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Set Up Voicemail On Samsung Galaxy

How to Set Up Voicemail On Samsung Galaxy
Set Up Voicemail On Samsung Galaxy - Your Samsung voicemail and password should have been set up initially by your wireless service provider when the device was activated. Learn how to setup, settings, access from Samsung Galaxy or other device. If you are having issues accessing your voicemail, please contact your wireless service provider.

Set Up Voicemail On Samsung Galaxy

Access voicemail on Samsung Galaxy by listening to the messages or by reading them in the visual voicemail application on your on Samsung Galaxy series.

Manual to Set Up Voicemail On Samsung Galaxy

Screens Display and settings available may vary by wireless service provider and software version.
    Manual to Set Up Voicemail On Samsung Galaxy
  1. From the Home screen, touch Apps .
  2. Touch Phone .
  3. Touch and hold the number 1 or, if available, touch . The icon is displayed at the top of your screen when you have a voicemail.
How to access voicemail on Samsung Galaxy
Access Voicemail from Samsung Galaxy
  1. From a Home screen, tap the Phone (located in the lower-left).
    • If not available, navigate: Apps Apps icon > Phone.
  2. From the Keypad (green icon located at the bottom), touch and hold the number 1.
    • Alternate method: Enter *86 (*VM) then tap the Send icon.
  3. If prompted, enter the voice mail password then press the # key.
Access Voice mail from a different Phone or when Outside the service provider coverage area:
  1. Call your 10-digit mobile number.
  2. If dialing from an international location, you need a Place an International Call for additional assistance.
  3. As soon as the Voice Mail greeting starts, press the # key then enter the Voice Mail password.
  4. If prompted, re-enter the mobile number.

Set Up Voicemail Guide

This article applies only to Basic Voicemail for sample from Verizon Wireless USA. It's show you how to set up Voicemail, add a pause so that a PIN can be entered and voicemail accessed without entering a PIN each time.

Voicemail Tutorial
Set Up Voicemail On Samsung Galaxy

Updating Voicemail service on your Galaxy phone. If you've been notified of these changes, you need to set up a new voicemail box in order to receive new voice messages.

How to Set Up Voicemail On Samsung Galaxy
Learn set up voicemail by follow this voice mail manual instuctions:
  1. Call *86 (*VM) from the handset or the 10-digit mobile number from another phone.
  2. If a system greeting is played, press the Pound key (#) immediately to interrupt the greeting.
  3. Follow the instructions for choosing the language options then press the # key to confirm the choice.
  4. Press 1 for English then press the # key to confirm.
  5. When prompted, enter the 4-7digit password then press the # key.
  6. If setting up the password for the first time, it can't have repeating digits (e.g., 1111) or consecutive digits (e.g., 1234).
  7. When prompted, say the signature (or name) then press the # key.
  8. To confirm the signature (or name), press the # key.
  9. When prompted, say the greeting then press the # key.
  10. To confirm the greeting, press the # key.
  11. To set up additional features, refer to Voicemail Options for assistance.
We hope this manual / tutorial help you to setup voicemail on Samsung Galaxy, settings, access from Samsung Galaxy or other device. If you are having issues, more settings and accessing your voicemail, you can contact your service provider to better solutions.

Restore Samsung Galaxy To Factory Settings

How to Restore Samsung Galaxy To Factory Settings
Restore Samsung Galaxy To Factory Settings - Restore your device’s settings or perform a factory data reset. You can reset and restore all settings and network settings back as a new from the official Samsung. By reading this manual will help and guide you to restore Samsung Galaxy to Factory settings also set the device to restart at a preset time for device optimisation or device freezes or hangs, you may need to close apps

Restore Samsung Galaxy To Factory Settings

You can set your device to perform a factory data reset if you enter the unlock code incorrectly several times in a row and reach the attempt limit. If you got most Galaxy prolems, follow this instrustion manual:

Restarting the device
  • If your device freezes or hangs, you may need to close apps or turn off the device and turn it on again.
Forcing restart / Hard Reset
  • If your device is frozen and unresponsive, press and hold the Power key and the Volume Down key simultaneously for more than 7 seconds to restart it.

Reset and Restore To Factory Settings
Samsung Manual to reset facory settings:
  • Launch the Settings app, tap Lock screen and security → Secure lock settings, and then tap the Auto factory reset switch to activate it.

Your device freezes or encounters a fatal error
  • Try the following solutions. If the problem is still not resolved, contact a Samsung Service Centre.
Manual Resetting the Samsung Galaxy

Restore Samsung Galaxy To Factory SettingsBefore performing the factory data reset, remember should make backup copies of all important data stored in the device before you got problems or upgrade to new device. Encrypt SD card will set the device to encrypt files on a memory card. If you reset your device to the factory defaults with this setting enabled, the device will not be able to read your encrypted files. Disable this setting before resetting the device. If you registered a Google account to the device, you must sign in to the same Google account after resetting the device. If the methods above do not solve your problem, perform a factory data reset.

