I bought this tablet used, and it's great. Although I got pissed off at the fact that the screen has a light vomit tinge out of the box, and Samsung doesn't give you any options to adjust it. I scrounged around until I found an actual solution, so here's my half-assed video about it and how the app interface works.
Here's the app in the Play store:
These are the best soft nibs you can get for your tab s7 spen,you'll thank me,its accurate there's no parallax
In this particular screenshot I am using Moonlight because I wasn't at home, so my desktop PC is being streamed over 5G. When I'm home I just use the built in Second Screen feature from Samsung.
I also don't use Bluetooth peripherals, since my preferred input method is the S Pen (I am a game designer) and windows supports it natively using Wacom drivers. Direct touch is also supported. With seamless drag and drop between all 3 devices.
If the Tab S7 is not recognizing the HDD, then it may be because the HDD is in NTFS format. You may format it to exFAT32 or ExFat or you can use this software
I don’t know about “the best” but I bought these and they are perfect. Followed the sticker hinge method and have a bubble free install.
Logitech K380 because it is compact, relatively cheap and sturdy.
I just bought this case for my incoming S7+. I have the same one in a different color for my S6. Discovered I really liked the "folio" design, and I don't care much for any of the others on Amazon. Would definitely recommend if you like the "notebook" feel for your tablets!
This style is my favorite (stand- based though) Flippy
Ihave a Tab S7+ and I got the Samsung Keyboard Case for $129... Saw a lot of positive reviews on YouTube and was excited to get one... I was let down. Overrated... The pen flap and magnets are its only redeeming qualities... Sent it back. The trackpad for me was not great, and with the keyboard not being backlit was another strike against it... The third strike was the fit. The tablet is flush in some places and sticks out offering zero side protection. The magnets were fine, but I found the back panel slid around a bit too much. Plus, it's only in one color, which lame. I expected it to be much more and was very disappointed.
I ended up getting the Samsung Book Case in Mystic Navy (matches the device) and it's slim design and magnets fit and hold much better than the Keyboard Case. Maybe because it's way lighter. The panels feel nicer and the panels are thin metal covered by a much nicer PU...
So then, I got a keyboard. I settled on the iClever BK04 Wireless Keyboard with LED Backlight.
This keyboard is really fantastic. The only caveat is that it's a little narrower than the S7 Plus. BUT, it makes up for that with it being backlit (in many different colors) and it ATTACHES magnetically to the Samsung Book Case when in use! It also allows for the tablet to have unlimited display angles because it acts like a ridge to keep the tablet in place wherever you want it! Fantastic! Plus, it has a USB-C charging port and connects via Bluetooth, so no dongle needed.
I use the Lamy Al-Star EMR: https://www.amazon.com/Lamy-AL-star-Digital-Stylus-Black/dp/B07ZQK8H1V/
It's thicker than the S7 pen and feels great in the hand. Some things worth mentioning:
1. It's not magnetic
2. The nibs that come with it are soft, but not as soft as the soft S7 nibs. But you can easily replace the OEM nibs with hard ones
3. It comes with a cap WITH a clip. So, even though it's not magnetized, you could glue an elastic loop on the back of the S7 and use the clip to secure the pen to the back of the tablet
4. When you're using the pen, you can stick the cap to the butt-end of the pen. But i find this adversely affects the balance of the pen
5. It has an eraser button, but i don't think you can program it for other functions
I just saw this on Amazon. Works with the Tab S7 and looks neat. Good reviews, too, for the most part.
STAEDTLER Noris digital jumbo 180J 22. EMR Stylus with soft digital eraser. For digital writing, drawing and erasing on EMR equipped displays, yellow-black (check the compatibility list) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086N4KK7Z/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_C7W2ADDSD8KQ01VHFAYD?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
I have the same tab and I love to draw. I avoid screen protectors too coz they affect the s-pen tip. Instead, I use this cover case which protects the scren as well as magnetically closes as well as automatically turn off the screen. And it's rubber case is very soft and cosy for my device. I have had this since some 8 months and so far I am loving it.
I would suggest you to avoid screen protectors of u are confident u won't drop the device.
Also, mine is leather on outside and rubber on inside. U can choose whichever, but I would suggest to avoid plastic ones...coz I don't trust plastic, and it doesn't give off a nice feel in holding.
