Samsung Galaxy Note 2 setup and user guide
Agent King shows you how to master your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 in our simple, easy-to-follow set-up and user guide.
If you’re reading this, hopefully you are the proud owner of a brand new Galaxy Note II, one of the most beautiful and brilliant Android-powered smartphones, in this Agent's humble opinion. Enough with the preamble, let's get unboxing and show off your new smartphone to the world.
Need to set up your details on a shiny new Samsung Galaxy Note 2? Follow along with these simple steps and Geek Squad will help you add your online accounts and personal information to your smartphone in no time.
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These days being out of sync with your email is a nightmare. Here's how to set up email on the Galaxy Note 2, so you never miss a newsletter, bulletin or update from your contacts. You can add multiple email addresses to your smartphone, from personal Gmail and hotmail accounts, to your work account.
Once your favourite social networks are set up on your Galaxy Note 2, it's easy to stay up-to-date with who's eaten what (Instagram was made for food photos), who's at the movies and who's recently adopted an adorable stray kitten. Here's how to set up Facebook, Twitter and your favourite social networks on your smartphone.
One of the best ways to personalise your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 is by adding a custom wallpaper. Whether it’s a picture of you and your girl (or boy), a photo of your kids or even your cat, changing the wallpaper allows you to leave your stamp on the phone. On the Note 2 it’s easy to do.
Widgets are mini programs that sit on your smartphone's homescreen and update, so you can see live weather reports, what's new on Google Play or what everyone's talking about on Reddit. Here's how to add widgets to your Galaxy Note 2.
Want to make your phone more secure? Let’s start with the lock screen; this is the first screen you will see when turning the phone on and where you can setup your first level of security.
The Google Play store is the online market place where you can discover new apps/games for your Galaxy Note 2 smartphone. The Play store offers a wide range of apps and it’s always a good idea to read other people’s review of the apps before downloading them.
There is nothing worse than running out of battery at the wrong moment. Especially when you’re trying to show off what your new phone can do! The Note 2 comes with a massive 3100mAh capacity battery, and there is always more we can do to squeeze the last drop of juice from this big battery!
Galaxy Note 2 runs on a quad core processor (That’s 4 cores, double the processing power of the original Galaxy Note 2) and 2GB of RAM so it should run lightning fast! However if you find the phone slowing down for any reason try closing any open apps.
It’s always good to have a backup of your data. Nobody likes losing their phone and it’s even worse if you lose your photo and contact numbers too! With this handy guide we will make you into a back-up-master! Let’s begin
It's important to know how to update your Galaxy Note 2. Software updates often bring new features, improved services and more reliable systems. Android 4.1 (Jelly Bean) makes it easy to keep up-to-date with the latest software as well as being optimised to run smoother than ever before with project butter.
S Voice is your digital assistant and while it can’t get you coffee or replace your secretary (yet), it can help you with several day to day tasks such as making a call, sending a message, navigation and adding calendar events all hands free.
Learn how to set up Smart Alert, Quick Glance and Direct Call on your Galaxy Note 2 and use the special features that are only available on selected Samsung Android-powered smartphones.
Want to enable NFC and S Beam on Galaxy Note 2? NFC stands for Near Field Communication. It’s a new wireless payment and connection technology that has recently become popular in smartphones. You can also use the S Beam feature to move file/contacts/pictures to other NFC enabled devices.
With an 8MP rear facing camera the Galaxy Note 2 takes great photos, but it doesn’t stop there through. Thanks to all the camera features you can now take, edit and share great photos on the go!
Google Now is Google’s answer to Siri, ask it anything and which it answer you with lightning fast speed! Allow it to assist in planning your journeys or even your whole day! Here's how to use Google Now on your Galaxy Note 2.