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Conserve the Galaxy Tab Power: Sleep and Off

There are two ways to conserve power when you’re not using your Galaxy Tab – turn it off or put it to sleep. Most often, you will just put your Galaxy Tab to sleep. [more…]

How to Set Up E-mail on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

Electronic mail is handled on the Samsung Galaxy Tab by two apps: Gmail and Email. The Gmail app hooks directly into your Google Gmail account. In fact, they’re exact echoes of each other: The Gmail you [more…]

How to Create Multiple E-mail Accounts on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

The Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1 Email app can be configured to pick up mail from multiple sources. If you have a Yahoo! Mail or Windows Live account, or maybe your corporate account, in addition to your ISP’s [more…]

How to Receive E-mail on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

The Samsung Galaxy Tab works flawlessly with Gmail. In fact, if Gmail is already set up to be your main e-mail address, you’ll enjoy having access to your messages all the time by using your Tab. [more…]

How to Read E-mail on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

You’re alerted to the arrival of a new e-mail message in your Samsung Galaxy Tab by a notification icon. The icon differs depending on the e-mail’s source. [more…]

How to Create and Send E-mail on the Galaxy Tab

To help keep you electronically connected, the Samsung Galaxy Tab features the ability to create and send your electronic missives. You can compose just about anywhere you go. [more…]

The Galaxy Tab Orients Itself

The Samsung Galaxy Tab features a gizmo called an accelerometer. It determines in which direction the Tab is pointed or whether you’ve reoriented the device from an upright to a horizontal position, or [more…]

How to Control the Volume on Your Samsung Galaxy Tab

Finding that just-right volume level is the job of the volume control buttons that cling to the left side of the Samsung Galaxy Tab. When you press the top part of the volume button, it makes the volume [more…]

Overview of the Samsung Galaxy Tab Home Screen

The main base from which you begin exploration of the Galaxy Tab is the Home screen. It’s the first thing you see after unlocking the Tab, and the place you go to whenever you quit an application. [more…]

Overview of Quick Settings on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

The Quick Settings are a clutch of popular Samsung Galaxy Tab features, each of which can be quickly accessed from the notifications pop-up. To see the Quick Settings, pop up the notifications list. Then [more…]

Overview of the Apps Menu on the Samsung Galaxy Tab Home Screen

The application icons you see on the Home screen don’t represent all the apps in your Galaxy Tab. Those icons aren’t even applications themselves; they’re shortcuts. To see all applications installed on [more…]

How to Sort and Search Contacts on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

To peruse the Galaxy Tab address book, start the Contacts app: Touch the Apps Menu icon button on the Home screen; then touch the Contacts app icon.

The Contacts app shows a list of all contacts in your [more…]

Overview of the Contacts App on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

You may already have some friends in your Galaxy Tab. That's because your Google account was synchronized with the Tab when you first set things up. Because all your Gmail and other types of contacts on [more…]

How to Navigate the Samsung Galaxy Tab Touchscreen

The Galaxy Tab features a touchscreen. You use the touchscreen to control the Galaxy Tab, which is probably a new experience for you. This will get you up to speed on using the Tab's touchscreen interface [more…]

How to Set Galaxy Tab Browser Controls and Settings

More options and settings and controls exist for the Browser app than just about any other app on the Samsung Galaxy Tab. It’s complex. Rather than bore you with every dang doodle detail, here are just [more…]

How to Create an E-mail Signature on Samsung Galaxy Tab

It’s a good idea to create a custom e-mail signature for sending messages from your Samsung Galaxy Tab. The process is slightly different for the two Galaxy Tab e-mail apps — Email and Gmail. [more…]

How to Configure the E-Mail App on Galaxy Tab to Delete on Pick-up

Non-Gmail e-mail you fetch on your Galaxy Tab typically leaves the original copy intact on the e-mail server. That’s because the Email app doesn’t delete messages after it picks them up. The advantage [more…]

How to Browse the Web on Samsung Galaxy Tab

Most people have had experience with the web. But you may not have experience using the web on the go, in general, and on the Samsung Galaxy Tab, specifically. This should get you quickly up to speed with [more…]

How to Bookmark Web Pages on the Galaxy Tab Browser

Your Galaxy Tab’s web-browsing app is named Browser. You can find its icon on the main Home screen or, like all the other apps on the Tab, it’s on the Apps Menu. The cinchy way to bookmark a page is to [more…]

How to Manage Web Pages in Multiple Tabs on the Galaxy Tab Browser

The Samsung Galaxy Tab Browser app uses a tabbed interface to display more than one web page at a time. When you open Browser, you are likely to see various tabs marching across the Browser app’s screen [more…]

How to Search the Web on Samsung Galaxy Tab

You can search the web a couple of different ways from the Samsung Galaxy Tab. Of course, you can use the Galaxy Tab Browser. Or you can use the Google Search app. But perhaps the handiest way to find [more…]

How to Share a Web Page from Samsung Galaxy Tab Browser

There it is! Right there on your Samsung Galaxy Tab. That web page that you just have to talk about to everyone you know. One way to share the page is to copy and paste it. But here’s a better way to share [more…]

How to Use the Galaxy Tab Browser to Download Files and Images

There’s nothing to downloading — on your Galaxy Tab or anywhere else — other than understanding that most people use the term without knowing exactly what it means. Officially, a [more…]

How to Send and Receive E-mail Attachments on Galaxy Tab

Attachments on the Samsung Galaxy Tab work pretty much the same in both the Gmail and Email apps. The key is the paperclip icon, not only for receiving attachments, but for sending them as well. [more…]

How to Use the Alarm Clock on Your Galaxy Tab

Your Galaxy Tab keeps constant, accurate track of the time, which is displayed at the bottom of the Home screen as well as on the Lock screen. The display is lovely and informative, but it can’t actually [more…]


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