I can't speak on taking notes, as I don't use my S6 much for that sort of thing. But I can say, despite its size, it's light weight and very portable. I use mine mostly for media consumption, and sometimes as a second monitor of sorts. I've been using this stand to hold my tablet when I use it at a desk. So far it's been working great for me and my needs. If money is not an issue, I would personally suggest the S6 over the S6 lite.
Wallpaper :- https://anonfiles.com/bbG9l7j2vf/Kalismi20397_square_jpg if you can't open the wall, change the extension to.jpg
Icons :- Drops Icon pack
Launcher :- Nova Launcher Prime
Widget :- 1. Flow Kwgt 2. Cheesecake Kwgt
Some extra information -
The top three apps are folders and the remaining rows are individuall apps with swipe up and/or up gestures for those apps to open different apps or a different instance of the app. This helps clean up the homescreen.
I just traded in my S5e for $425 off of the S7 and got the keyboard case for $79, total was $316.
Just make sure you thoroughly document the condition and your tablet. If you can, purchase it with a credit card or with a card from the Privacy.com app so you can dispute/stop charges if anything goes wrong.
Yeah I heard good things about it, but it still needs some ironing in my experience. I personally use Moonlight which works perfectly with all my equipment (DSLR, Mouse/keyboard, VR headset, you name it!) I did purchase a VirtualHere license to get a logitech driving wheel to work though.
But all in all, this little tablet + 5G literally replaced my 1.5k Asus laptop setup. It's just so handy and convenient!
Waving the S Pen around between 3 ecosystems like a freaking wizard.
Keep in mind this works for a Windows 10 PC, not to show the phone directly on your tablet. If you want to skip the PC you will have to use Samsung Flow instead.
If you're typing up notes, I highly recommend Obsidian. If you need it to sync up to your PC, I'd recommend using SyncThing/SyncTrayzor to keep your files synced across devices. Obsidian does have their own subscription version though.
I'm really blown away by how similar the Android app is to the desktop version and you can still use most community plugins with it.
Sorry... try This
The stand is built into the keyboard, a Logitech K780
Since December 2020, I've been using this screen protector and a STAEDTLER Noris Digital Jumbo pen for notetaking. The transition from no screen protector to having one was virtually seamless. Writing notes and making illustrations still feel intuitive.
I've also heard that using soft-nibbed pens on paper-like screen protectors will quickly increase the wear and tear of the nib. Writing on them will probably give you the traditional experience, but I don't think this is the option you want for durability.
I'd say go with glass! You can potentially hide the fine scratches while simultaneously providing protection in case you drop your tablet, or prevent deeper scratches.
Edit: the link I provided is for the S7 Plus, here is the link for the S7
I purchased this screen protector (2pk) back in September. The in-screen fingerprint sensor works well and the screen is very clear. Great price! Benazcap for Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 Plus Screen Protector 12.4 inch, [2 Pack] Tempered Screen Protection for Galaxy Tab S7 Plus 2020 Released https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BLB9GHP/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_glt_fabc_KVJ09RTHFC51CZ0QJ7NM?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
May work. Try this for WiFi calling access install Activity Launcher. Search for "call" (no s), select Settings, select "com.android.settings.Settings#WifFCallingSettingsActivity", create and save the shortcut to your home screen. The shortcut should open to Wi-Fi Calling menu where you can toggle it on and off.
Edit: Still need a phone dialer though.
I'm using a tempered glass screen protector on my Tab S7+. I don't see a drop in screen vibrancy. It is very reflective, but I prefer that over a dull matte screen protector. Here is a link of the screen protector for your Tab S7 https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08BL1LD1K/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_fabc_m3XaGbAQDTX5H
STAEDTLER Noris digital jumbo 180J 22. EMR Stylus with soft digital eraser. For digital writing, drawing and erasing on EMR equipped displays, yellow-black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B086N4KK7Z/ref=cm_sw_r_other_apa_i_5i4zFbJYN95W1
Actually here you go
Have you tried using Xodo ? Its a pretty cool app than can be used as a notebook, but also can write on pdf too. It has cloud storage support too, and can add pages to pdfs. I started using it and im almost droping OneNote.
