Galaxy Tab S4 - Become an expert with the S Pen (SM-T830)
From writing directly on the screen to taking notes at any time, your tablet's S Pen gives you the power to be both productive and creative. Learn all about your tablet's S Pen features and settings so you can keep creating and get all your thoughts down in one place.
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Type no more! With your S Pen in hand, you can write text directly on your tablet's screen. To test it, open any app where you can type with an on-screen keyboard. Hover over the text field with your S Pen, and then select the Direct pen input icon. Your keyboard will turn into a board where you can write with your S Pen.
Direct pen input is enabled by default and can be turned on and off from the S Pen Settings.
With Screen off memo, you can create notes instantly without even unlocking your tablet. It's literally the most convenient thing ever when you need to write notes in a pinch.
With the screen off, touch the tablet's screen with your S Pen while pressing the button on the S Pen. Start writing your notes and when you're done, touch SAVE IN NOTES. Your notes will be saved in Samsung Notes.
Looking for more S Pen settings? You can access and enable all of S Pen's amazing features by adjusting its settings. Who knows, you might discover a feature you never even knew about. From Settings, search for and select S Pen.
Check out the following settings for S Pen:
• Air view: Preview information, text, and images by hovering your S Pen over the screen.
• Direct pen input: Use the handwriting pad instead of the on-screen keyboard to enter text into a text field.
• Pointer: Show a pointer when you hover your S Pen over the screen.
• Screen off memo: Create notes while the screen is off.
• Shortcuts: Change or add shortcuts to the Air command menu.
• Floating icon: Show a floating icon that can open the Air command menu at any time.
• Sound: Have your tablet to make writing sounds when you write on the screen.
If you use your S Pen on a daily basis, its tip can wear out over time. When that happens, you can replace the tip with one of the spare S Pen's Pen tips that come included with your tablet.
To replace it, use tweezers to pull out the S Pen tip. Insert a new tip, and then push it until it clicks in place.
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