your ability to stay connected to the people and information that are important to you. The following topics will introduce the basic functions and features of your phone.

Your Phone’s Layout

This illustration outlines your phone’s basic features.

LED indicator glows or blinks in different colors to show status when the screen is turned off. The LED glows red when charging, and blinks red when the battery is low; blinks blue when a notification has arrived, or when you are recording voice; and glows green when the battery is fully charged and the phone is attached to a charger.

Earpiece lets you hear the caller and automated prompts during calls.

Proximity and Light Sensors detect the presence of objects near the phone, such as when using air gesture or motion settings. For example, while talking on the phone the sensor detects when it’s near your ear and turns off the screen to prevent accidental key presses.

Front Camera allows you to take pictures and videos of yourself.

Power/Lock Key lets you turn the phone on or off, turn the screen on or off, or lock the screen. Press and hold for a Device options menu, where you can turn the phone off or restart it, or for easy access to Airplane mode, and to Mute, Vibrate, and Sound modes.

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Back Key lets you return to the previous screen, or close a dialog box, options menu, the Notification panel, or onscreen keyboard.

Home Key returns you to the home screen. Press and hold to open the recently used applications window, and access Task Manager and Google Search.

Menu Key allows you to access a menu from most of your phone’s screens.

Volume Key adjusts the volume of your phone’s sounds. From the home screen, press to adjust master volume. During calls or playback, press to adjust volume. Press to mute the ringtone of an incoming call.

Infrared transmitter allows you to control other devices, such as a TV, in conjunction with apps like WatchON.

Microphones allow other callers to hear you when you are using the speakerphone, and capture sound during recording.

3.5 mm Headset Jack allows you to plug in either a stereo headset or an optional headset for convenient, hands-free conversations.

Camera lets you take pictures and record videos.

Flash helps illuminate subjects in low-light environments when the camera is focusing and capturing a photo or video.

USB Charger/Accessory Port allows you to connect the charger/USB 3.0 cable

(included) and other optional accessories (not included).

Speaker plays ringtones and sounds. The speaker also lets you hear the caller’s voice in speakerphone mode.

S Pen allows you to input information and interact with your phone.

Temperature and Humidity Sensor measures ambient temperature and humidity, for use with apps like S Health.

Note: Your phone supports USB 3.0 and USB 2.0, and includes a USB 3.0 cable for higher data transfer speeds when connected to another USB 3.0 device. You can also use USB 2.0 cables

(not included) to charge and connect your phone.

Turn Your Phone On and Off

Use the Power/Lock Key to turn the phone On or Off.

Turn Your Phone On or Off

Press and hold the Power/Lock Key.

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The screen remains blank while your phone is off. If the phone is off during charging, the screen displays a charging animation.

Turn Your Screen On and Off

Your phone allows you to quickly turn the screen off when not in use and to turn it back on and unlock it when you need it.

Turn the Screen Off When Not in Use

To quickly turn the screen off, press the Power/Lock Key. Pressing the Power/Lock

Key again will turn on the screen and display the lock screen.

To save battery power, the phone automatically turns off the screen (times out) after a certain period of time when you leave it idle. You will still be able to receive messages and calls while the phone’s screen is off.

Note: For information on how to adjust the time before the screen turns off, see Screen

Timeout .

Turn the Screen On and Unlock It

1. To turn the screen on, press the Power/Lock Key.

2. Unlock the screen:

 If you are using the default screen lock, swipe the screen in any direction to unlock it.

 If you have set up a screen lock, use your screen lock. A screen lock protects your phone’s contents from unauthorized access. For more information about setting a

screen lock, see Screen Lock .

S Pen Overview

Use S Pen and your device to create and collaborate. With S Pen, you can:

Write directly into a Gmail message.

Write directly on the calendar.

Annotate documents (Word, Excel, PPT, PDF).

Write a note on the back of a picture.

Quickly open S-Note from any screen.

Removing S Pen from your Phone

S Pen is stored in your phone to keep it protected and easy to locate.

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■ Slide S Pen from your phone using the notch on the end of the S Pen.

S Pen Settings

Configure S Pen settings, including options for gestures and sounds, and for tracking S Pen when it’s not stored in your device.

■ To access S Pen Settings, tap

> Settings > Controls > S Pen.

Note: For more information about S Pen settings, see S Pen .

Use S Pen

There are several different functions you can perform by using the S Pen.

Easy Clip

Instantly outline and crop images on the screen, in any shape, to share or paste. You can edit the cropped content, or personalize it with your own handwriting.