For quick notes, samsung notes is still the best, specially because off off-screen memo (although its not THAT useful on the Tabs as on the Notes)
@op i got a used Tab S3 at Amazon for 350$. I like it a lot, i got it mainly to replace my Tab A 2016 that had lots of lag issues, specially for big notes on OneNote. On the S3 i dont feel much lag at all. Normally its kinda slow on unlocking the screen, but besides that i dont see much problem, but thats me. I use it mainly as a notebook/pdf reader, and its damn good at that. The oled screen is miles better than the Tab A lcd. Its also very good for gaming and media, the speaker is very good, and it supports HDR. I`m watching The Grand Tour with Amazon Prime Video and the image is gourgeous. For some reason the Youtube app doesnt support HDR though.
Lastly, Oreo is coming to the Tab S3 soon™. I didnt feel much difference with the Note 8, but the general consensus is that it made the S8/S8+ snappier.
Well if you read manga/comics, then you can get TachiyomiJ2K app which has dual page support (great for reading in landscape orientation). The app is open source, so 100% free with no ads.
I use ReadComicOnline extension for Marvel/DC stuff
Afraid not :(
You can use something like Moonlight (Nvidia GPU required)
Or Steam Link which will both mirror your PC monitor to your tablet and will support touch, pen (mouse emulation only) and any peripherals you have connected to your tablet.
As for extending the windows PC display to your tablet like with the Second Screen feature, I'm afraid that doesn't work with the Tab S6 (yet?).
Ok I'm gonna make a suggestion I rarely ever see, I've been using this program for years on my Note series phones (since the Note 3!!) and it's called ArtFlow Studio. It's a little bit quirky, but it's a one-time purchase. On my new Galaxy Tab S7+ it's able to make file sizes just over 6000 pixels square. It's got layers, programmable brushes, and can export layered PSD files. It's missing some bells and whistles and some standard stuff is a little "hidden." The S-pen works great as far as tilt and pressure. Buy the full version, it's SO worth it. I think it's a single developer who made it. I've tweaked some brushes to be able to get really nice results.
I LOVE Clip Studio, which I have also been using for years (from back when it was Manga Studio), but the prospect of having to pay a monthly fee just to use it on my tablet is really putting me off. One of the reasons I have dumped Adobe is the subscription model.
If anyone has good suggestions for vector programs I'd love to hear it!
It doesn't have AOD, although you can use a third party app. I tested this app and it works: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.tomer.alwayson
It looks like this: http://imgur.com/a/65HtThS
LectureNotes blows them all out of the water and has what you're looking for....
This is exactly what you're looking for. Perfectly mirrored folders. Wifi, 4g, doesn't matter.
Open gallery on tablet, take photo with phone, watch it appear in tablet gallery within seconds.
Delete photo on tablet, watch it disappear on phone.
HOWEVER, the act of doing this is a huge battery drain. There's options to only let it run during certain conditions. I set it to only run when power saving mode is off. It really does work very well. Might want to backup stuff before this runs for the first time.
Instructions: add your devices by scanning the barcodes. Add identical folders for each device.
Here you go! I also use Rain Paper.
This happened with me too. The real issue was that the HDD was formatted to NTFS format and Android doesn't supports NTFS format till date
So what I did was I downloaded an app called NTFS BY PARAGON SOFTWARE
I plugged in my external 1 TB HDD to my tab S7 via a USB-C to USB-A OTG Cable and opened the Paragon App and clicked on 'mount' Hard Drive and IT WORKED
This app really works wonders
You can change the default Samsung Keyboard to a 2 hand keyboard in keyboard settings
Install Ad blocker on Samsung Internet
Use the DeX node to turn your tablet into a mini PC
Use this app to force apps to work in landscape mode
Well, I always used to use Nova Launcher, which definitely has an "Icon size" option - I haven't used it for ages though, as I've tried to keep my phone and tablet as stock as possible lately rather than going mad with customisations.
There are lots of launchers out there, and everyone will find something different
If you specifically want something big and chunky, for someone elderly or visually impaired, you could try this one:
There is another Anker I was considering. It looked really good, and it was clearly stated that it will work with the Galaxy Tabs. It is $80, so I balked. I might try again after some extra cash collects. Let me find it...
But no headphone jack! It was SO very hard to find them with headphone jack + USB 3.0 + HDMI 4K at 60Mhz. I considered this one. I am watching for a sale but I feel it is unlikely for a while. This product appears to be 'la creme'. I've already started collecting my change.