How to Restore Samsung Galaxy To Factory Settings
Samsung User Guide to reset facory settings some people said master reset:
  • Launch the Settings app and tap General management → Reset → Factory data reset →RESET → DELETE ALL.
Restore Samsung Galaxy
Sync, back up, or restore your Samsung Galaxy device’s data using Samsung Cloud. You can also register and manage accounts, such as your Samsung account or Google account, or transfer data to or from other devices via Smart Switch.
  • On the Settings screen, tap Cloud and accounts.
Regularly back up your data to a safe location, such as Samsung Cloud or a computer, so that you can restore it if the data is corrupted or lost due to an unintended factory data reset.
  1. Samsung Cloud: Manage the content that you want to store securely in Samsung Cloud. Check the usage status of your Samsung Cloud storage, and sync, back up, and restore your data.
  2. My Profile: Manage your personal information and Samsung account details.
  3. Accounts: Add your Samsung and Google accounts, or other accounts, to sync with.
  4. Backup and restore: Keep your personal information, app data, and settings safe on your device. You can back up your sensitive information and access it later. You must sign in to your Google or Samsung account to back up or restore data.
  5. Smart Switch: Launch Smart Switch and transfer data from your previous device.
Restore Samsung Galaxy To Factory Settings
Back up data and Restore from Samsung Cloud
Back up data from your previous device to Samsung Cloud and restore the data to your new device. You must register and sign in to your Samsung account to use Samsung Cloud.

Backing up Samsung Galaxy Data
  1. On your previous device, sign in to your Samsung account.
  2. Launch the Settings app, select the backup option, and back up your data.
    • If your device supports Samsung Cloud, launch the Settings app, tap Cloud and accounts → Samsung Cloud → Backup settings, and then back up your data.
    • The data backup method may vary depending on your model.
    • Some data will not be backed up. To check which data will be backed up, launch the Settings app, tap Cloud and accounts → Samsung Cloud → Backup settings.
Restoring Samsung Galaxy data
  1. On your new device, launch the Settings app and tap Cloud and accounts → Samsung Cloud → Restore.
  2. Tap and select the previous device from the devices list.
  3. Tick the data types you want to restore and tap RESTORE NOW.

Back up and Restore Secure Folder on Samsung Galaxy Series

Back up content and apps in Secure Folder to Samsung Cloud using your Samsung account and restore them later.

Back up Secure Folder Data
  1. Launch the Secure Folder app and tap → Settings → Backup and restore.
  2. Tap Add account and register and sign in to your Samsung account.
  3. Tap Back up Secure Folder data.
  4. Tick items you want to back up and tap BACK UP NOW.
Data will be backed up to Samsung Cloud.
Restoring Secure Folder Data
  1. Launch the Secure Folder app and tap → Settings → Backup and restore.
  2. Tap Restore backup.
  3. Select a device and the data types you want to restore and tap RESTORE NOW.
Backed up data will be restored to your Samsung Galaxy device.

Backup and Restore Samsung Galaxy

Keep your personal information, app data, and settings safe on your device. You can back up your sensitive information and access it later. You must sign in to your Google or Samsung account to back up or restore data.

Using a Samsung account
  • On the Settings screen, tap Cloud and accounts → Backup and restore → Backup settings for the Samsung account, tap the switches next to the items you want to back up to activate them, and then tap BACK UP NOW.
Data will be backed up to Samsung Cloud.

Automatically back up data
  • To set the Samsung Galaxy to automatically back up data, tap the AUTO BACK UP switch to activate it.
Restore From Samsung Cloud
  1. To restore backup data from Samsung Cloud using a Samsung account, tap Restore.
  2. Select a device and the data types you want to restore and tap RESTORE NOW. The selected data will be restored to your Samsung Galaxy.
Back Up Using a Google account
  1. On the Settings screen, tap Cloud and accounts → Backup and restore
  2. Tap the Back up my data switch for the Google account to activate it.
  3. Tap Backup account and select an account as the backup account.
Restore Using Google account
  1. To restore data using a Google account
  2. Tap the Automatic restore switch to activate it.
  3. When you reinstall apps, backed up settings and data will be restored.
Samsung Galaxy Tips:

Always make backup copies of all important data stored in the Samsung Galaxy series. Otherwise, you cannot restore data if it is corrupted or lost. Samsung is not responsible for the loss of data stored in the device.

How To Set Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
How To Set Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 - The Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Service is not designed for use by children without their parent's supervision. Official Samsung do not knowingly collect any personal information from children under the age of eighteen, Learn here in bestvphones how to set parental controls on Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 / S3, so we can setup a safe gadgdet to our children.