■ To use Easy Clip, press and hold the S Pen button, and then draw around the image you want to clip, making sure to close the shape. On the pop-up menu, tap the app you want to paste the image into. If you do nothing, the image is stored to Clipboard.

Air Command

Use Air Command to access special features.

1. Hover S Pen over the screen, and then press the S Pen button. On the Air Command menu, tap a feature to launch it. Air Command features include:

Action Memo: Use S Pen to create a memo. For more information about Action

Memo, see Action Memo .

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Scrapbooker: Select items, and then add them to your Scrapbook. Press the S Pen button, and then draw around an area of the screen, being sure to close the loop.

You can select a scrapbook for the new item, or create a new scrapbook.

Screen Write: Capture a screen shot, and then write on the image and save it as a new image.

S Finder: Enter keywords or symbols, and then search for matches on your phone.

Pen Window: Draw a window on the screen, and then choose an app to run in the window.

Launch Action Memo

Action Memo is an application that you can launch from any screen to take quick notes or jot down ideas.

■ To open Action Memo, hold the S Pen button and double-tap the screen.

Note: To find all your action memos, press

Action memo

and tap Apps > Samsung >

Screen Capture

Capture a screen, to share or save for later. After you capture a screen, you can use S Pen to write or draw a note on the screen.

■ To take a screen capture, hold the S Pen button and press and hold the S Pen anywhere on the screen.

Note: After you capture a screen, you can use S Pen to write or draw a note on the screen.

Air View

Air View delivers more functionality with less clicks, making you more productive. Hover S Pen over the screen to preview content, or view information about an item on the screen. For example:

Hover over an email in a list to preview the message before opening it.

Hover over a photo album to preview the contents, or see a picture enlarged.

Hover over the timeline during video playback to preview and navigate to specific scenes.

In Calendar, hover over dates and events to see details

Hover over an icon or screen button to view the item’s title

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Note: To learn about Air View, and to configure options, press

Controls > Air view. For more information, see Air View.

and tap > Settings >

Air Gesture

When Air gesture is turned On, you can control your phone by making specific gestures with your hand above the Gesture sensor, located near the Earpiece at the top of your phone’s screen.

The Air gesture icon displays in the Status bar when you have Air gesture option turned On, and the current app supports Air gestures.

Air gestures include:

Quick glance: When On, you can reach toward the device with the screen off to see important information at a glance.

Air jump: When On, you can scroll the body of email messages in screen-sized jumps.

Air browse: When On, you can move between pictures, pages, or music tracks.

Air call-accept: When On, you can wave your hand over the screen to answer incoming calls.

Note: To learn about Air Gesture, or to configure options, press

> Controls > Air gesture. For more information, see Air Gesture .

and tap > Settings

Motion Gestures

Control your phone with natural movements, like putting the device to your ear to call a contact displayed on the screen, or covering the screen with your hand to mute an incoming call.

Phone Motions

Use Motions to control your phone by moving it in specific ways. Available motions include:

Direct call: When On, you can lift the device to your ear while viewing a contact to call the contact.

Smart alert: When On, you can lift the phone to receive notifications of missed calls and notifications that occurred while the device was stationary.

Zoom: When On, you can tilt the phone to zoom in or out when viewing pictures in

Gallery.

Browse an image: When On, you can move the phone in a side-to-side motion to pan from side to side while viewing an image.

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Mute/pause: When On, you can mute incoming calls and pause playback by turning the phone screen-side down.

Note: To learn about Motions, or to configure options, press

Controls > Motions. For more information, see Motions .

and tap > Settings >

Palm Motions

Use Palm motions to control your device with the palm or side of your hand. Palm motions include:

Capture screen: When On, you can save a copy of the current screen to the clipboard by swiping the side of your hand across the screen.

Mute/pause: When On, you can mute incoming calls and pause playback by covering the screen with your hand.

Note: To learn about Palm motions, or to configure options, press and tap

> Settings > Controls > Palm motion. For more information, see Palm motion .

Smart Screen

Smart screen features allow you to have your phone automatically adjust screen timeout, rotation when it detects you are looking at the screen, and control scrolling and playback based whether you are facing the screen.

Smart screen features include:

Smart stay: The screen will not time out as long as you are looking at it.

Smart rotation: The screen automatically updates to match the angle at which you are viewing it.

Smart pause: The screen automatically pauses video playback when you look away from the screen.

Smart scroll: The screen will scroll according to the tilt of the phone or your face.