I bought the other 2 because they were on Prime Day sale. Figured $80 for 2 was better for me because I have 2 different types of cases. The one I have works with both cases and it was $27. My Tab S7 came with Earbuds Pro. They pair so easily. They are like old friends, so I relaxed on my headphone requirement. More because it was hard to find.
I've been using this over a month and it was exactly what I was looking for. Perfect for the tablet and plenty of pockets for other things too.
I like this messenger bag. It has a small profile, but can fit lots of things in it. It has a good pocket for my tablet and my Pixelbook, plus a Bluetooth keyboard, phone and Kindle without getting expanded. I like that I can wear it on my front, like when I'm on the tube or on my back if on my bike. I've been really happy with it.
I have the 512gb Tab S7 with a 512gb card installed, plus this dongle. It was hard to find HDMI [email protected] (for video editing on my 50" TV), that also had other things I need. The USB-C can charge or write, and the other USB-A is 3.0. Getting that combo with USB 3.1 and Ethernet proved too expensive.
I got two kinds. This one works great! The other not so much.
I found too, that with my gaming console emulators, when casting over WiFi, I get input lag from my DS4 button press. But with this dongle I can play ALL my favorite old console games on the big TV again!! ... and anywhere else I want.
I got the Moko case on amazon. It is magnetic, but solidly so, and has a space in the spine for the pen. I like it, but it is not a great case for drop-protection. The edges are too tight, with no rubber. But it is a very good case for backpack/suitcase and handling protection. Very slim sturdy.
I bought this one because a YouTuber I respect recommended it. However, I have not received it yet so I cannot give you my own review. I will update once it arrives. Good luck!
Nobody mentioned X-Plore file manager. It turns your tablet into file server, which you can access from PC. App is here: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.lonelycatgames.Xplore
I payed $5 for Pro version, it worth every penny.
I have used this stuff: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B07Z63BMZG/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_search_asin_title?ie=UTF8&psc=1
For all sorts of these kinds of things. the tape itself is a little thick, but you could probably find something thinner. The tape itself is just a tape-shaped roll of adhesive with non-stick tape on one side that you remove to expose the fresh adhesive. It works great to adhere wires along wall-corners for things like led lighting and security cameras, and when you need to remove it you just gently pull up one end and stretch it. As it stretches it loses adhesion and comes right off.
Don't get a plastic screen protector if you intend on using the S pen.
I got my screen protector from Spigen. They have great cases too, but I usually default to this case, which is the knockoff of the official Samsung Book case.
free with ads - Serverless Bluetooth Keyboard & Mouse for PC/Phone
paid version - Serverless Bluetooth Keyboard & Mouse for PC/Phone Premium
That's the second one.
I'm currently hunting for decent replacement nibs for this knockoff S-Pen ... It looks the same as yours, except mine has a clip. I measured the OD of the nib shaft at 1mm (my smaller note-style pen is 0.7mm) Do you think these would fit?
I've been loving having the full-size pen stylus on my S21 Ultra a LOT more than I thought I would... I've actually taken up writing and some digital art again simply because it's convenient to work into my schedule again. Good thing too, I've been telling myself to start journaling again for at least the last year.
I'm happy with my s7+ version of this Spigen screen protector. It comes with a plastic mounting guide that helps to ensure alignment. I haven't noticed any nib problems. I think you want to avoid paper-like protectors as their surface is rough. Perhaps that is the same for matte (I'm not totally sure).
Magic Fluids looks great on the OLED screen. And you can max out the settings without any frames dropping:
The new League of Legends: Wild Rift game plays at 120 frames per second, if you enable it in League's options, and looks freaking fantastic.
Buy a cheap little bluetooth keyboard and turn your tablet into a laptop replacement. The Logitech K380 is working really well for my use cases.
Some more general tips on youtube: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mAjPYCmERB8, and she has other useful videos about the S7 on her channel.
If you want 45W charging, you need a powerbank that supports PPS (Programmable Power Standard).
Something like this:
Yeah, that's likely right! I use the Book Cover, which isn't particularly comfortable or uncomfortable to hold. (I put the S7 in the Book Cover in a TomToc sleeve when going out of the house, since the Book Cover isn't very protective). I got this Benazcap screen protector! Most 9H glass screen protectors should work fine :)
I think the Tab S7 or S6 would be pretty good considering what you are using it for. If you would prefer a slightly lower price the Tab S6 Lite is a pretty good option! Good screen and nice speakers are present in almost every Samsung S series tablet.