How To Set Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

Samsung ask that anyone under the age of sixteen (16) not submit any personal information through the Service. It’s impossible to keep tabs on your child’s internet habits on your own. This is where Android parental controls step in to help you keep your children safe and protected in today’s connected world. Your child’s first digital playground. Kids Mode is a treasure trove of fun, child-safe content. A simple setup is all you need in order to get started on your Galaxy Tab 3 / Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, Galaxy smartphone or tablet. Your child’s happiness and safety is guaranteed with Kids Mode. With Kids Mode, your child can roam free on your Samsung Galaxy device

Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

Protect your child from accessing potentially harmful content by setting up a PIN to prevent your child from exiting Kids Mode. A parental control feature allows you to both set limits to your child’s usage and customize the content you make available. Kids Mode is fun that’s designed for children There’s just so much to see and do in the Kids Mode app. Your child can dress up their newly favorite characters, play games with them and dance along to the songs they sing. It’s a world of fun that never ends.

How To Set Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3?

Download a range of additional free and paid apps from the Kids Store accessible in Kids Mode. Take your pick from around 1,000 apps designed to help children to learn as well as play. Let your kids enjoy language-learning apps, age appropriate math apps and more that also feature a range of popular cartoon characters. A safe, secure and fun application for your children to learn and play
How To Set Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
  1. Animated home screen with customisable characters and an easy to use interface
  2. Exclusive applications for your children including a fun camera, voice changer and colouring book
  3. Safe from unintentional in-app purchases and always under the parent’s control
Various applications sorted by age and category available in a special Kids Store, (where parents authorise the download), including educational apps, fun digital toys, games featuring their favourite TV characters and wonderful story books

Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Kids Mode

To provide quality service in Kids Mode and its basic kids apps, it needs below app access privilege. (Mandatory Access Privilege)
  1. Storage : (Kids Mode) To set media files (photo/video/music), which can be allowed in the parent control.
  2. (Kids Camera, Kids Drawing) To save media files (photo/video/drawing) on device, which are created in the apps.
  3. (Kids Video, Kids Music, Kids Gallery) To read media files (video/music/photo) from device.
  4. Phone : (Kids Mode) To check the call status when opening and using Kids Mode.
  5. (Kids Camera, Kids Music, Kids Magic Voice) To control camera, music play, recording function during a call.
  6. Camera : (Kids Camera) To use camera, video function in the app.
  7. (Kids House) To use camera function in 3D dancing game.
  8. Contacts : (Kids Mode) To add contacts, which can be allowed in the parent control.
  9. Microphone : (Kids Camera, Kids Magic Voice) To use video, recording function in the apps.
  10. SMS : (Kids Camera) To check the message while using Kids Camera.

How to Download Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3

Go to the Google Play download page in a new window Click Download Parental Control App
Go to the Galaxy Apps store download page in a new window search Kids Mode


How to use Parental Contol App

Safe is priority to children. Here the manual should you know to set Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3:
Galaxy Tab 3 Kids Mode Manual

  1. Download & Install
    • Use Kids Mode with ease. All you need to do is download and install the app.
  2. Create PIN code
    • Enter your PIN. Enter your PIN to activate the child protection function or to close Kids Mode.
  3. Manage profiles
    • Register your child’s profile information. You can add information (and photos) for up to six children. Check on your child’s usage through this screen.
  4. Parental control
    • Set a time limit on your child’s usage and ensure they are only accessing child-safe contents on your device.
  5. Kids Mode settings
    • You can set further restrictions on the use of the Back button. You can also change your PIN or revert to default Kids Mode settings. from the child protection > more views > setup menu.
  6. Kids Mode app
    • The Kids Mode home screen lets you access the Kids Drawing, Kids Music, Kids Magic Voice and Kids Video apps, as well as other apps you have downloaded from the Kids Store.
Tips: In Galaxy Apps, please get Kids Mode on Galaxy Essentials page.

Kids mode Manual

Galaxy Tab S3 Kids Mode Manual
Opening for the first time

  1. From the Home screen, tap Apps > Kids Mode .
  2. Setup a PIN code.
  3. Enter the Name and Date of birth for the Kids Mode profile. Tap Next to continue.
  4. Tap Accept on the Disclaimer to continue.
  5. Tap Skip if you would like to add applications later or Next if you have chosen applications to allow.
  6. Touch Finish to complete setup.
  7. From the Home screen, tap Apps > Kids Mode.
  8. Setup a PIN code.
  9. Enter the Name and Date of birth for the Kids Mode profile. Tap Next to continue.
  10. Tap Accept on the Disclaimer to continue.
  11. Tap Skip if you would like to add applications later or Next if you have chosen applications to allow.
  12. Touch Finish to complete setup.
  13. If you forgot or lost your PIN code for Kids Mode app, you can re-install and reset the app.
Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 Guide
Kids Mode Tutorial

