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    Description*Step-by-step instructions with callouts to Samsung Galaxy Note II photos that show you exactly what to do*Help when you run into Samsung Galaxy Note II problems or limitations*Tips and Notes to help you get the most from your Samsung Galaxy Note II Full-color, step-by-step tasks walk you through getting and keeping your Samsung Galaxy Note II working just the way you want. Learn how to * Make the most of Galaxy Note II's powerful hardware--from S Pen to sensors* Connect the right way at the right time, with Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, VPNs, NFC, and beaming* Transform your Galaxy Note II into a Wi-Fi hotspot others can share* Access websites fast and sync bookmarks across all your devices* Customize your wallpaper, keyboard, sound, display, and language* Efficiently manage your life: messages, contacts, meetings, and more* Use GPS and Google Maps to find any destination and never get lost* Get the exact information you need right now, with Google Now* Play, sync, and manage media--from music to YouTube videos* Store your music collection in the cloud, so you can listen anywhere* Make plans faster by adding participants to calls in progress* Automatically reject calls you don't want* Read ebooks and magazines with Google Play or the Amazon Kindle app* Find the best new apps and games on Google Play--even great freebies* Extend your battery life--today and for years to come* Keep your Galaxy Note II up-to-date, reliable, and secure


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    Title
    My Samsung Galaxy Note II
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Craig James Johnston, By (author) Guy Hart-Davis
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 336
    Width: 156 mm
    Height: 226 mm
    Thickness: 15 mm
    Weight: 530 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9780789748829
    ISBN 10: 0789748827
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    LC classification: QA76.8.S245 J64 2013
    Illustrations note
    colour illustrations,strationsstrations
    Publisher
    Pearson Education (US)
    Imprint name
    Que Corporation,U.S.
    Publication date
    23 April 2013
    Publication City/Country
    Indianapolis, Ind.
    Author Information
    Craig James Johnston has been involved with technology since his high school days at Glenwood High in Durban, South Africa, when his school was given some Apple ][ Europluses. From that moment, technology captivated him, and he has owned, supported, evangelized, and written about it. Craig has been involved in designing and supporting large-scale enterprise networks with integrated email and directory services since 1989. He has held many different IT-related positions in his career ranging from sales support engineer to mobile architect for a 40,000-smartphone infrastructure at a large bank. In addition to designing and supporting mobile computing environments, Craig cohosts the CrackBerry.com podcast as well as guest hosting on other podcasts, including iPhone and iPad Live podcasts. You can see Craig's previously published work in his books Professional BlackBerry, and many books in the My series, including My BlackBerry Curve, My Palm Pre, My Note II One, My DROID (first and second editions), My Motorola Atrix 4G, My BlackBerry PlayBook, and My HTC EVO 3D. Craig also enjoys high-horsepower, high-speed vehicles and tries very hard to keep to the speed limit while driving them. Originally from Durban, South Africa, Craig has lived in the United Kingdom, the San Francisco Bay Area, and New Jersey, where he now lives with his wife, Karen, and a couple of cats. Craig would love to hear from you. Feel free to contact Craig about your experiences with My Samsung Galaxy Note II at http://www.CraigsBooks.info. All comments, suggestions, and feedback are welcome, including positive and negative. Guy Hart-Davis is the author of approximately 100 computer books, including Kindle Fire Geekery and How to Do Everything: Samsung Galaxy Tab.
    Table of contents
    Prologue: Getting to Know Your Galaxy Note II 3 Your Galaxy Note II's External Features 3 Front 4 Back 5 Top 6 Bottom 6 S Pen 7 Getting to Know the S Pen 7 Air View 8 Gestures 10 Quick Commands 11 First-Time Setup 13 Fundamentals of Android 4.1 and TouchWiz 18 The Unlock Screen 18 The Home Screen(s) 20 Use the Touchscreen 24 Use the Keyboard 25 Dictation--Speak Instead of Type 29 Edit Text 30 Menus 32 Run Two Apps at the Same Time 33 Switch Between Apps 35 Installing Synchronization Software 35 Install Android File Transfer (Apple Mac OS X) 36 Install Google Music Manager (Apple Mac) 37 Install Google Music Manager (Windows) 38 Configure Music Manager (Windows and Apple Mac) 39 Chapter 1: Connecting to Bluetooth, Wi-Fi, and VPNs 43 Connecting to Bluetooth Devices 43 Pair with a New Bluetooth Device 44 Change Bluetooth Settings 47 Change Bluetooth Device Options 47 Wi-Fi 49 Connect to Wi-Fi 49 Wi-Fi Network Options 50 Advanced Wi-Fi Options 51 Wi-Fi Direct 53 Set Up Wi-Fi Direct 53 Use Wi-Fi Direct (the Official Way) 54 Use Wi-Fi Direct (Use WiFi