Tab S6 Lite
I bought this charger for my Tab S7+, a "USB Charger, Anker 65W PIQ 3.0 PPS Fast Charger, PowerPort III Pod" from amazon. It supports the samsung's "Super fast charging 2.0" mode.
Amazon has the Samsung keyboard cover for the Tab S7 on sale for around $122 (regularly $199.99) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FSRVCW7/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_W31RXCQAXYGRCP5NRGSH
I recently purchased it for my Tab S7+ for $129.99 because I always felt that it was overpriced at $229.99. It's working great so far. Keys are good and the track pad is responsive. The case doesn't provide much side protection, and the keyboard isn't or back-lit, but I can live with that for the discounted price. Also, I have a more protective case for when I'm on the go. You may like it. https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08GX7TMVG/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_glt_fabc_RA4796GJ02ZAN2FS0YHX
The magnetic back and S pen protector is solid. Much better than the Tab S6 version.
There's MultiStar in Good Lock per u/CedDavo and Minstrel09 which works with most things and Rotation Control per u/PeterDrago50, prefer this Rotation Control myself which has worked with everything I've used thus far.
I've personally been using this one and it works pretty good. It has a auto rotate feature and a drop down box from the notifiaction tab to force landscape (have to force landscape on reddit).
Thanks, that one looks good too! Similar to the one from Uni (if I take this one here, which also has PD - https://www.amazon.de/dp/B07RQLF6M8/ref=emc_b_5_t) and cheaper. But it can also only do 4K at 30 Hz, I'd much prefer 4K at 60 Hz...
I highly recommend X-plore File Manager.
I have it on both my S20 and my Tab S7 and it's great for file management.
Even if apps default to saving downloads to the default Download folder, with X-plore File Manager you can quickly move them to your preferred folder(s) on either the internal storage or your microSD card.
X-plore has a dual-pane view so we can see both your Internal storage and microSD card at the same time for Move/Copy operations.
You can also see your home network's ("LAN") devices such as a NAS to easily move content between your S10 and your (soon to arrive) Tab S7.
Besides on-device Storage and LAN devices, you can also access your Cloud storage such as Google Drive, OneDrive, DropBox and similar services.
I'd recommend giving it a try even now on your S10 for some housekeeping until your Tab S7.
Hope it helps. You're going to love your Tab S7. 😏
I installed Home Up from apk mirror
(If you're running Android 10 this is the latest version that works, newer versions require OneUI 3).
And Nice Lock (Good Lock alternative) from play store https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.bluehorizonapps.nicelock3
I've got the official book cover - it's slim, fits the tablet nicely, does the job of letting you prop it up when watching things, but offers pretty much zero impact protection (the tablet is just held in by magnets, which slip loose when dropped)
Keyboard wise, I bought this one:
It's basically a small laptop keyboard, and is incredibly slim - if you actually do any travelling you'll not notice the space it takes up in your bag.
Because it has a thin steel plate for its base, it neatly "docks" into the book cover when sat open - the cover's magnets hold it in place, so you can use it like a mini laptop
I'm using this on my S7
USB C Hub HDMI Adapter,QGeeM 7 in 1 Type C Hub to HDMI 4k,3 USB 3.0 Ports,100W Power Delivery,SD/TF Card Readers Compatible with MacBook Pro 13/15(Thunderbolt 3),2018 Mac Air,Chromebook USB C Adapter https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07QXMNF1X/ref=cm_sw_r_em_apa_fabc_acGeGbWMZVZRM?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1
That's not going to work. There is no framework for the themes and installing the theme store app will not work even if you manage to get it installed. The themestore anyway deals with wallpapers, icons and change of accent colours for the notification bar. You cant just make it look like stock android unless you root it. On that note, there is actually no tablet version of Android anyway. Something that might work for you is this. Install the app below. It gives you the material themed version of the status bar.
Additionally, download Good Lock from galaxy store and you can change the navigation bar icons to a stock android look using the navbar module.
For $12, you can get an adapter that extends your wired buds by 2 inches and plugs into the USB-C connector. I bought this one for instance, now at just under $12.
Having said that, I did buy some wireless buds on BF for $99 and I've yet to run them down. Sounds great, comfort is decent with 3 sizes to choose. Have not reached low battery yet, so don't know about that.
If you are a student, i will recommend Squid. It's a note taking app, i like it a lot.
