15 Best Samsung Galaxy Note 3 Tips and Tricks

By the time passes Technology gains weight and new advancements occur , and when it reaches the end-user finally this is the stage when the Technology is being properly explored. Either its Hardware or Software the end-user does best to extract the most out of it. This cause made Companies eager to have customer’s feedback for every of their products so that more bug fixings and advancements could be made to the Technology. Meanwhile, we are talking about Samsung Galaxy Note3, a full of power device running Android(Jelly Bean). This smartphone is from Samsung Galaxy family also known to be one of the top Android Smartphone series of time. Well let us know some of the Best Tips and Tricks for Samsung Galaxy Note 3.

1.How to use it one-handed

The giant 5.7 Inch screen is an eye catching aspect for real selling point of the Note 3, but when it comes to use single handly everyone says the screen is too big to be handled. Samsung never forgets the user left out and hence their is a way out for One-Hand use. There is a feature for this in the Note3 by default. Just go into Settings Controls One-handed operation. This option offers to be turned on for the calculator, keyboard, keypad, and unlock pattern, This will give you small arrows allowing  you to move the aforementioned over to one side of the screen or the other, making it possible to type one-handed. For this you can also try  all screens option, which shrinks the screen and allows you to re-size it and drag it to wherever you want.

2.How to check your phone without touching it

Using the Air Gesture feature you can give life to your Note 3 screen easily by waving  your hand over the device, it is also known as The Quick Glance feature enabling a quick look of your recent notifications and few other things. This feature can be  found under Settings > Controls > Motion control > Air gesture, tapping Air Gesture will give you a full list of options of what to display when Waved. Edit the settings as per your requirements and use Note3 without even touching it.

3.How to quickly find anything

The S Finder feature of Note3 lets the user to search the phone for whatsoever needed, the filters help the searches to be more ironic and exact. To find anything quickly just hold down the Menu button and you will see S Finder pop up.

4.How to take a screenshot

There are many different ways to Capture a Screenshot using Note3. Holding the Home and Power button easily lets you Capture the screen, its the most common way of doing it even the predecessor of Note 3 like Note 2 offered the same way of Capturing Screen. The Palm Motion also helps to Capture Screen with a very unique way, just swipe your hand from right to left on the screen to capture  shot to enable this feature head into Settings > Controls > Palm Motion and turn Capture screen. S-Pen also allows user to make a screenshot by holding down the S-Pen button and then touching the screen, similarly if you just want to have a screenshot of a portion not the whole screen simply hold the S-Pen button and make line on the screen area to be captured.

5.How to quickly access all toggles

To get the complete list of available toggles on one page simply pull down the Notification Shade using  Two fingers instead of doing it conventionally by One finger.

6.How to use your Note 3 as a remote control

With the Samsung’s WatchON app you can set your Note 3 to act as a remote control for  Television, cable box, or DVR. With simple procedure, by choosing your country or zip code, and then choose from the list of supported services. By personalizing  the app you can also get recommendations based on what you like. Its a simple and sleek way of Remote Controlling your devices by staying a bit close to them for first set up and then you never have to find your remote for that device using Note3 to replace the conventional way.

7.How to get more from the S-Pen

Note3 offers a digital pen with its accessories, making it more convenient for the user to touch and feel the taste of Note3. A pop-up menu on screen with various options will be there to wait for you just after you take the S-Pen out of the back of device. One of the neatest options here is Pen window. Tap it and draw a box on screen and you can select an app to fill it. You can minimize the window, move it around, and resize it, and it allows you to continue working on the phone behind as normal.

You can actually turn the S-Pen menu off if you find it annoying via Settings > Controls > S Pen > Pen detachment options. You’ll also find the option to turn S-Pen keeper on in here. This feature helps to ensure you don’t lose your super-charged stylus by sounding an alert when the Note 3 screen goes off and you walk away without the S-Pen.

8.How to use voice controls

Using the Samsung’s smorgasbord software you can actually control your Note3 with Voice Commands. Featuring you to extend your use by Commanding your Note3 just like your maid. Found under  Settings > Controls > Voice controls. Enabling  you to set and stop alarms take hands-free calls, photos, and controlling  your music ETC. Making it ideal for  driving, or for taking selfies, but as a matter of fact you need a quiet environment to control you gadget by Voice.

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9.How to block everything

Blocking mode found under Settings > Device menu make your Device completely disable of catching gsm signals,wifi connections or whatsoever you need to block can be checked under the list of available options. The white and blacklist options helps you to maintain your contacts to be blocked and contacts not to be blocked.

10.How to quick message or call contacts

When you browse through your Contacts app you can swipe any contact to the left if you want to message them or to the right if you want to call them, there’s no need to tap on the contact and then choose.

11.How to use the S-Pen instead of typing

Just tap in the message field if you would rather use the S-Pen to write a message than the keyboard. You can also hover the S-Pen over an area until you see a little box with the S-Pen logo on it and then tap that to open a handwriting window. This works for the URL field in the browser as well.

12.How to take incoming calls in a small window

Go into Settings > Device and scroll down to Call then check the box next to Incoming call notifications and you’ll get a small pop up window at the bottom of the screen, instead of a full screen alert, when there’s an incoming call. This is ideal for using Google Maps to navigate, or other times when you don’t want anything to interrupt what’s onscreen.

13.How to customize the sound and display

You can actually make sure the sound and display on your Note 3 is tailored to your own tastes. Go into Settings > Device > Sound > Adapt sound and follow the instructions before you tap on Start. Now you can configure the sound profile to suit you. You can tweak the display if you go into Settings > Device > Display > Screen mode and choose Adapt display.

14How to take notes in a hurry

If you want to be able to record your eureka moments before they fade away, then you have to be able to jot down a note at a moment’s notice. The Note 3 can do it. Go to Settings > Device > Lock screen and check the box next to Action memo on lock screen. Now you can whip out the S-Pen hold down the button and double tap on the screen to bring a memo window up and write down your thought without having to unlock the phone first.

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15.How to have two windows open simultaneously

What’s the point of all that screen real estate if you don’t advantage? Samsung’s Multi window can be turned on via the notification shade toggle or in Settings > Device. It allows you to long press the Back button to get a small tab on the left of the screen. Tap the tab and you’ll see a selection of apps that you can drag onto the screen; you can even run the same app in two windows for things like email or the Web browser. Create your own custom combinations by tapping the grey arrow at the bottom of the app list and selecting Create. Choose Edit to change which apps are listed.