Smart screen uses the front camera to detect when you are facing the screen. Some factors that may affect the ability of the front camera to detect your face are:

When the phone is not docked or held upright, for example when placed on a table.

When the front camera cannot detect your face and eyes.

When the front camera is being used for the current application.

When the source of light is behind you, or when using the phone in the dark.

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Note: For more information about Smart screen, and to configure options, press

> Settings > Controls > Smart screen.

and tap

Air View

Air view allows you to hover your finger, or S Pen, over items on the screen to display more information. In Air view settings, you can choose whether your phone recognizes your finger or

S Pen for these features, or detects either automatically.

Air View Pen Options

Use Air view pen options to choose what is displayed when you hover S Pen over items on the screen.

Information preview: Hover over items to display information previews, extended text, or enlarged images, depending on the type of item.

Progress preview: Hover over a progress bar, such as for video playback, to display a scene preview or elapsed playback time.

Speed dial preview: Hover over a speed dial to display the name of the contact assigned to the speed dial.

Icon labels: Hover over an app icon to display the app name.

List scrolling: Hover over the edge of the screen to scroll up or down a list of items.

Note: To learn about Air view pen features, and configure options, press and tap >

Settings > Controls > Air view > Air view pen options. For more information, see Air View .

Air View Finger Options

Use Air view finger options to choose what is displayed when you hover your finger over items on the screen.

Information preview: Hover over items to display information previews, extended text, or enlarged images, depending on the type of item.

Progress preview: Hover over a progress bar, such as for video playback, to display a scene preview or elapsed playback time.

Speed dial preview: Hover over a speed dial to display the name of the contact assigned to the speed dial.

Webpage magnifier: Hover over an area of a webpage to enlarge the content in that area.

Note: To learn about Air view finger features, and configure options, press and tap >

Settings > Controls > Air view > Air view finger options. For more information, see Air View .

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Voice Control

Use spoken commands to control and interact with your phone. Voice control options include:

Incoming calls: When enabled, you can answer or reject calls with the voice commands

“Answer” and “Reject”. When you answer a call with the voice command, the Speaker will automatically be turned on for hands-free talking.

Alarm: When enabled, you can stop or snooze alarms with the voice commands “Stop” and “Snooze”.

Camera: When enabled, you can take pictures with the voice commands “Smile”,

“Cheese”, “Capture” and “Shoot”.

Music: When enabled, you can control the music player with the voice commands

“Next”, “Previous”, “Pause”, “Play”, “Volume Up”, and “Volume Down”.

Configure Voice Control

Enable Voice control features, and learn about using them.

■ Press

and tap > Settings > Controls > Voice control.

Multi Window

Multi Window allows you to use two apps on the same screen, in separate, resizable windows.

Enable Multi Window

Before using Multi window, turn the option On in the Display settings. When Multi window is turned On, you can launch it from any screen by holding the Back Key.

1. Press and tap > Settings > Device.

2. Tap Display, and then tap the ON/OFF switch beside Multi window to turn Multi window On or Off.

Note: You can also enable or disable Multi window from the Notification panel. Sweep your finger down from the Status bar at the top of the screen, and then tap Multi window in Quick settings. You may need to swipe your finger to the right or left over the Quick settings to find

Multi window.

Display Multi Window

After you enable Multi window, you can control whether Multi window displays on the screen, for easy access to its features.

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When Multi Window is enabled and displayed, it appears on the left side of the screen by default. You can drag the tab along the side of the screen, or tap the tab to open Multi Window, and then drag Multi window to another edge of the screen (top, bottom, or side).

■ Touch and hold the

Back Key.

Work With Multi Window

After enabling Multi Window, you can use it to run two apps at the same time. You can launch apps from Multi window, or drag an app to the screen to run multiple apps at the same time.

The apps display together on a split screen. You can switch between the apps, adjust the size of their display on the screen.

You can also use these Multi Window options:

Launch Multiple Apps: When you drag an app from Multi window on top of an open app, both apps display in a split window.

 While using one app, touch the tab to display Multi Window, and then touch and drag an app to the screen.

Adjust the Size of Apps in Multi Window: While using Multi Window, you can adjust the size of the two apps on the screen.

 Touch the border between the windows, and then drag to a new position.

Drag content from one app to the other: In selected apps, you can you can drag text or images between apps.

 Touch the border between the windows, and then tap > to select content and drag it to the other app.

Switch Multi Window App Positions: While using Multi Window, you can switch the position of the app windows on the screen.