Exiting Kids mode without the PIN

You will lose all saved profiles and saved settings for Kids Mode app. You will need to re-install the app and setup new profile and PIN code.
  1. Briefly hold down the power button and touch Power Off .
  2. Touch POWER OFF to confirm.
  3. With the device turned OFF, press and hold the Power button.
  4. Release the Power button once the Samsung logo appears, then press and hold the Volume Down button until the device starts up.
  5. The device will start up in Safe mode.
To Exit from Safe mode,
    How To Set Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
  1. Hold the Power button and touch Restart.
  2. Touch RESTART to confirm.
How to Un-install Kids Mode
  1. From the Home screen, touch Apps .
  2. Touch More options > Uninstall/disable apps.
  3. Touch on the Kids mode app to uninstall.
  4. Touch UNINSTALL to confirm deletion.
Once your device reboots, touch the Kids Mode app to Download and re-install the app.

How to Use Android Parental Controls to Keep Your Children Safe Online

In today’s world, kids are more connected than ever through their phones, computers, and anything with a screen attached. While these connections let children grow as people, create new bonds, and even find new ways to entertain themselves, the internet isn’t all sunshine and rainbows. It was reported that nearly 40% of children aged eight to eleven access the internet every day. These statistics have only gone up since then as access to the internet is easier and easier to come by, even without you knowing about it.Not everything online is dangerous, but a child browsing and using the internet will eventually come across something harmful if they’re unprotected, uneducated about the dangers, and unsupervised.

Before you can keep your little one safe, you need to understand what you’re protecting them from. Not every game, or everything on the internet is out to get them, but without proper supervision or strategies, your children could be exposed to a world full of violent media, information thieves, cyber bullying, pornographic content, and sexual predators.

There is significant benefit to letting your kids have access to the internet. From educational games, access to almost infinite knowledge and resources, and entertainment options from music to movies, there is much to be gained from allowing your children some online access. But assuming it’s all ok is na├»ve, and not all of the potential threats come from a person on the other side of the screen. Apps can compromise children’s privacy and be as much of a risk online as a cyberbully or other threat.

If you don’t think it’s possible that your child could ever be involved in anything dangerous online; in March 2015, during a survey, over 60% of surveyed parents had children under the age of 18 who made unauthorized purchases online. Nearly a year has passed since then, and with the rise of technology, this number can only increase if children aren’t monitored, or given proper online strategies to stay safe. There are three major ways you can make sure your children stay safe with Android online. I’ll go into these topics with more depth later, but for now, look at these examples.

Parental Control Tips:
    How To Set Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
  1. Don’t be afraid to educate your children on the dangers of online threats. For children over the age of 13, this is particularly effective.
  2. Explain safe use strategies about using social media to protect their identity.
  3. Warn them of the dangers of cyberbullying and its effects.
  4. Communicate with them about their internet habits, and your own.
  5. Try to get involved with your kids using Android devices.
    • Use Android’s built in systems to keep younger kids safe:
    • Use systems like screen pinning to make sure young children don’t access forbidden parts of your Android.
    • Enable different user profiles that have limiting features.
    • Set time limits for Android use with young children.
  6. Enable child safety apps for kids with their own Android devices:
    • Download and enable apps that are difficult to remove to bar children from unauthorized content.
    • Use apps to monitor their online activities from a young age to make sure they’re safe.
    • Install apps that aren’t intrusive, but provide a safer environment.

When your children are the right age, remember to educate them properly about the internet and its use. There will no doubt be times where they use the internet without supervision, so it’s crucial that they understand what is acceptable, and safe to engage in.

Let’s start Samsung Galaxy Tab 3 to parents with social media. Since almost every child in this generation uses Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, or Tumblr, it’s important that your children know about proper online etiquette, and how to keep themselves safe from online threats.

Author Tricia C. Bailey has compiled some great Do’s and Don’ts, and general information about talking to your kids about social media, with some helpful information from experts in the field.


Taking on the topic of cyberbullying follows closely behind social media. Preventing cyberbullying, learning to how deal with it when it happens, and reporting cyberbullying are all about awareness. If you don’t where to start about cyberbullying, stopbullying.gov is a great resource for prevention, help, and is good at teaching both parents, and children.

Gaming on Android is an easier topic to grasp, but harder to approach. When buying games offline in a brick and mortar store, age ratings are there to warn you as the parent about what your child will experience. Games in the Google Play Store, or even other places, have rating systems in place, but there are few barriers to underage downloads.

Unless you individually approve all the games your kids play on their Android devices, or set up a system that prevents them from being downloaded, restricting access to something like this is difficult.

When you can, talk to your kids about what games you feel comfortable with them playing if you’re afraid they’re playing anything they’re not yet equipped to handle.

Using Built-in Android Systems to Keep Your Kids Safe


The reason why the age range for this section is so low is because kids older than six can work their way around these systems easily enough. A child who’s five or younger won’t figure out a way to undo the protection.

