Samsung Galaxy Note 4

I owned a Samsung Galaxy Note II since October 2012 and had been very pleased with it, although recently I had been finding it a little slow when needing a fast response at work, and performance of the camera in low light could have been a bit better. The launch of the Galaxy Note 4 last October piqued my interest, and I finally succumbed to temptation and bought one last week. I have to say I am impressed with Clove Technology: I ordered the smartphone via the Internet at 00:02 on 22 January and it was delivered to my house on 23 January. I ordered the UK model (SM-N910F), and you can find the Samsung user manual for that model on the Samsung Support page.

The smartphone has so many features and options that you really need to study the manual and watch some tutorial videos in order to get the most out of it. If you don’t, you’ll be missing out on several extremely powerful tools. I spent some time trawling YouTube for tutorial videos; below I list the ones I found the most useful, in no particular order. Several of them cover mostly the same ground, but usually there is a tip in one that is not in another so it pays to watch them all eventually. In any case, repetition helps reinforce the learning process.

sakitech

50+ Tips and Tricks for Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Explore Gadgets

Galaxy Note 4 – Tips,Tricks & Hidden Features

Galaxy Note 4 – Hidden Features (You Might Not Know About)

Top 10 Best Apps for Galaxy Note 4

LuneTech

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Tips and Tricks, and Other Hidden Features

Gizmo Journal

Galaxy Note 4 Hidden Gestures, Tips & Tricks You Don’t Know About #1

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Hidden Software Features, Tips & Tricks #2

Pocketnow

S Pen Lesson: Galaxy Note 4 Edition

PhoneArena

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – 30 Tips and Tricks

Mike Beauchamp

24 Tips and Tricks You Need for the Galaxy Note 4

AskTheAndroidGuy

How to Disable Flipboard Briefing on the Galaxy Note 4

10 Best Features of the Galaxy Note 4

How to Setup the Camera on the Galaxy Note 4

10 Hidden Features of the Galaxy Note 4 You Don’t Know About

Galaxy Note 4 Lockscreen

How to Speed Up the Galaxy Note 4

Gadgets Portal

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – 50+ Tips & Tricks, Hidden Features & Gestures you ‘Must Know’

Samsung GALAXY NOTE 4 Hidden TIPS & TRICKS, Advanced Tutorial #1

Galaxy NOTE 4 Advanced TIPS & TRICKS, HACKS- Part 2

Galaxy NOTE 4 Hidden TIPS & TRICKS, Hacks for Advanced Users #3

Babbling Boolean

50+ Tips and Tricks for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Oawalker

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 – SECRET CODES

C4ETech

Galaxy Note 4 Software – Tips & Tricks, Hidden Features & Everything Else – Part 1/2

Galaxy Note 4 Software – Tips & Tricks, Hidden Features & Everything Else – Part 2/2

SAMSUNGMOBILEUK

How to use the advance S Pen feature on Samsung Galaxy Note 4

How to use Camera Selfie mode of Samsung Galaxy Note 4

How to use Photo Note feature on Samsung Galaxy Note 4

How to use Smart Select feature on Samsung Galaxy Note 4

How to use Multi window and Popup window on Samsung Galaxy Note 4

How to use S Health on Samsung Galaxy Note 4

Android Authority

Samsung Galaxy Note 4: S Pen

Intellect Digest

20 Best Tips, Tricks & Hidden Features Of Samsung Galaxy Note 4- Must Watch For Note 4 Users

Brian Edition

Samsung Galaxy Note 4 Tips & Tricks PART 1

GALAXY NOTE 4 Tips & Tricks v2.0

About Fitzcarraldo
A Linux user with an interest in all things technical.

3 Responses to Samsung Galaxy Note 4

  1. Cheryl says:

    Just purchased Note 4 and finished exploring every option. Prior Galaxy 3 (which I intentionally didn’t upgrade for years) had option for Task Manager, Ram Status, Ram Manager…which now enabled me to Clear Memory. I cannot find this functionality in Note 4 (other than Restart). Did I miss it, or has it been removed??

    • Fitzcarraldo says:

      I don’t usually bother clearing memory, as the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 is designed to have enough memory to leave apps running, but you can stop applications running and hence clear memory via the Recents key or via Settings > APPLICATIONS > Application manager.

      • Cheryl says:

        Thanks Fitz! If by “recent” you mean stacked window icon in lower left, that enables me too close applications, but nothing to Clear Memory. Nothing in application manager either, other than to see what’s running etc. When I “restart” phone, memory clears (significantly) but I was hoping for another option. Sorry if I’m not understanding what you’re telling me, but I’m still not finding it. I do appreciate the reply and your feedback!

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