 Touch the border between the windows, and then tap >

Open a recent app in Multi Window: You can switch from one app to a previous app.

 Touch the border between the windows, and then tap > to choose a different app.

Close an app: Close one app, and make the other full-screen.

 Touch the border between the windows, and then tap >

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Touch Gestures

Your phone’s touchscreen lets you control actions through a variety of touch gestures.

Tap

When you want to type using the onscreen keyboard, select items onscreen such as application and settings icons, or press onscreen buttons, simply tap them with your finger.

Touch and Hold

To open the available options for an item (for example, a contact or link in a Web page), touch and hold the item.

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Swipe or Slide

To swipe or slide means to quickly drag your finger vertically or horizontally across the screen.

Drag

To drag, touch and hold your finger with some pressure before you start to move your finger.

While dragging, do not release your finger until you have reached the target position.

Flick

Flicking the screen is similar to swiping, except that you need to swipe your finger in light, quick strokes. This finger gesture is always in a vertical direction, such as when flicking the contacts or message list.

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Rotate

For most screens, you can automatically change the screen orientation from portrait to landscape by turning the phone sideways. When entering text, you can turn the phone sideways to bring up a bigger keyboard.

Note: You can control screen rotation with the Auto-rotate screen setting. To make this selection, press and then tap > Settings > Device > Display > Auto rotate screen.

See Auto Rotate Screen for more information.

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Pinch and Spread

“Pinch” the screen using your thumb and forefinger to zoom out or “spread” the screen to zoom in when viewing a picture or a Web page. (Move fingers inward to zoom out and outward to zoom in.)

Tip: Pinching any home screen will let you see thumbnails of all seven home screens. Tap a thumbnail to go straight to another home screen.

Your Home Screen

The home screen is the starting point for your phone’s applications, functions, and menus. You can customize your home screen by adding application icons, shortcuts, folders, widgets, and more. Your home screen extends beyond the initial screen. Swipe the screen left or right to display additional screens.

Note: You can keep swiping in one direction to move through all the home screens, back to the home screen. The indicators above the primary app icons let you know your current screen position.

Tip: Press to return to the main home screen from any other screen.

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Create Shortcuts

Learn how to add, move, or remove items from the home screen.

Add Shortcuts from the Applications Menu

1. Press to display the main home screen, and then swipe left or right to navigate to the desired screen.

2. Tap Apps to display applications, and then scroll to locate your desired application.

3. Touch and hold the application icon, and then drag it to a position on the home screen.

4. Release the shortcut to place it on the screen.

Add Shortcuts from the Home Screen

1. Press to display the main home screen, and then swipe left or right to navigate to the desired screen.

2. Touch and hold an empty area of the home screen, and then tap Apps and widgets.

3. Touch and hold the application icon, and then drag it to a position on the home screen.

4. Release the shortcut to place it on the screen.

Remove a Shortcut

1. Press to display the main home screen.

2. Touch and hold the desired shortcut to unlock it from its location on the current screen.

3. Drag the icon to the Remove icon and release it. As you place the shortcut into the

Trash, both items turn red.

Note: Removing a shortcut does not delete the application, it simply removes the shortcut from the home screen.

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Add and Remove Primary Shortcuts

Primary shortcuts appear at the bottom of the main home screen by default (Phone, Contacts,

Messages, Internet, and Apps).

You can change any of your primary shortcuts, except the Apps shortcut. You can also replace a primary shortcut with a folder.

Note: Before replacing a primary shortcut, you must first add the replacement shortcut to the

Home Screen. For more information, see Create Shortcuts .

Add Primary Shortcuts

1.

Press to display the main home screen.

2.

Scroll the home screen to find the shortcut or folder you want to add as the new primary shortcut.

3.

Touch and hold the new shortcut or folder, and then drag it to the empty space in the row of primary shortcuts. The new primary shortcut or folder will now appear on all home screens.

Replace Primary Shortcuts

1.

Press to display the main home screen.

2.

Touch and hold the primary shortcut you want to replace, and then drag it to an empty space on any home screen.

3.

Scroll the home screen to find the shortcut or folder you want to add as the new primary shortcut.

4.

Touch and hold the new shortcut or folder, and then drag it to the empty space in the row of primary shortcuts. The new primary shortcut will now appear on all home screens.

Move a Primary Shortcut to the Home Screen

1.

Press to display the main home screen.

2.

Touch and hold the primary shortcut you want to move, and then drag it to an empty space on any home screen.

Deleting Primary Shortcuts

1.

Press to display the main home screen.

2.

