Galaxy Note Guides (AllAboutGalaxyNote.com) is a resource center for all Samsung Galaxy Note users.
Galaxy Note Guides cover all Galaxy Note devices including the original Galaxy Note (or Note 1), Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Note 7 (recalled and discontinued), Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Note 8.0, Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition and the 12.2″ Galaxy Note Pro.
Galaxy Note Guides are organized in the following categories.
You can find the best S Pen related and S Note related guides here.
The official user manual (in PDF format) for all Samsung Galaxy Note devices can be found here. You can download them to read or to print. You can also read them online.
Galaxy Note 4 Guides show you how to use Galaxy Note 4 new features and how to customize Galaxy Note 5.
Galaxy Note 5 Guides show you how to use Galaxy Note 5 new features and how to customize Galaxy Note 5.
Galaxy Note 7 Guides show you how to use Galaxy Note 7 new features and how to customize Galaxy Note 7. Although Galaxy Note 7 was recalled and discontinued, some Galaxy Note 7 features have been ported to Galaxy Note 5.
List of recent Galaxy Note guides
Here is the list of most recent Galaxy Note guides. The complete list of Galaxy Note guides can be found in Galaxy Note Guides.
The spare S Pen nibs and the tool are often neglected by Galaxy Note device owners. It is a waste for many users who feel the S Pen is too sticky or too slippery.
This S Pen guide explains the different usages of the spare Galaxy Note 9 S Pen nibs and how to change the nib for Galaxy Note 9 S Pen.
Items related to Galaxy Note 9 S Pen nib in the Galaxy Note 9 box
In your Galaxy Note 9 box, you may notice the following small plastic bag. Some users may think it is a weird connector for some ancient devices and throw it away.
Do NOT throw it away.
You will need the items inside it when you want to change the Galaxy Note 9 S Pen nib.
In the plastic bag, you can find:
- Tweezers. This is provided as a tool for S Pen nib removal.
- Another tiny plastic bag with two (2) pieces of spare Galaxy Note 9 S Pen nib (tip).
Prior to Galaxy Note 9, there are 5 pieces of spare S Pen nib. It seems Samsung is less generous on accessories for the more expensive Galaxy Note 9.
When and why you need to change Galaxy Note 9 S Pen nib?
When you use the S Pen on Galaxy Note 9 screen, some users may feel it is too sticky. Some may feel it is too slippery.
Even for the same phone, after you apply a screen protector, you may find it is a bit harder to use the S Pen.
In these cases, you may change the S Pen nib to see whether the performance of the S Pen is better.
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You can even customize the app actions corresponding to the single press (press the S Pen button once) and double press (press the S Pen button twice).
This Galaxy Note 9 S Pen guide explains how to use and customize S Pen remote control on Galaxy Note 9.
What is S Pen remote control on Galaxy Note 9?
The Galaxy Note 9 S Pen is Bluetooth-enabled. And Samsung wants you to use it as a remote control so that you can free your hands from the phone screen.
If you ever used a selfie stick, you may already know the importance of a remote shutter for the selfie stick.
Now, with Galaxy Note 9, you can just press the S Pen button once to take a photo. You can press the button twice to switch between the front and rear camera.
Or when you hook Galaxy Note 9 to a projector to do a presentation (in either screen mirroring or Samsung DeX mode), you can use S Pen as a wireless presenter.
Besides the camera app and PowerPoint app, you can also use S Pen remote control on Galaxy Note 9 to control a few other apps.
There are 3 categories of S Pen remote control on Galaxy Note 9:
- Open app or S Pen function. You can designate one app to be opened when you press the S Pen button (and when you are in Galaxy Note 9 Home screen or Apps screen). You can also choose one S Pen feature (e.g., smart select) if you do not want to open an app.
- App actions. You can choose the corresponding operations for single press and double press of the S Pen in supported Samsung and Google apps.
- Universal control or master control. You can assign operations for all third-party camera apps and media apps.
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You can now use Galaxy Note 9 S Pen as a remote control for several apps, in addition to the traditional S Pen features such as air command and screen-off memo.