This is as easy to setup like an explain as it is to complete. All you need is access to the Google Play Store, and a good enough memory, or a piece of paper so you don’t forget the password you set.
  1. Launch the Play Store, Access the Google Play Store from your home screen, or app drawer.
  2. Go to Your Play Store Settings
  3. Once you’re in the Play Store, either tap the hamburger menu (three stacked horizontal lines) in the Google Play search bar, or swipe from the left of the screen to bring up an extra menu shade.
  4. Once here, scroll down until you reach Settings, and then tap that option.
  5. Parental Controls and Key Creation
  6. Start scrolling down again, and eventually you’ll see the Parental controls option.
  7. Tap it, and then enable the new controls for your current user profile. Create a PIN or password you can easily remember, and then test the controls yourself to see if the restrictions are working, and suit your needs.
Another Tips Set Parental Controls On Samsung Galaxy Tab 3
Curious youngsters are endlessly fascinated by all that the powerful Galaxy Tab 3 can do. While trouble can come from leaving personal and financial information unguarded in hands of children dabbling on the web, setting parental controls on the Galaxy Tab 3 is an easy way to keep sensitive information safe. By safeguarding the Google Play online media store and utilizing feature-rich parental control apps, parents can relax while kids poke and swipe the Android tablet as they please, within reason.


Block or Filter Google Play

Apps such as Perfect App Protector and App Locker II allow users to set a pin or passcode to restrict the use of individual apps, including Google Play. This is certainly an effective way of preventing kids from accessing content in Google's media store. Another route is to access the Android-based content filter settings within the Google Play interface, where there are options for content filtering as well as requiring authentication for purchases.

Do Content Filtering

Apps are rated from "Everyone" up through low, medium, and high maturity levels, based on their content. In Google Play's content filtering options, parents can designate what app rating remains visible in the app store. This blocks the appearance of apps that includes content that may be inappropriate for kids.
Password for Purchases

While the content may be safe, some downloadable video games and apps for kids cost money, which parents may not wish to spend. Parents can prevent unauthorized spending by setting a password for purchases. This option is referred to within the Google Play settings menu as "requiring authentication for purchases."

Download a Parental Control App

Fortunately, a variety of effective and convenient parental control apps are available for download that give parents peace of mind through the ability to monitor usage, set screen time limits, view browser history, filter the web, and track the whereabouts of the Samsung tablet via GPS, among other controls.

MobileMinder App

MobileMinder is a full-spectrum app that covers all the bases of parental control. It provides parents with the power to filter a younger user's web experience, block any app or game, and examine and edit the stored gallery of images taken by the device's camera. It also includes communication features, such as text and phone record access, to see with whom, what, and how often a child communicates with other people through the tablet.

Mobile Fence blocks designated apps and websites, and monitors all activities on a device, including the amount of time spent on websites and apps. It tracks the location of the device and sends notifications when the device leaves designated "safe zones." It also has gameplay and overall device time limiting features, to curb usage altogether.
Screen Time Parental Control

This app is focused more on budgeting a child's usage of the Android device than on security, although it does provide an app-blocking function. It provides clever controls such as blocking games but allowing reading after bedtime, and blocking social media but allowing educational apps while at school. It also sets up a system of screen-time rewards for certain chores and tasks.

SecureTeen Parental Control App

The SecureTeen app provides monitoring and alert settings for parents to stay up to date on their kids' social media activities, including Facebook and Instagram. It also includes app blocking, GPS location tracking, and web filtering by keyword, all from a parent's computer, where settings are convenient and secure.

Hope you already keep safe children in place for Android devices to help keep your kids safety. Whether this is something on your own phone or tablet when you hand it off for someone else’s use, or an Android device with kids specifically in mind.

Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Features and Tutorial

Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Tutorial
Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Features and Tutorial - The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 features a new S Pen with an 9.7-inch Super AMOLED display (2048×1536), Snapdragon 820 processor, 4GB RAM, 32GB storage with microSD expansion, 13MP rear camera, USB Type-C port (USB 3.1), fingerprint sensor, WiFi/LTE/Bluetooth, 6000mAh battery with Fast Charging, and Android 7.0 Nougat and Samsung’s Update. Read here how to be a master using Samsung S Pen on Tab S3.

Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Features and Tutorial

This Galaxy Tab S3 comes in silver or black, WiFi or LTE models. Samsung upgrade this tablet as great milti media media and productivity device with enhanced S Pen that is bigger and more comfortable to use when getting creative or getting work done.This Galaxy Tab S3 tutorial will explain S Pen features and how to use the S Pen shortcuts and gestures. You can use the S Pen on Tab S3, for a number of tasks from note-taking to drawing artwork, editing photos, creating presentations and more. You should has read our Galaxy S3 Manual before.

