One of the most widely used features on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 is cut, copy and paste. If you’re not familiar with how it’s done on this device, use this tutorial to learn. It’s a bit difficult at first, but it’s a breeze once you get used to it.
If you want to save internal memory space on your Samsung Galaxy Tab S3, you can move apps or files to the SD card. Just perform these steps.
Start the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 in Safe Mode if you wish to troubleshoot problems you are having with the device. Safe mode will temporarily start the your device with factory default software. This comes in handy in situations where you may have installed an app or modified the device in some way that disallows you access. Safe mode […]
Widgets are my favorite thing in the Android OS. I like being able to look on my home screen and get instant information. The factory default widgets on the home screen of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 weren’t very useful me, so I removed them and added some others I found more useful. Here’s how it’s […]
Download apps for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and start doing more with the device. There are tons of apps out there, and many different ways to acquire them. Here are a few options to get you started.
Remove apps from your Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 and free up some space. You can uninstall apps as long as they weren’t included pre-installed as part of the ROM of the tablet. So there are some apps that can’t be removed. Apps you’ve added from the Google Play app can be removed with these steps.
The MAC Address is a unique identifier for the networking hardware on your Samsung Galaxy Tab S3. You may need to know the MAC address in order to connect to certain wireless networks or for troubleshooting purposes. Luckily, you can locate this information right from within the Android OS.
Taking a screenshot on the Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 really couldn’t be easier. Just follow these steps.