Touch and hold the primary shortcut you want to delete and then drag it to the Remove icon. As you place the shortcut into the Trash, both items turn red.

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Add and Remove Widgets

Widgets are self-contained applications that reside either in your Widgets tab or on the main or extended home screens. Unlike a shortcut, the Widget appears as an onscreen application.

Widgets can include Contacts shortcuts, bookmarks, Facebook

®

status windows, Gmail and email accounts, and many other types of apps.

Add a Widget

1.

Press to display the main home screen, and then navigate to the desired screen.

2.

Touch and hold an empty area of the home screen, and then tap Apps and widgets >

Widgets.

3.

Touch and hold a widget, and then drag it to a position on the home screen.

4.

Release the widget to place it on the screen.

Tip: You can also add widgets directly from the Widgets screen. From the home screen, tap

Apps, and then tap the Widgets tab to display the Widgets screen.

Remove a Widget

1. Press to display the main home screen.

2. Touch and hold the desired widget. This unlocks it from its location on the current screen.

3. Drag the widget to the Remove icon and release it. As you place the widget into the

Trash, both items turn red.

Note: Removing a widget does not delete the widget, it simply removes the widget from the current screen.

Extended Home Screens

In addition to the main home screen, your phone has up to six extended home screens to provide more space for adding icons, widgets, and more. Touch and hold the icon or widget and then drag across the screen to move from the main screen to an extended screen.

Note: You can have up to seven screens, including the main home screen.

Add a Home Screen

1. Press to display the main home screen.

2. Pinch the screen to display home screen options.

3. Tap + to add a home screen.

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Tip: You can also add a home screen directly from another home screen. Touch and hold an empty area and then tap Page to add a screen.

Remove a Home Screen

1. Press to display the main home screen.

2. Pinch the screen to display home screen options.

3. Touch and hold on a screen, and then drag it to the Trash.

Change the Order of Home Screens

1. Press to display the main home screen.

2. Pinch the screen to display home screen options.

3. Touch and hold on a screen, and then drag it to a new position.

Recent Applications

You can access recently-used applications through a display of shortcuts to the applications themselves.

1. Press and hold from any screen to display recently used applications.

2. Tap an application to open it.

Status Bar and Notification Panel

The Status bar at the top of the home screen provides phone and service status information on the right side and notification alerts on the left. To view notifications, open the Notification panel by touching and holding the Status bar and dragging it down.

Status Icons

Icon Description

Bluetooth

®

is On

Bluetooth

®

paired

Wi-Fi

®

active

Smart screen enabled

Air gesture enabled

Vibrate

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Mute

Speakerphone Active

Network (full signal)

Network (roaming)

3G (data service)

4G (data service)

Airplane Mode

Battery (charging)

Battery (full charge)

Notification Icons

Icon Description

Missed call

New email

New Gmail

New message

New voicemail

Event

USB connection

Updates available

Downloading

Keyboard active

Quick Settings

Use Quick settings at the top of the Notification panel to control popular settings.

Swipe your finger down from the Status bar at the top of the screen to display

Notifications, and then tap a setting to turn the feature On or Off.

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Slide your finger right and left across the settings to see all the options.

Tap at the top of the Notification panel to display more Quick settings.

Notification Panel Settings

From the Notification panel, you can select which features are available in the Notification panel, including brightness adjustment and Quick setting options.

1. Swipe your finger down from the Status bar at the top of the screen to display

Notifications.

2. Tap Quick settings > Edit.

 To replace settings, touch and hold on a button, and drag it to a new position. You can drag buttons from the Available buttons area of the screen to a position in the

Notification panel area, or from the Notification panel area to the Available buttons.

 To select whether or not to select brightness adjustment options from the Notification panel, check or uncheck the Brightness adjustment check box.

Enter Text

You can type on your device using the available touchscreen QWERTY keyboard, or by speaking your inputs.

Text Input Methods

Your device offers several text input methods.

Google voice typing allows you to speak your entries.

Samsung keyboard allows you to enter text by touching keys on a virtual QWERTY keyboard. Samsung keyboard includes optional predictive text, which matches your key touches to common words so you can select a word to insert it into your text.

Swype lets you enter words by swiping across the virtual QWERTY keyboard. Instead of tapping each key, use your finger to trace over each letter of a word. You can also tap letters to enter words.

Select a Default Text Input Method

You can select a default Text Input Method from Settings, or choose on at any time while entering text.

From Settings:

■ Press

and tap > Settings > Controls > Language and input > Default.