Air command is a menu that provides to Tab S3 S Pen features and quick access to frequently used apps.
  • To open the Air command panel, detach the S Pen from the slot or hover the S Pen over the screen and press the S Pen button. You can also tap the Air command icon with the S Pen.
When the screen is off or certain security features are activated, removing the S Pen will not open the Air command panel, you can choose :
  1. Create note
  2. Add shortcuts
  3. Smart select
  4. Screen write Air command icon
  5. Translate
Galaxy Tab S3 Air command settings
To add shortcuts to frequently used apps or functions to the Air command panel.
  • On the Air command panel, tap Add shortcuts and select apps or functions to open from the panel.
Alternatively, open the Air command panel and tap → Shortcuts.

Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen features
Activate various S Pen features from the Air command panel. The shortcuts that do not appear on the panel by default can be added by using the Add shortcuts feature.
Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Features and Tutorial
  1. Create note: Launch Samsung Notes and create a new note.
  2. Smart select: Use the S Pen to select an area and perform actions, such as sharing or saving.
  3. Screen write: Capture screenshots to write or draw on them or crop an area from the captured image.
  4. Translate: Hover the S Pen over a word to translate it.
  5. Magnify: Hover the S Pen over an area of the screen to enlarge it.
  6. Glance: Reduce an app to a thumbnail and hover the S Pen over the thumbnail to open the app in full screen view.
  7. Add shortcuts: Add shortcuts to frequently used apps to the Air command panel.
Air command icon
Read this manual first, when the Air command panel is closed, the Air command icon will remain on the screen. You can open the Air command panel by tapping the icon with the S Pen Tab S3.
  1. To move the icon, tap and drag it to a new location.
  2. To remove the icon, tap and hold and drag it to Remove at the top of the screen.
If the Air command icon does not appear on the screen, open the Apps screen, tap Settings → Advanced features → S Pen → Air command, and then tap the Floating icon switch to activate it.

Samsung Smart select
Use the S Pen to select an area and perform actions, such as sharing or saving. You can also select an area from a video and capture it as a GIF animation.
  1. When there is content you want to capture, such as a part of an image, open the Air command panel and tap Smart select.
  2. Select a desired shape icon on the toolbar and drag the S Pen across the content you want to select. Tap Auto select to automatically reshape the selected area.
  3. If text is included in the selected area, tap Extract text to recognise and extract text from the selected area.
  4. Select an option to use with the selected area.
S Pen tutorial
  • Draw: Write or draw on the selected area.
  • Share: Share the selected area with others.
  • Set as: Set the selected area to be displayed when the screen is off.
  • Save: Save the selected area in Gallery.
    Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Features and Tutorial
Capturing an area from a video
While playing a video, select an area and capture it as a GIF animation. Before capturing a video, make sure that the video is playing. The maximum duration you can capture an area of the video for will be displayed on the screen. When capturing an area from a video, its sound will not be recorded.
  1. When there is content you want to capture during video playback, open the Air command panel and tap Smart select.
  2. On the toolbar, tap Animation.
  3. Adjust the position and size of the capturing area. Just drag a corner of the frame to resize.
  4. Tap Record to start capturing.
  5. Tap Stop to stop capturing.
  6. Select an option to use with the selected area.
  • Draw: Write or draw on the selected area. Tap Preview to view the result before saving the file.
  • Share: Share the selected area with others.
  • Save: Save the selected area in Gallery.
Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Tutorial Screen write
Capture screenshots to write or draw on them or crop an area from the captured image.
  1. When there is content you want to capture, open the Air command panel and tap Screen write.
  2. The current screen is automatically captured and the editing toolbar appears.
  3. If you capture content that continues across multiple screens, such as a webpage, tap Scroll capture to capture more content. Tap SCROLL CAPTURE repeatedly until screen capture is complete, and then tap DONE.
  4. Write a memo on the screenshot.
  5. Select an option to use with the screenshot.
  • Crop: Crop a portion of the screenshot. Only the cropped area will be saved in Gallery.
  • Share: Share the screenshot with others.
  • Save: Save the screenshot in Gallery.
Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Mode :
  • Eraser mode
  • Undo
  • Redo
  • Pen mode
It is not possible to capture a screenshot while using some apps.

Translate Using SPen
Hover the S Pen over a word to translate it.
To use this feature, the device must be connected to a Wi-Fi or mobile network. This feature does not support some languages. This feature is available only on screens that allow you to perform a screen capture. Here The Tab S3 Tutorial for the S pen tutorial :
  1. Open the Air command panel and tap Translate.
  2. Select the languages on the translator panel at the top of the screen.
  3. Hover the S Pen over the word you want to translate. The translated word will appear above the original word.
  4. Tap to listen to the pronunciation.
  5. To view more definitions, tap the translated word.
  6. To close the translator, tap on the translator panel.