For Art, if you have a keyboard then Clip Studio Pro. A more lightweight/easy to use software is ArtFlow Studio, i really love it.
A VPN App, such as PIA, ExpressVPN, etc. All cost yearly sub.
For Manga/Comics, Tachiyomi has lots of sources, but remember piracy is wrong.
For TV/Film, Stremio is a torrent streaming App. However, if you are streaming pirated content, use a VPN. Breaking copyright can have repercusions. YouTube Vanced for YT without ads. Utorrent too if you want to direct download.
Games; I've really enjoyed Genshin Impact. Not tried much else. No controller support in that game though which sucks.
I couldn't find a great one yet, I asked everywhere and most sellers don't really care about accessories for android tablets here in Lebanon, so I ended up with a 10$ case and it's not that great but it's better than nothing. And there's no way I'll pay 70$ for Samsung's book cover.
Amazon were selling this one, it looks and functions exactly like the official book cover and a lot of people said that it feels great in the hand, and it only costs 20$. Sadly, it's currently unavailable :(
Here's a link to the product for the UK Amazon website
Babacom Laptop Stand, Portable Laptop Cooling Desk Holder, 9-Levels Adjustable Notebook Riser Mount, Aluminum Ventilated Computer Stand, Compatible with MacBook Pro Air, iPad, Dell,10-15.6” Laptops
AFAIK most pens are incompatible, you need to look for a Wacom EMR one. Do you have the link to the video?
This is the only 3rd party one I'm aware of https://www.amazon.com/dp/B072N31S7C/ref=dp_cerb_3
I don't have any information about sidekick (this is the first time I'm hearing about this feature and I've been watching multiple Tab S7+ reviews). But I have some suggestions that you could do for now
I have the Infiland cover. I like it a lot. It has a space for the pencil, it's pretty thick and soft and provides a good amount of safety.
then sth like this https://www.amazon.com/Silicone-Biuboom-sm-t590-sm-t830-Accessories-Purple/dp/B07XQGXRWH ?
Sure. It's a keyboard case, not just a keyboard, so it may not be larger.
Only 2 positive reviews, one is mine.
I got this one from Amazon in frost clear for my silver tab s3. Its pretty miminalistic and doesn't add bulk. The textured parts help with grip too. No issues accessing all the ports and button. Not luxurious like the iPad leather back cover (which i dont think exists?) , but not rugged like some other ones out there.
Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 Case, LK Ultra [Slim Thin] Scratch Resistant TPU Rubber Soft Skin Silicone Protective Case Cover for Samsung Galaxy Tab S3 9.7 (Frost Clear) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B06XPGBWV3/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_taa_sAHcAbQ1SH9PJ
These are what I used and it's working great.
EasyCap USB 2.0 Capture Card... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01H6OQI1W?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Car Backup Camera, Rear View... https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07VDCJWVL?ref=ppx_pop_mob_ap_share
Just got done with it yesterday and so far so good.
This should suit you well as it comes with full support for the S-Pen and it's pressure sensitivity and tilting. It comes with a 3 day trial but is essentially a paid app costing $15
As others said, the problem does not lie within the image file as the device you are using compresses the wallpaper for some reason. This app worked like a charm on my Tab A 8.0", hopefully it will do the same for yours.
1.Download game pass app and connect xbox controller via bluetooth. (here, you pay monthly for an ultimate pass)
xbox game pass
mine hasn't come yet so i cant test it on the Tab but this app can connect your tablet to any computer and use it as pressure sensitive drawing tablet with display https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.kelocube.mirrorclient&hl=en
alternatively, spacedock app can wirelessly connect your computer and tablet and make the tablet as extended second monitor that you can touch.
Heres something you can look into.
Also to piggyback on this post if anyone reading this has a tab7 can they download moonreader onto the tab tell me if it works ok?
Since you brought it up, is this the app of which you speak?
I've only ever used the official Reddit app. Is there a reason I should look into using a different app?
Nice! There's also this app called Sentio Desktop which is a pretty decent (insert Bubbles voice here) alternative to Dex: https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.sentio.desktop
You might be misunderstanding...when you cross out a word, or "scribble it out", it removes it. You also can use the eraser which does require "switching pen type"...but you can just simply cross the word out and that deletes it, too.