This Galaxy Note 9 guide explains the new features of this new S Pen, how to charge Galaxy Note 9 S Pen, and how to check the battery and Bluetooth connection status.
Please note, this guide is for the new S Pen bundled with Galaxy Note 9. For S Pen with previous generations of Galaxy Note devices (e.g., Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Note 4, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy Note II, Galaxy Note, Galaxy Note 10.1, Galaxy Note Pro, and Galaxy Note 8.0), please check this page.
What’s new in the Galaxy Note 9 S Pen?
S Pen differs Galaxy Note devices from other Android phones and tablets. Samsung included S Pen in a few Galaxy Tab S and Galaxy Tab A tablets after they stopped making Galaxy Note tablets.
Over the years, Samsung only slightly tweaked the S Pen. From Galaxy Note to Note 4, there were no noticeable changes. Since Galaxy Note 5, a new design with a release spring has been adopted up to now. But it is only a cosmetic, not functional revision.
Galaxy Note 9 S Pen probably can be considered as a new generation of S Pen.
Although the physic design of the Galaxy Note 9 S Pen is almost identical to that of Galaxy Note 8 (or Note 5), there are considerable new features introduced in the new S Pen on Galaxy Note 9.
The most significant change in Galaxy Note 9 S Pen is Bluetooth LE support.
So, in addition to all existing S Pen features, you can use the S Pen as a remote control, for example
- Use the new S Pen as a shutter button for taking photos;
- Use the new S Pen
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The official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manual shows you how to use the new features of Galaxy Note 9 in your local language.
You may waste hours of time by trying some features in Galaxy Note 9 (e.g., the new Galaxy Note 9 S Pen or S Pen remote). These features and functions are very likely explained or mentioned in these official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manuals.
We are trying to include all available languages of the official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manual in this page, and therefore you can get the most appropriate version of the Galaxy Note 9 user guide for your local market.
How to use the official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manual?
You can download the official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manual in your language to your PC or smartphone, then read it offline.
As all Galaxy Note 9 user guides are in PDF format, you only need to use a PDF reader app (which was included in Galaxy Note 9 already) to read the Galaxy Note 9 user manual.
Normally, it is NOT necessary to read from the beginning to the end. You will not be able to remember it.
Instead, you may save the official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manual as a reference book in your Galaxy Note 9. When you have doubts or problems on some features of Galaxy Note 9, or some apps in Galaxy Note 9, or some settings for Galaxy Note 9, you may search the relevant content from the table of contents, or search the keyword in the PDF file.
If you still need a hard copy of the official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manual, you have to print it by yourself or use some printing and binding vendors. Samsung does not offer hard copies.
List of the official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manual in all languages
This is a live page. We will add more language versions of Galaxy Note 9 user guide once they are available during our routine website updating period.
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Samsung unveiled Galaxy Note 9, the 8th generation of Galaxy Note devices, on August 9 (press release). You will be able to get one in retail stores on August 24.
As the latest generation of Galaxy Note devices, you should expect some new features of Galaxy Note 9 in this phablet.
This guide will explore the top nine new features of Galaxy Note 9 (compared to Galaxy Note 8) to help you understand the differences and enhancements in Galaxy Note 9.
You may check and download the official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manual in your local language to try these features.
#1. Top 9 new features of Galaxy Note 9: Bluetooth-enabled S Pen
But S Pen in Galaxy Note 9 got a significant update: the S Pen is now Bluetooth enabled.
In addition to all existing S Pen features, you can now use the S Pen as a remote control for Galaxy Note 9: a remote shutter for Galaxy Note 9 camera, a remote control of media player, a presenter for your presentation with Galaxy Note 9, a remote launcher of some apps. You may check this guide on how to use S Pen remote control on Galaxy Note 9.
You do not need to worry about the battery life and charging the battery in the new S Pen. You put the S Pen in the S Pen slot in Galaxy Note 9 for 1 minute; the S Pen will be ready for use up to 30 minutes.
The secret lies on the supercapacitor, not a regular battery, which powers the S Pen. The lifespan of a supercapacitor is also far longer than a standard lithium battery, and therefore you should never need to replace the supercapacitor even if you use Galaxy Note 9 for the next 10 years.