Magnify Using S Pen
Hover the S Pen over an area of the screen to enlarge it.
  1. Open the Air command panel and tap Magnify.
  2. Select the magnification size from the magnifier panel at the top of the screen.
  3. Hover the S Pen over the area you want to enlarge.
  4. The magnifier window will appear.
  5. To close the magnifier, tap on the magnifier panel.
Reduce an app to a thumbnail and hover the S Pen over the thumbnail to open the app in full screen view. For example, launch a map app, open the Air command panel, and then tap Glance. The app will be reduced to a thumbnail at the bottom of the screen. While browsing webpages, hover the S Pen over the thumbnail to open the map app on the full screen and quickly search for places.

Thumbnail
Hover the S Pen away from the screen to reduce the app to a thumbnail again.
To close the minimised app, tap and hold the thumbnail and drag it to Remove at the top of the screen.

S Pen Air view
Hover the S Pen over an item on the screen to preview content or view information in a popup window.
In some apps, Action buttons will be displayed on the preview window.

Action buttons
If this feature is not activated, open the Apps screen, tap Settings → Advanced features → S Pen, and then tap the Air view switch to activate it.

Pen Select
While pressing and holding the S Pen button, drag the S Pen over text or item lists to select multiple items or text. You can also copy and paste the selected items or text into another app or share them with others.

Screen off memo on Galaxy Tab S3
You can quickly create memos by writing on the screen without turning on it.
    Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Features and Tutorial
  1. When the screen is off, detach the S Pen and write a memo. You can extend the page by tapping .
  2. Tap SAVE or reinsert the S Pen into the slot. Then, the memo will be saved in Samsung Notes.
  3. To make a memo available to view when the screen is off, tap . The pinned memo will be displayed with the time and date information. To minimise the memo, double-tap with your finger. Double-tap with your finger to view the memo without turning on the screen.
  4. To view memos, open the Apps screen and tap Samsung Notes → CATEGORIES → Screen off memo.
  5. If this feature is not activated, open the Apps screen, tap Settings → Advanced features → S Pen, and then tap the Screen off memo switch to activate it.
  6. If you do not perform any actions for one hour after opening a memo, the memo will be automatically minimised.
Even if you have already pinned a memo to view when the screen is off, you can create a new screen off memo after detaching the S Pen from the slot. You cannot edit a pinned memo when the screen is off. To edit the memo, launch Samsung Notes. Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen Features and Tutorial

Galaxy Tab S3 Manual Complete with Tutorial

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Guide
Galaxy Tab S3 Manual Complete with Tutorial - Here the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 User Manual / User Guide available download as Galaxy Tab S3 Manual PDF. Learn with us how to use new Samsung S3 Tab complete with our Galaxy S3 tutorial.

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Beyond the fututure Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 announced at Mobile World Congress 2017 press conference, in the UK it's going up for pre-order on March 17, nex for US and other country with an actual release date of March 31. New core specs for the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 with full features, including support for Samsung's S Pen stylus. The greatest version of the S3 S Pen stylus, with a smaller 0.7mm tip and increased pressure sensitivity.The Galaxy Tab S3 has four speakers, stereo system. Powered by a quad-core Snapdragon 820 chipset and 4GB of RAM, quite cutting edge, but they still make for a high-end combination features.

Galaxy Tab S3 Guide
The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 use an Android 7.0 with Samsung's overaid interface.The S3 dimensions coming in at 237.3 x 169mm, slightly thicker at 6mm, and heavier at 429g. This Tab S3 only coming in a 9.7-inch size, supports keyboards using a pogo connection, so all that along with the screen specs make this remarkably similar to the iPad Pro 9.7.

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The Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 User Guide/User Manual available download as Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Manual PDF here. From the official Samsung User Guide in English provided from the manufacturer support other language. This manual or help with to setup of your Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, check out our user guide to start using your tablet.

Galaxy Tab S3 manual will help you to find out all the amazing things you can do with your new phone. We will provide you with tips, tutorial and guide on how to maximize the use of your new gadget, from how to set up and get start with your phone, how to personalized your Galaxy Tab S3, how to restart, update, reset or restore your phone and more.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 User Guide in PDF Format

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 User Guide in PDF format will be available in many languages next year. The user guide will be available for download when the handset official. The download link for User Guide in PDF format will be updated soon. Reading the User Guide in PDF format will help you to master your tablet especially its new VR features.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Setup Guide

Get Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 setup guide and find out complete tutorial on how to set Galaxy Tab S3 boost up and get started with it here.

Galaxy Tab S3 Tutorial
The Galaxy Tab S3 Fingerprint scanner support for this tab, and the slate supports Samsung Flow, which can sync notifications between your tablet and Galaxy handset. The S Pen features like Screen Off Memo, which lets you jot down notes without turning the screen on or launching an app. Plus, the Galaxy Tab S3 has Samsung's Game Launcher, which adds tools to your games, such as the option to disable keys, so you won't accidentally press them, and a Do Not Disturb mode, to keep you free of distractions. Learn with us for this Galaxy Tab S3 Tutorial.

