A colorful, entertaining, and informative guide to the Samsung Galaxy family of tablets Samsung's bestselling Galaxy Tabs may come in multiple sizes, but they all share the wildly popular Android operating system and are packed with tons of top-notch tablet features.
This full-color book shows you how to enjoy all the things your Galaxy Tab can do, regardless of model: browse the web, handle e-mail, manage your social media, make phone calls and video chat, read e-books, take and share photos, play music, and more.
Author Dan Gookin, famous for his skill in demystifying technology, takes you on a tour of the Galaxy, explaining hidden tablet tricks and showing you how to make your Tab your own.
Walks you through every element of the popular Galaxy Tab models, illustrated with full-color screen shots that show you exactly how to use your new tabletCovers the unique elements of this amazing Android tablet that give the Galaxy Tab a competitive edge as well as more common tablet features like the touchscreen interface, web browser, camera, social media, e-mail, apps, and moreIncludes tips for filling your Galaxy Tab with music, movies, TV shows, books, games, photos, videos, and other cool content from Google PlayShows you how to type successfully on the Tab keyboard, get directions, manage your content, connect wirelessly, travel with your Tab, and customize its features Samsung Galaxy Tabs For Dummies is the perfect guide for getting started and getting around the Galaxy like a pro.
- Format: Paperback
- Pages: 320 pages
- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Publication Date: 31/12/2013
- Category: PDAs & other handheld devices: consumer/user guides
- ISBN: 9781118772942
- Paperback from £12.05
- PDF from £14.03
- EPUB from £14.03
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Review by wyvernfriend
Useful to know some of the differences between the Sony Android environment and the Samsung Android environment as I have just got myself a tab 4 as my older tablet was beginning to show signs of age and struggling to keep up with my needs. I also work with an Android Phone so I'm quite familiar with the environment.Not something I would buy as I know most of it and it's mostly minor tweaks in the difference between my knowledge and what's out there but it did remind me to install the Kies ap on my laptop.Useful from the library, not for my personal library, not enough in it to justify buying it.