Please check this page on how to use and charge the new Galaxy Note 9 …
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Galaxy Note 8 introduced several new features and improvements compared to Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy Note 5. You may want to read the official Samsung Galaxy Note 8 user manual to get used to new functions and features, in addition to following Galaxy Note 8 how-to guides.
How to use and download Samsung Galaxy Note 8 User Manual?
This post is a collection of the official Samsung Galaxy Note 8 user manual in different languages. All of these user guides are in PDF format. You can download them and read them later. You can also print them if you want.
If you want to read Galaxy Note 8 user manual in your phone, then what you need is a PDF reader app, for example, Adobe Acrobat reader.
As there are many different language versions of Galaxy Note 8 user manual, we update this post regularly by adding more languages. If you cannot find the local language version of Galaxy Note 8 user guide you need, please let us know your request in the comment box below. We will try to add them as early as possible.
All the user guides in this post are for Galaxy Note 8 only. For other Galaxy Note phones, you may check the official user manuals in these pages:
- The official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 user manual
- Galaxy Note 7 user manual.
- Galaxy Note 5 user manual, and Galaxy Note 5 user manual with Android Nougat update.
- Galaxy Note 4 user manual, and Galaxy Note 4 user manual with Marshmallow and Lollipop update.
- Galaxy Note 3 user manual and Galaxy Note 3 online manual.
- Galaxy Note II user manual.
- Galaxy Note user manual.
List of available language versions of official Samsung Galaxy Note 8 user manual
This is a live page. We will add the official Samsung Galaxy Note 8 user manuals in all languages here once they are released.
1. Official Samsung Galaxy Note 8 user manual in English language (UK) for international versions of Galaxy Note 8 (Android Nougat 7.1, English, Europe, Latin
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As the successor of the defunct Galaxy Note 7, Galaxy Note 8 (Samsung officially named it as Note8) brings many new features and improvements. These new features of Galaxy Note 8 differentiate Galaxy Note 8 from previous generations of Galaxy Note devices, and also from other Android phones you can buy.
Even compared to this year’s flagship Galaxy S8 which was launched less than 6 months ago, Galaxy Note 8 offers considerable upgrade and new features.
This post summarizes the most notable new features in Galaxy Note 8 you should try. These top 8 new features of Galaxy Note 8 are also the important factors that may help you decide whether Galaxy Note 8 is the right phone for you.
You may also check the official Galaxy Note 8 user guide in your own language to know the phone better.
Dual rear cameras
Dual rear camera is not new. Many other Android phone manufacturers like LG and HTC offered dual cameras in their flagship phones for one or two years already. Even some iPhones (for example iPhone 7 Plus) have dual rear cameras.
Samsung added a few useful features to Galaxy Note 8’s dual camera:
- Optical image stabilization (OIS) for both of the rear cameras. All other vendors offer OIS only in one of the rear cameras.
- 2x optical zoom, in addition to digital zoom. This is the first Galaxy phones with optical zoom.
- Live focus. You can blur the background and focus on specific object. Photos taken with live focus can be modified by adjusting the level of background blur in the future.
- Dual capture. When live focus is on, you can take 2 pictures individually with the two cameras.
Dual camera probably is one of the most useful and attractive new features of Galaxy Note 8.
6.3 inch screen
The infinity display may be not the cake for some Note users. But the bigger display is definitely an exciting feature of Galaxy Note 8.
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Galaxy Note 5 Android Nougat udpate is the last major update for Galaxy Note 5 in most regions. You may check the the Official Samsung Galaxy Note 5 user manuals with Android Nougat update here.
Just like other major Android updates, there are many new features and improvements in Galaxy Note 5 Android Nougat update. Some of these new features and improvements are from Android Nougat 7.0; and others are customized by Samsung for their Galaxy devices.
This post will summarize the top 12 new features and improvements in Galaxy Note 5 Android Nougat udpate to help you get the most from the new firmware in your Galaxy Note 5.