The new S Pen Tab S3 writes like your favorite ballpoint, plus it doesn't need recharging (S pen no Charging). The S3 S Pen Measuring 9.4 mm in diameter, it ensures a stable, comfortable grip. And we've narrowed the tip to 0.7 mm, for the clearest, smoothand most natural handwriting.

Galaxy Tab S3 S Pen features
Beyond the core specs the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is packed full of features, including support for Samsung's S Pen stylus. This is the latest and greatest version of the stylus, with a smaller 0.7mm tip and increased pressure sensitivity. Tab S3 great works with S Pen features like Screen Off Memo, which lets you jot down notes without turning the screen on or launching an app.

The Tab S3 also supports keyboards using a pogo connection, so all that along with the screen specs make this remarkably similar to the iPad Pro 9.7. You'll also find a fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy Tab S3, and the slate supports Samsung Flow, which can sync notifications between your tablet and Galaxy Tablet handset.

Galaxy Tab S3 tutorial activate various Tab S3 S Pen features from the Air command panel. The shortcuts that do not appear on the panel by default can be added by using the Add shortcuts feature.
Galaxy Tab S3 Tutorial
  1. Create note: Launch Samsung Notes and create a new note.
  2. Smart select: Use the S Pen to select an area and perform actions, such as sharing or saving.
  3. Screen write: Capture screenshots to write or draw on them or crop an area from the captured image. Refer to Screen write for more information.
  4. Translate: Hover the S Pen over a word to translate it.
  5. Magnify: Hover the S Pen over an area of the screen to enlarge it.
  6. Glance: Reduce an app to a thumbnail and hover the S Pen over the thumbnail to open the app in full screen view
  7. Add shortcuts: Add shortcuts to frequently used apps to the Air command panel.
Galaxy Tab S3 Games
The Galaxy Tab S3 Game Launcher has been optimized for Galaxy Tab S3's screen, offering Power Saver mode, Game Broadcasting, and Mute Games and Ongoing Calls mode. Add in the exciting graphics of the Vulkan API capabilities and the myriad games available in the Galaxy Game Pack for non-stop fun.
  1. Galaxy Game Pack game apps can be downloaded at Exclusive Game Offers in the For Galaxy menu in Galaxy Apps.
  2. Game Broadcasting feature will be added soon.
Best Galaxy Tab S3 Games
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Galaxy Tab S3 Price
Samsung hasn't revealed the price of the Tab S3 either, but we'd expect it will cost at least $499, £399, AU$599, which is what the 9.7-inch Galaxy Tab S2 launched at.

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Specifications

Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 Specs Versions: SM-T820 (Wi-Fi); SM-T825 (3G/LTE)
Network GSM / HSPA / LTE
Technology
2G bands GSM 850 / 900 / 1800 / 1900
3G bands HSDPA 850 / 900 / 1900 / 2100
4G bands LTE band 1(2100), 2(1900), 3(1800), 4(1700/2100), 5(850), 7(2600), 8(900), 17(700), 20(800), 28(700), 40(2300)
Speed HSPA 42.2/5.76 Mbps, LTE-A (2CA) Cat6 300/50 Mbps
GPRS Yes
EDGE Yes
Status Announced
Coming soon. Exp. release 2017, March
Body Dimensions
Weight 429 g (Wi-Fi)/ 434 g (LTE) (15.13 oz)
SIM Nano-SIM
- Stylus
Display Type
Size 9.7 inches (~72.7% screen-to-body ratio)
Resolution 1536 x 2048 pixels (~264 ppi pixel density)
Multitouch Yes, up to 5 fingers
Platform OS
Chipset Qualcomm MSM8996 Snapdragon 820
CPU Quad-core (2x2.15 GHz Kryo & 2x1.6 GHz Kryo)
GPU Adreno 530
Memory Card slot
Internal 32 GB, 4 GB RAM
Camera Primary
Features Geo-tagging, touch focus, face detection, HDR, panorama
Video 2160p@30fps
Secondary 5 MP, f/2.2, 23mm, 1080p
Sound Alert types
Loudspeaker Yes, with stereo speakers (4 speakers)
3.5mm jack Yes
- Speakers tuned by AKG/HARMAN
Comms WLAN
Bluetooth v4.2, A2DP, LE
GPS Yes, with A-GPS, GLONASS, BDS, GALILEO
Radio No
USB v3.1, Type-C reversible connector; magnetic connector
Features Sensors
Messaging SMS(threaded view), MMS, Email, Push Email, IM
Browser HTML5
Java No
- Fast battery charging
- ANT+ support
- MP4/H.264 player
- MP3/WAV/eAAC+/Flac player
- Photo/video editor
- Document editor
Battery Non-removable 6000 mAh battery
Colors White, black
SAR EU 0.99 W/kg (body)