Monday, November 14, 2011

Galaxy Note S-Pen Test

How to test Galaxy Note S-Pen?

Before that you should set this first.

Menu > Settings

Left or right handed. Then continue with LCD test below..
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Dial *#0*# using phone dialer

 Select S-PEN Test
Make all the box GREEN. The system will display PASS/FAIL result.

Note: I have PASS result.
The alignment might be 1-2mm different between the pen and actual line so you could see what's you are drawing. It's normal ...be patient and draw slowly...you will be familiar soon...


15 comments:

  1. Anonymous3:41 PM

    where can i find the right/left s pen setting...

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  2. it's inside your menu>setting dear

    (it's for galaxy note)

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  3. Anonymous12:15 AM

    Somehow changing to left hand dominant mode got me accurate input!

    I guess perhaps there is a standard "mapping" stored somewhere, where the right hand mapping is flawed, but the left hand mapping is almost spot on.

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  4. Anonymous8:53 PM

    Thank you. It worked like a charm.

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  5. Anonymous2:58 AM

    thank u so so so much

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  6. Anonymous3:33 PM

    Thanks. It worked.

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  7. Anonymous12:41 AM

    Thks, It works for SLA2

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  8. i cant run the test, it say connection problem or invalid MMI code

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  9. Are you using default DAILER? or custom. It's should work on default dailer.

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  10. OK so this pen thing had been winding me up since I bought the note. The accuracy being an issue for me. However if you turn on the pen hover option (in pen options) you can see precisIey where the point will draw. It makes the pen a useful fun tool rather than an awkward hit and miss thingy. I can now draw accurately and do all the little things you expect to do with the pen like accurately select a point in text to re-edit. Etc etc hope this helps a few of you guys.

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  11. OK so this pen thing had been winding me up since I bought the note. The accuracy being an issue for me. However if you turn on the pen hover option (in pen options) you can see precisIey where the point will draw. It makes the pen a useful fun tool rather than an awkward hit and miss thingy. I can now draw accurately and do all the little things you expect to do with the pen like accurately select a point in text to re-edit. Etc etc hope this helps a few of you guys.

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  12. i didnt see that button... y did saw the rest BUT NO THAT ONE.... anybody knows why??? please help me....

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  13. Fernando ... the spen test button doesnt appear on galaxy note 2

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  14. hi, if i would like to test my s pen for my note 2 how do i go about it

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  15. I tried to go for the spen test but i couldnt find it anywhere in the options what do i do

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