New UI in Galaxy Note 5 Android Nougat udpate
Samsung finally ditched the old blue/green UI and moved to new Grace UI , which was first spotted in the defunct Galaxy Note 7.
Actually, the new Grace UI is now standard in all Samsung devices with Android Nougat.
With the new UI, Galaxy Note 5 looks like a modern device. The old UI is really old-fashioned (arguable).
Of course, some Galaxy Note 5 may not like the white color based theme in the Galaxy Note 5 Android Nougat udpate. They can easily find many dark themes for Galaxy Note 5.
New device maintenance entry in Galaxy Note 5 settings
In Galaxy Note 5 Android Nougat udpate, you can find a new entry named device maintenance.
Device maintenance offers one-button optimization including:
- Checking background apps;
- Freeing up storage;
- Detecting abnormal battery usage;
- Detecting app crashes;
- Detecting malware apps.
In addition, in device maintenance, you can also:
- check battery usage and enable battery saving modes;
- choose and customize 4 different performance modes;
- manage storage;
- check memory usage and clean memory;
- enable /disable Intel Security Anti-malware (actually it is re-branded McAfee VirusScan). It is NOT recommended if you get apps from reliable sources.
So, device maintenance in Galaxy Note 5 Android Nougat udpate is just a combination of various device management and optimization tools.
New Calendar app replaces S Planner
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About official Samsung Galaxy Note 5 user manuals with Android Nougat update
In most regions, Samsung updated Galaxy Note 5 to Android Nougat (Android 7.0). These official Samsung Galaxy Note 5 user manuals with Android Nougat update in different languages will help you to use Galaxy Note 5 with Android Nougat update.
The Galaxy Note 5 Android Nougat update is a major update. Some new features were introduced and some changes were made. You may refer to this post on top 12 new features in Galaxy Note 5 Android Nougat update.
The official Samsung Galaxy Note 5 user manuals listed in this page are for Galaxy Note 5 (all variants of SM-N920 including N920C, N920CD, N920F, N920G, N9208, N920G, N920I, N920A, N920T, N920V, N920P and N920T) with Android Nougat (Android 7.0) update. If you Galaxy Note 5 is still running Lollipop, you should check this page.
How to download and print official Samsung Galaxy Note 5 user manuals with Android Nougat update
All of the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 user manuals with Android Nougat update are in PDF format and are served from this website directly (locally).
You can download these user guides if you can read this page.
To download official Samsung Galaxy Note 5 user manuals with Android Nougat update :
- if you are reading this page on a PC with mouse, you can click the download link to open the PDF file. Almost all browsers can open PDF files. You can then save the PDF file from the browser. Alternatively, you can right click the link, then choose save link as.
- if you are reading this page on a mobile device with a touch screen. You can tap and hold the link, then tap “download link” to download a copy. If you tap the link, the browser will ask you whether you want to download the PDF file.
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Following the global Galaxy Note 7 recall, in the market, there are two types of Galaxy Note 7 devices: Galaxy Note 7 to be returned (but the owners have not done so) and the safe Galaxy Note 7 devices (with a safe Galaxy Note 7 battery).
For your own safety, you should make sure your Galaxy Note 7 now has a safe battery inside. If the battery is not safe, you should return the phone to local Samsung office.
Do not risk your safety.
This guide shows you various methods to check whether you have a safe Galaxy Note 7 battery in your Note7.
Method 1: use IMEI number to check whether you have a safe Galaxy Note 7 battery
You can use the IMEI number (which is unique for each mobile device) of your Galaxy Note 7 to check whether the Galaxy Note 7 battery is safe or not.
For dual SIM models, there are two IMEI number. Normally, you just use the IMEI number for SIM card slot 1.
You can find out your Galaxy Note 7’s IMEI number in any of the following 4 ways:
- Outside Galaxy Note 7 box. Outside of the box, the IMEI number usually is usually printed in a white label.
- Inside Galaxy Note 7 box. Inside the Galaxy Note 7 box, there are some sticks. Some of them are for IMEI numbers.