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While entering text:

1. From a screen where you can enter text, drag down from the top of the screen to open the Notification panel.

2. Tap Select input method, and then choose a text entry method.

Google Voice Typing

This feature uses Google voice recognition to convert your spoken words into text.

Use Google Voice Typing to Enter Text

1. From a screen where you can enter text, tap the Google Voice Typing key on the keyboard:

 on the Swype keyboard

 on the Samsung keyboard

2. Speak your text, and watch it being entered on the screen. If the text is incorrect, tap

DELETE.

3. Once you have completed entering your text, tap Done. The onscreen keyboard will reappear.

Note: Select a language by tapping the current language displayed in the Listening area. Tap

Add more languages to assign a new language via the Google voice typing menu. Removing the check mark from the Automatic field allows you to select additional languages.

Configure Google Voice Typing

■ Press

and tap > Settings > Controls > Language and input, and then tap

beside Google voice typing.

Samsung Keyboard

With Samsung Keyboard, it's easy to enter text, symbols, and numbers.

Use Samsung Keyboard to Enter Text

1. From a screen where you can enter text drag down from the top of the screen to open the Notification panel, and then tap Select input method > Samsung keyboard.

2. Tap keys to enter text. While entering text, use these options:

 If you make a mistake, tap to delete a whole word or field.

to delete incorrect characters. Touch and hold

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 Tap capitals.

once to capitalize the first letter of a word. Tap twice to switch to all

 Tap to switch to a symbols keyboard, to enter symbols. There are two symbol keyboards.

 Tap to switch to Google Voice typing, to enter text by speaking.

Configure Samsung Keyboard

You can use the Samsung keyboard settings to configure options, such as predictive text,

SwiftKey Flow (entering text by swiping over the letters on the keyboard), key-tap feedback, and more.

■ Press

and tap > Settings > Controls > Language and input, and then tap

beside Samsung keyboard.

– or –

Access settings directly from the keyboard by touching and holding , and then tapping .

Note: For more information about Samsung Keyboard settings, see Samsung Keyboard

Settings .

Swype

Swype lets you enter words by tracing over the letters on the virtual QWERTY keyboard.

Instead of tapping each key, use your finger to trace over each letter of a word. You can also tap letters to enter words.

Swype provides next-letter prediction and regional error correction, which can compensate for tapping the wrong keys on the virtual QWERTY keyboards.

Note: The first time you use Swype, you’ll see an onscreen tutorial. Follow the prompts to see helpful tips on using Swype.

Use Swype to Enter Text

1. From a screen where you can enter text drag down from the top of the screen to open the Notification panel, and then tap Select input method > Swype.

2. Swipe your finger continuously over the letters to form a word. As you swipe over letters, words matching your pattern display at the top of the Swype keyboard. To enter a word, lift your finger, or tap a word at the top of the keyboard.

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3. While entering text, use these options:

 If you make a mistake, tap to delete a single character. Touch and hold to delete an entire word or field.

 By default, Swype starts with a capital at the beginning of text. Tap to start with a capital letter, or tap twice to enter all capitals.

 Tap to switch to a symbols keyboard, and then tap keys to enter symbols.

Configure Swype

■ Press

and tap

beside Swype.

> Settings > Controls > Language and input, and then tap

– or –

From the Swype keyboard, touch and hold .

Note: For more information about Swype settings, see Swype Settings .

Tips for Editing Text

These tips allow you to cut or copy selected text and paste it into a separate selected area.

1. In a text entry field, double-tap the text.

2. Touch and drag the sliders to highlight and select the desired text.

3. Tap an onscreen option from the Edit text menu bar. You can drag your finger along the menu bar to see all the options:

Select all: Highlights all the text in the field.

Cut: Removes the selected text and saves it to the clipboard.

Copy: Copies the selected text to the clipboard.

Translate: Launch S Translator to translate the selected text. (This option appears if you have downloaded and installed the S Translator app from the

Samsung group of apps.)

Paste: Insert the last copied or cut text into the current field.

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Clipboard: Display the clipboard to choose previously cut or copied text.

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  • Android 4.3

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Frequently Answers and Questions

How do I set up my Galaxy Note 3?
Refer to the 'Set Up Your Phone' section of the provided user guide for detailed instructions on how to set up your Galaxy Note 3.
How do I use the S Pen?
Refer to the 'Use S Pen' section of the provided user guide for detailed instructions on how to use the S Pen.
How do I take a screenshot?
Press and hold the Power key and the Volume Down key simultaneously.

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