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I want to use calculator and have S-Note open via Multi Window. Is this possible?

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Whoodah Thunkit, Jan 15, 2013.

  1. Whoodah Thunkit

    Thread Starter

    I wrote down a few figures on an S-Note. While I had it open, I wanted to add these figures with the calculator app.

    Is there a way to use the calculator with the multi window feature?

    I see where you can edit the apps in the little slide out bar but I don't know how.

    thanks in advance.

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  2. evohicks

    evohicks Android Expert

    Open calculator, then pull out s pen, either a note will pop up or just press the s pen button and double tap.
    Now you can move the s note around while using the calculator and alternate between each.
    I am on android version 4.1 and I don't think that will enable the multiscreen with s note and the calculator as you requested.
  3. TheOtherBill

    TheOtherBill Well-Known Member

    I just played around with this. Only S-Note appears in the multi-window bar. It seems the only way to do it easily is with popup note as you said. Using the full screen S-note means you have to use the home button to switch between apps.
  4. drexappeal

    drexappeal Extreme Android User

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  5. JustDriftin

    JustDriftin Well-Known Member

    S-Note will work in multi-view, the calculator isn't configured to work in multi-view. If you didn't mind moving the bar, separating the programs, up or down and have access to all apps in multi-view you can make it work to a degree.
  6. Bodestone

    Bodestone Android Enthusiast

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  7. Wiley_11

    Wiley_11 Android Enthusiast

    Thanks! :D This app is awesome on the Note II. :rock:
  8. donec

    donec Well-Known Member

    It sure looks better but it doesn't have the memory feature. If it did I think it would be perfect.
  9. donec

    donec Well-Known Member

    Thats cool it even has the memory feature just wish it looked better.

    Opps! It doesn't seem to work right when I do 6x3= it gives 6.0 and that is all. Well it does work but but not the way I am used to one working. I think it would be called a financial calculator. Because when you type 6*3 it expects you to continue with more functions like another multiplication or addition instead getting your answer by hitting equal. Looks like air calc is better for me.

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