Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by Galaxy Tab2 47, Sep 27, 2012.
There are some extra s-pen tips included in box, what do they fit into?
They fit into the S-Pen. Were you being serious?
What does one do use their teeth to pull out the pen tip already in it's holder?
There should be a little tip extractor tool in the box too. Page 39 of the User Guide explains how to extract the old tip and fit a new one.
What user guide? I now noticed the tool thanks.
In the UK I downloaded it from this site:
Thanks for the link it is not on their USA Web. page. Samsung does some strange things.
I thought I'd try finding it on the US site and got to it using this start point:
I used the "Don't know what your model number is ...." part and choose Galaxy Tab, Mobile, Galaxy Tab, Wi Fi Tabs, then choose a model number, then Manuals and Downloads.
Cant think of the last time I actually read a manual. Thats what YouTube is for. Believe me, by the time you start scratching your head, someone else has already done a how-to video.
Ho Hum and have a nice day.
I opened a new thread with this question, but please allow me to use this space to request for your help here too.
I noted the s-pen and/or the S Note app, the keyboard (and the others) on my Note 10.1 (N 8013) are not set to convert handwriting into text. The S Note does not have that button that offers the option of conversion. I have only pen settings, math (f()x), and then the T for the keyboard. The keyboard does not have that button with a pen on it that offers the option for handwriting instead of typing. Instead, I have the setting button that did not lead me to any setting to change this.
How and what could I change this situation so as to enjoy my handwriting fully on this Note? Please help me.