- Back of Galaxy Note 7 device. IMEI number is always printed in the back of your Galaxy Note 7 near the main antenna area. You can find the tiny characters under CE0168 or something similar. Anyway, the characters are always small! The IMEI number is sectioned by “/”. You need the whole string, then remove the “/”.
- In Galaxy Note 7. In your Galaxy Note 7, you can find IMEI number in Settings — About device — Status — IMEI information.
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Today (September 2, 2016), Samsung announced globally (excluding China) voluntary recall for Galaxy Note 7 due to possible battery quality issues in some phones.
The official statement can be found here and quoted below.
Samsung is committed to producing the highest quality products and we take every incident report from our valued customers very seriously. In response to recently reported cases of the new Galaxy Note7, we conducted a thorough investigation and found a battery cell issue.
To date (as of September 1) there have been 35 cases that have been reported globally and we are currently conducting a thorough inspection with our suppliers to identify possible affected batteries in the market. However, because our customers’ safety is an absolute priority at Samsung, we have stopped sales of the Galaxy Note7.
For customers who already have Galaxy Note7 devices, we will voluntarily replace their current device with a new one over the coming weeks. Instructions on the replacement process will be shared next week.
We acknowledge the inconvenience this may cause in the market but this is to ensure that Samsung continues to deliver the highest quality products to our customers. We are working closely with our partners to ensure the replacement experience is as convenient and efficient as possible.
Why Samsung recall Galaxy Note 7 globally?
The Galaxy Note 7 recall is due to reported battery issues.
According to Samsung, there are 35 cases reported till September 1 (among about 1 million sold Galaxy Note 7 devices).
Up to now, nobody is injured. The damage is limited to Galaxy Note 7 devices only.
Because Samsung cannot identify the batch of batteries with potential quality issues from one of its two battery cell suppliers, as a preventive measure, they decided to recall all Galaxy Note 7 voluntarily.
What does voluntary recall mean?
A product can be recalled due to demands of local authorities, or court coders. These are compulsory product recalls…
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What is Galaxy Note 7 screen grid?
As you may notice, all app icons (and app folders) in Galaxy Note 7 home screen are aligned vertically and horizontally as rows and columns. You are not allowed to place an app icon or app folder in arbitrary locations.
This is result of Galaxy Note 7 screen grid. You can only put app icons or app folders into the grid.
Of course, size of app icon will be adjusted accordingly based on screen grid settings in Galaxy Note 7.
Screen grid in Galaxy Note 7 helps you align app icons and app folders in both home screen and apps screen. Therefore, different customization still give a consistent look of Galaxy Note 7 home screen and apps screen.
Screen grid was introduced to help big screen phone users to adjust the app icon size. It is part of the default TouchWiz launcher in Galaxy Note 7.
If you are using third-party launchers, the feature may be not available or is offered in different ways. This guide is based on default Galaxy Note 7 launcher.
How to use Galaxy Note 7 screen grid to customize app icon size?
Galaxy Note 7 screen grid settings are included in home screen options.
So, to adjust screen grid to customize app icon size in Galaxy Note 7, you need to enter edit mode of Galaxy Note 7 home screen (aka Galaxy Note 7 home screen options).
You can enter edit mode of Galaxy Note 7 home screen in one of the following two methods:
Once in edit mode as shown below, you can find 3 Galaxy Note 7 home screen options:
- Wallpapers and themes.
- Screen grid.
Tap Screen grid as shown below.
In the Galaxy Note 7 screen grid page, current screen grid settings is listed, for example it is 5*5 in the screenshot. This means that in each home screen panel, app icons are arranged in 5 rows and columns.
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Apps in Galaxy Note 7 home screen are just shortcuts
As discussed in this guide, apps in Galaxy Note 7 home screen are just shortcuts of the actual apps and therefore:
- you can have multiple copies of the same app in Galaxy Note 7 home screen. This makes home screen different from apps screen (app drawer).
- removing an app from Galaxy Note 7 home screen does not affect the app. Actually, if there are multiple copies of the same app, removing one copy does not affect other copies at all.
- if an app was uninstalled or disabled, all app icons for the app in Galaxy Note 7 home screen will disappear automatically.