Shoot) 56 Near Field Communications (NFC) 57 Enable NFC, Android Beam, and S Beam 57 Use Android Beam to Send Links to Content 58 Use Android Beam to Send Real Files 59 Use Samsung S Beam to Send Files 61 Cellular Networks 62 Change Mobile Settings 62 Virtual Private Networks (VPN) 64 Add a VPN 64 Connect to a VPN 66 Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot 69 Start Your Mobile Wi-Fi Hotspot 69 Chapter 2: Customizing Your Galaxy Note II 73 Changing Your Wallpaper 74 Wallpaper from Gallery Pictures 75 Live Wallpaper 76 Wallpaper 76 Changing Your Keyboard 77 Adding Widgets to Your Home Screens 78 Add a Widget 78 Remove and Move a Widget 80 Setting the Language 80 Changing Accessibility Settings 81 Adjusting Sound Settings 83 Modifying Display Settings 84 Adjusting Samsung-Specific Settings 87 Home Screen Mode 87 Blocking Mode 88 Motion 89 S Pen 91 Chapter 3: Browsing the Web 93 Navigating with Chrome 93 Web Page Options 95 Browser Tricks 96 Managing Bookmarks, Most Visited, and Other Devices 97 Manage Bookmarks 98 Create a Bookmark 99 Manage the Most Visited Sites List 99 Manage the Other Devices List 100 Managing Multiple Tabs 101 Customizing Browser Settings 102 Chapter 4: Email 109 Gmail 109 Add a Google Account 110 Navigate the Gmail App 112 Compose Gmail Email 113 Add Attachments to Messages 114 Read Gmail Email 115 Modify Gmail Settings 117 Manage Gmail Labels 120 Email Application 121 Add a Work Email Account 121 Add a New POP3 or IMAP Account 124 Working with the Email App 127 Navigate the Email Application 127 Compose an Email 128 Add Attachments to a Message 130 Read Email 130 Change Email App Settings 132 Chapter 5: Google Now and Navigation 141 Google Now 141 Understand the Google Now Screen 142 Set Up Google Now 143 Set Up Google Maps 145 Google Maps 146 Get Directions 146 Adjust Google Maps Settings 148 Use Offline Google Maps 150 Access Google Maps Offers 151 Locate Friends with Google Latitude 153 Navigation 153 Chapter 6: Working with Date, Time, and Calendar 157 Setting the Date and Time 157 Clock Application 159 Navigate the Clock Application 159 Manage Alarms 160 Use the World Clock 162 Use the Desk Clock 163 Use Dock Mode 164 Using the Calendar Application 167 Navigate the Calendar Main Screen 167 Choose Which Calendars and Task Lists to View 169 Change Calendar Settings 169 Add a New Event 171 Respond to a Google Event Invitation 174 Respond to a Corporate Event Invitation 175 Use Quick Responses 177 Add a Task 178 Chapter 7: Contacts 181 Adding Accounts 181 Navigating Contacts 186 Check a Contact's Status 188 Edit a Contact 188 Add a Contact Photo 190 Adding and Managing Contacts 191 Add a Contact from an Email 191 Add a Contact Manually 192 Add a Contact from a vCard 193 Add a Contact Using Near Field Communications 194 Manage Contacts Settings 195 Create Contact Groups 196 Change the Contacts in a Contacts Group 197 Choose Which Contacts to Display 198 Join and Separate Contacts 199 Adding a Contact to Your Home Screen 200 Chapter 8: Phone, SMS, and MMS 203 Phone 203 Open and Navigate the Phone App 204 Receive a Call 205 Handle Missed Calls 207 Place a Call 208 Configure the Phone App 213 SMS and MMS 215 Get to Know the Messaging App 216 Manage Settings for the Messaging App 216 Compose Messages 223 Attach Files to Messages 224 Receive Messages 226 Chapter 9: Audio, Video, Photos, and Movies 229 Enjoying Music with the Music Application 229 Install the Play Music App 230 Find Music 231 Purchase Music 231 Add Your Existing Music to Google Music 233 Use the Music Application 236 Control Playback 238 Work and Listen to Music 240 Work with Playlists 241 Listen to Music with No Wireless Coverage 243 Playing and Sharing Videos 244 Share Videos 246 Delete Videos 248 Taking Photos and Videos with the Camera App 248 Take Photos 248 Change Camera Settings 249 View the Photos You Take 251 Record Videos with the Camera App 253 Change Video Settings 253 Enjoying Videos with the YouTube App 254 Meet the YouTube Main Screen 255 Play a Video 256 Change YouTube Settings 258 Upload a Video to YouTube from the YouTube App 260 Chapter 10: Books and Magazines 263 Reading Books with Play Books and Kindle 263 Open the Play Books App and Meet Your Library 264 Get Books from the Play Store 265 Read Books with the Play Books App 267 Choose Options for the Play Books App 268 Install the Kindle App 270 Reading Magazines with Play Magazines 274 Open the Play Magazines App and Choose Your Magazines 275 Read a Magazine with the Play Magazines App 277 Choose Options for the Play Magazines App 278 Chapter 11: Working with Android Apps 281 Configuring Google Wallet 281 Navigating Google Play 283 Download Free Apps 284 Buy Apps 285 Manage Apps 286 Manage Google Play Settings 288 Keeping Apps Up to Date 289 Chapter 12: Maintaining Your Galaxy Note II and Solving Problems 293 Updating Android 294 Optimizing the Battery 296 Take Care of the Battery 296 Monitor Battery Use 297 Choose Power-Saving Options 298 Apps and Memory .299 Reining in Your Data Usage 300 Set Background Data Limits 302 Caring for the Galaxy Note II's Exterior 302 Getting Help with Your Galaxy Note II 303 Index 304