Nebo - Take Better Notes: It is in the google play store, posted by MyScript. Am I allowed to post links here? https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.myscript.nebo&hl=en_US
Its the spigen ultra hybrid clear case for the s20. I also have a matte white dbrand skin on
new teesla model? haha
regarding cable, get something like this https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07V2CKPLG itll tuck the cable in the back a bit... id also suggest https://www.amazon.com/OHill-Organizer-Management-Organizing-Adhesive/dp/B071FXZBMV to further clean up the cable management there..
This is by far the best stand I've used.
The Kavalan aluminium stand is incredibly cheap for its quality. Its pure aluminium, which makes it quite heavy but also makes it feel like I'm touching a 100$ stand.
It has two hinges which makes the tab available in any angle/height, all the way from a low angle to use for a better drawing/writing experience, to a tall, 90° angle to watch movies
I would've loved it to be a little more portable, since when closed, its pretty wide and heavy, but it will still fit in your backpack with the tab.
Since it was mostly made for computers, its hinges are a little too hard to move. Most of the time I need both hands to change the height or angle (which I do often). But this just means it will have no trouble holding your tab in place no matter what.
If you are looking for a good quality, cheap table stand, this is deffinitely the one to go for.
Here. Hopefully direct links are allowed.
I bought two different stands but I think this one is the winner. The base is much, much heavier than the other I tried. Seems more secure, although the other has an extra hinge so more positions.
Motorola Turbo Power 45W Wall Charger
Anker 65W PIQ3.0 PPS Charger - PowerPort III Pod
I’m waiting for the knock off versions of the book cover. I like to take out the tablet out of the case often when I’m taking notes or drawing so the magnetic hold is perfect for me. In the meantime I picked this one up because it looks like it will be easier to take out of the case Supveco Galaxy Tab S7 Plus 12.4 case 2020, Shockproof Slim Cases for Samsung Galaxy Tab S7+ 12.4 with S Pen Holder Support Auto Sleep/Wake Smart Cover Case for Galaxy Tab S7+ 12.4 Inch 2020, Black https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08FC4MK6M/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_i_FGvxFbJBW4CVM
I bought this adaptor as it was recommended to me for wireless dex and in my experience it has worked perfectly, there has been zero audio delay for me and it runs perfectly fine, no lag at all
Here's the Amazon link for what I got: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B08BRCK7LB/ref=ox_sc_act_title_2?smid=A3H3293K5PQSKY&psc=1
Fits perfectly and the S pen writes smooth on it.
Try this: Download Solid Explorer, open the folder, sort the pictures to your liking via the three dot menu in the top right, open the first picture with "SE Image Viewer", swipe through your comic. Let me know if it works. If it does, SE is gonna cost a one-time payment after 14 days or so, but it's currently the best file manager out there, so an absolutely recommendable purchase.
Well GLTools' Play Store page actually specifically mentioned that it may fail on some Samsung devices. Also CM 10.1 (Android 4.2) is pretty old, older than GLTools too from what I gather... I guess that's another reason why it might not work.
So all things considered I think it's likely it's just not possible for you to install GLTools on your old tab... Of course it's possible there might be some magical solution that could solve it, but I wouldn't know about it and don't think it's likely either.
What stand are you using there? I'm so afraid the stand I buy isn't sturdy enough for the S8 Ultra... not that it's all that heavy but 14.x"!? I found this but yikes that price!
I have this same issue on my S8 ultra with my fintie case. Try using any drawing app and draw all over the screen. Mines only prevents any input over the magnets when the tablet is folded from the upright position. But when the case is folded like a book backwards there is no issue with the magnet. It's hard to explain lol
Not what you were looking for, but I recently bought a few of these to adapt some 3.5mm headphones as Bluetooth. Sound as good as wired to me and aren't very expensive. Might be a decent alternative.
I just went with a simple protective case for my S8 Ultra that's working out fine for me.
I had the Samsung keyboard with my Tab S6 but it came disconnected easily and was more trouble than it was worth.
All you need is to look on amazon for a usb-c hub.
You want to make sure it has the following features:
Auxiliary / headphone output
Power delivery / PD.
Something like this but note: this is UK. Find something similar in your country.
Hey it's all good ... I have something similar but different brand. Right now I'm using the one from Speck. I think because of the size of the tablet anything really just makes it awkward to maneuver haha... Still getting used to it moving from an S6 Tabe Lite. But I love it!!!