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(eshopdaroana.com) - How do you follow-up a great phone? With an even greater phone. That"s what the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is, Samsung"s most accomplished device.

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But there"s no avoiding that can be a complicated phone to master. It has more features, more options and more to do than any other device out there.

Fortunately, we"ve all the hard work for you: these are the best Note 9 tips and tricks to help you master your S Pen marvel.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 S Pen tips and tricks

The thing that makes the Note different to Galaxy S is the S Pen. For the Note 9, it also brings a range of new functions, adding Bluetooth to the S Pen and charging it when in the Note, for a seamless experience. Here"s how to wield the S Pen like a pro.

Launch the camera or another app with S Pen: New to the Note 9 are a range of remote control features and the camera is the target. Head into settings > advanced features > S Pen > S Pen remote. This will let you select an app to launch on a long press of the S Pen button. It"s the camera by default, but you can select other apps.

Control the camera with your S Pen: Take super selfies without touching the screen, using the S Pen. A button press will take a photo, a double press switches between front and back camera. The S Pen settings above gives you all the controls.

Flick through Power Point slides or Gallery photos with S Pen: You can also use that remote control to leaf through Point Point slides or Gallery photos, ideal if you"re making a presentation on your phone, casting to a screen, or just sharing photos with friends. Just press the button to progress through photos. Again, the settings are in settings > advanced settings > S Pen > S Pen remote to manage these options.

Unlock your phone using S Pen: We don"t mean using it to tap in your password, but by pressing the button on your S Pen. Head into settings > advanced features > S Pen > Unlock with S Pen remote. This only works when the S Pen is out of the phone and connected, designed to wake the display if it goes to sleep in the middle of something. It will also depend on your security settings as to whether it will return to what you were doing or take you to the lock screen.


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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 apps tray

The apps tray is where all your app icons are stored. By default it"s a mess, randomly arranged, with new apps being plonked on the last page. It"s accessed with a swipe up on the home screen by default, but then scrolls left and right. Here"s how to manage your apps tray like a pro.

Close the apps try with a swipe: You don"t have to press the home button to go home, you can swipe the apps tray away either with another upwards swipe, or a downwards swipe.

Remove the apps tray:If you want your apps all on home screen pages, you can remove the apps tray completely. Long press on the home screen"and select "home screen settings". In the "home screen layout" you"ll have the option to have "home and app screens" or home screen only".

Change the apps tray grid: This will let you fit more icons or folders on one page and take advantage of that massive screen. Head into the home screen settings and select "apps screen grid". Change to 5x6 to fit the most on.

Put an apps button on the home screen: For years Samsung had an apps button you could tap to open the apps tray. It is off by default, but you can restore it if you prefer that over swiping. Head into the home screen settings and you"ll see the option for "apps button" to turn it back on.

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Search for apps: There"s a handy search bar - Finder - at the top of the apps tray so you can search for your apps. Or you can open a Google search and type the app. This will reveal device apps to open at a tap.

Manually reorder apps:To manually move apps around you have to have open the apps try and hit the menu button top right and press sort > custom order. Then long press on an app icon and then drag it to the location you want it to be, but be careful not to drop it on another app, as you"ll make a folder, as below. If you hold it too long, you"ll dump it on the home screen, so it"s a little tricky.

Alphabetise your apps:We prefer to sort in alphabetical order for simplicity. Open the apps tray, open the menu top right and select "sort", then "alphabetical order". This then switches everything into it"s place.

Create an apps tray folder:Long press on an app icon, but this time drag it over another icon and you"ll create a folder with those two items. Or, long press and tap"select multiple items". This will let you select a number of apps (including on different pages) and once you have those you want, tap the "create folder" option at the top of the page.

Uninstall apps:Long press on the app icon and tap "uninstall", it"s as simple as that.

Remove a folder from the apps tray: If you don"t like folders you"ve created, or want to break the apps out of the default folders Samsung offers, long press on the folder and select "delete folder" from the pop-up menu. The folder will be removed and the apps set free into the apps tray.

Add apps to your home screen: Press and hold on the app shortcut in the apps tray. This will let you place a shortcut on your home screen. If you"re making home screen folders, you can drop it right into the folder you want.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 app management

Moving from the apps tray to the apps themselves, there are other management features that are worth exploring to get the most out of your Note 9.

Enable full screen apps:The 18.5:9 display means that many apps won"t natively open in full screen mode, instead running in a more regular 16:9 aspect. If you open one of these apps, a banner at the bottom will offers to "view full screen" and force the app into 18.5:9. If you don"t see this messages,by head into settings > display > full screen apps. Here you can go through your list of installed apps and turn on full screen for those that aren"t enabled.

Turn off full screen apps: As above, in that same area you can toggle off apps that are showing full screen but you don"t want to, perhaps if it causes a problem in a game for example.

Change the default app: Android lets you decide which is the default app if you have more than one that will do the same thing. Under settings > apps > menu > default apps you can see what has been selected as the default browser, calling app, messaging app and home screen/launcher. You can also elect to have the Note 9 automatically select default apps, or ask you when there"s a choice under the "default app selection" setting.

Control app permissions:Androidlets you manage all the permissions for each app on an individual basis. Go to apps > select the app and hit "permissions". This will let you toggle permissions on and off, so you can disable location access, for example, or check what that dodgy APK is accessing.

Power manage your apps with special access: Apps can do a lot and there can be a lot to control them, but a handy option is the "special access" menu. Head into settings > apps > menu > special access. Here you"ll find all sorts of permissions and controls and which apps can do particular things - for example you can see all the apps that will appear over the top of another, apps that can do picture-in-picture, apps that will be able to install apps on your phone. It"s an easy way to control settings for a feature across a range of apps.