Internet, Mail & Social Networking Apps for the Samsung Galaxy Tab

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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…]

Facebook Basics on the Samsung Galaxy Tab

The Galaxy Tab doesn’t come with a Facebook app, but you can get the Facebook app for free from the Android Market. That app is your red carpet to the Facebook social networking kingdom. [more…]

How to Upload a Picture to Facebook from Your Galaxy Tab

One of the many things your Samsung Galaxy Tab can do is take pictures. Combine that feature with the Facebook app, and you have an all-in-one gizmo designed for sharing the various intimate and private [more…]

How to Twitter and Tweet from Your Galaxy Tab

The best way to use Twitter on the Galaxy Tab is to already have a Twitter account. After you’ve established a Twitter account, obtain the Twitter app for your Galaxy Tab. The app can be obtained from [more…]

Advanced Wi-Fi Settings on Your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK

The Wi-Fi system on your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK should function well as delivered, but there are some advanced settings you can use to adjust performance to meet your needs. [more…]

Wi-Fi Direct on Your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK

Wi-Fi Direct lets the Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK connect directly to each other without going through the router. For example, your tablet could connect to your smartphone and use its facilities. Or your smartphone [more…]

Bluetooth and Your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK

Another technology for direct wireless connection of devices is Bluetooth. It connects devices at a maximum distance of about 30 feet for simple tasks, a process called [more…]

The USB Connection for Your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK

USB (Universal Serial Bus) is, simply said, a wiring scheme that carries data and electrical power. About the only thing you need to know is which end is up, and which end is micro. [more…]

Transferring Files via Email and the Cloud

Email and the cloud are two means of transferring files to and from your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK. They both require an active Wi-Fi connection. [more…]

Manually Add Contacts to the Tab 4 NOOK Contacts App

If you already use Gmail and other Google apps, your contacts there automatically sync with your new Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK, provided that you use the same username. Just associate your NOOK with the Google [more…]

Importing Contacts from a Computer to Your Tab 4 NOOK

You can also migrate (to use a geekish term) your collection of names, addresses, and email addresses from your desktop or laptop PC or Mac to the Tab 4 NOOK. [more…]

Grouping and Degrouping Contacts on Your Tab 4 NOOK

If you’ve only got a handful of contacts on your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK, you can just leave them in a single short list. And then you should get out more and meet some new people. [more…]

Favorite Contacts on Your Tab 4 NOOK

You don’t have to admit it, but you can apply a favorite designation to as many of your contacts in your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK as you want.

How does a Favorite differ from assigning a contact to a group? Favorites [more…]

Manage Contacts on Your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK

Much of the time, your contacts sit quietly in the background on your Tab 4 NOOK, providing information when you need it to fill out an email address line, send a photo, or communicate about books from [more…]

How to Send Email from Your Tab 4 NOOK's Contacts

Since the Samsung Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK is a Wi-Fi device without a cellular phone connection, it lacks standard phone facilities. The primary means of communication from the tablet is email. [more…]

How to Link Duplicate Contacts

It’s quite easy to end up with two, four, six, or more duplicate entries in your Contacts listings on your Tab 4 NOOK. You might have made an entry for your friend Jack Smith under “Smith, Jack” and “Jack [more…]

Automatically Set Up Email on Your Tab 4 NOOK

If you already have an email account with one of the major providers — Gmail, Yahoo, Outlook, AOL, many Internet providers — you’ll probably be able to add that account to your tablet with just a few bits [more…]

Manually Set Up Email on Your Tab 4 NOOK

If you have your own domain or use a less-popular email provider, you may have to go through the manual setup process for the Email app on your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK. [more…]

How to Use the Email App on Your Tab 4 NOOK

Once you set up the email system on your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK, most of the not-quite-hard-work has been done. Tap the Email icon to see folders on the left side and mail on the right. [more…]

Customize the Tab 4 NOOK's Email App's Settings

On the Email app’s Settings panel, tap the name of one of your accounts to customize more settings just for that account. Note that in the upper right you’ll see Delete Account. Don’t touch, unless you [more…]

Internet Browsing from Your Tab 4 NOOK

You need an active Wi-Fi signal to use the Internet from your tablet. Without it, your browser will load, but won’t browse. Going onto the Internet from the Tab 4 NOOK is very much like making the same [more…]

Signing in to Chrome from Your Tab 4 NOOK

An advantage of using the Chrome browser on your Tab 4 NOOK is its ability to sync between all of the devices you attach to the same account: desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones included. [more…]

Clearing Your Tab 4 NOOK's Browser History

You can consult your history of web browsing on the Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK just like you can when browsing from a laptop or desktop. You can clear the History list on your Tab 4 NOOK quite easily. Here’s how [more…]

Privacy Settings for Your Tab 4 NOOK's Browser

Internet users can never expect to have complete and total privacy; even if you keep your own Tab 4 NOOK clear, your requests to search engines and Internet providers are all routinely recorded or logged [more…]

Adjusting Content Settings on Your Tab 4 NOOK

Chrome on your Galaxy Tab 4 NOOK allows you to make adjustments to content settings. To get to the page where you can adjust these settings, do this: [more…]


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