But in Galaxy Note 7, Samsung introduced some new features for apps in Galaxy Note 7 home screen, including uninstalling apps, or putting apps into sleep from Galaxy note 7 home screen.
This guide will show you how to use these new features and how to add, move, delete, and use apps in Galaxy Note 7 home screen.
This guide is based on the default Galaxy Note 7 launcher. If you are using third-party launchers, you need check the manual for the corresponding launcher or the developer.
What are new features of apps in Galaxy Note 7 home screen?
There are a few new features for apps in Galaxy Note 7 home screen (compared to Galaxy Note 5) by introducing a new context menu.
If you tap and hold an app icon in Galaxy Note 7 home screen, you will get the new context menu including
- App info. You can check detailed app info of this app.
- Uninstall or disable. You can uninstall the app (if it was installed by you) or disable the app (if it was pre-installed).
- Put to sleep. This option shows only if the app is running in background. You can force it into sleep state to save battery.
For example, in Galaxy Note 7 home screen, tap and hold Google Duo app icon, you will find 2 items: uninstall and app info, as shown below.
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What are app folders in Galaxy Note 7 home screen?
App folders in Galaxy Note 7 home screen are just folders holding any apps. It is an analogue to folders for files in your PC.
When you have many apps in Galaxy Note 7 home screen, you may have to use many home screen panels. You then have to navigate to the corresponding panel and find the app to use it.
You can use app folders in Galaxy Note 7 home screen to organize apps so that you can have a neat home screen. It therefore is more efficient to find an app and then launch it.
Normally, you may want to organize apps with similar functions (e.g., note taking, or photo editing), or from the same vendor (e.g., from Google, or from Amazon..) into a folder. This can help you find the app quickly.
As mentioned in this guide, all apps in Galaxy Note 7 home screen are just shortcuts to the actual apps. So, you can have multiple copies of the same app in home screen. This means you can put one app into two or more app folders in Galaxy Note 7 home screen.
For example, you can put Google Photos into a folder named Google (which was actually created when you received the phone), and other folders for photo browsing (e.g., together with Gallery or other third-party gallery apps).
In short, app folders in Galaxy Note 7 home screen are about efficiency in locating and launching apps. But it does not support app folders in an app folder (i.e., nested app folders).
Most third-party launchers also support this feature. But the method to create, use and manage app folders may be different. This guide is based on the default launcher in Galaxy Note 7.
How to create app folders in Galaxy Note 7 home screen?
You can create apps folders in Galaxy Note 7 home screen by following these 2 steps as shown below:
Step 1: On home screen, tap and hold an app, and then drag it over another app.
Step 2: Drop
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What are Galaxy Note 7 indicator icons in status bar?
Galaxy Note 7 indicator icons (aka, status icons) give you quick info on the status of system key features/services in Galaxy Note 7. So, it is important to understand the meaning of Galaxy Note 7 indicator icons in status bar.
These indicator icons are always located in the right side of the stats bar in the top of the Galaxy Note 7 screen as shown below.
The left side of Galaxy Note 7 status bar is usually for notification icons associated with individual notifications.
Galaxy Note 7 status bar appears in all screens: home screen, apps screen, lock screen, individual apps.
Galaxy Note 7 status bar may be hidden when some apps are in immersive full-screen mode. In this case, you can still get status bar by swiping downwards from top of the screen to display status bar. You can then find Galaxy note 7 indicator icons in the status bar.
Meaning of commonly encountered Galaxy Note 7 indicator icons
In different regions, Galaxy Note 7 indicator icons may be slightly different. In this page, I will try to only include the common ones.
When you see this Galaxy Note 7 indicator icon in the staus bar, your Galaxy Note 7 is NOT registered with any mobile networks. There will be no cellular functions (voice or data).
Please check Galaxy Note 7 SIM card guide on how to use proper SIM card in Galaxy Note 7.
This Galaxy Note 7 indicator icon shows you how strong the mobile network signal is in your area.
More bars mean stronger signal, and therefore, the connection is usually more stable. If you can only see one bar, voice or data connection may be interrupted frequently.
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Enjoy Galaxy Note!