Samsung has been improving its S Pen functionality on its Note family of smartphone every year when they introduced a new member to the family. This year it has been improved a lot, may it be S Pen feature on the UI, or the hardware stylus. The company has introduced an auto-ejection mode this time, and it is super convenient than before. Though, this time there were some issues raised in popular Android forums that the stylus get stuck when put other way inside. So, due to that we have created a guide to simple instruction on how you could correctly remove and insert the S Pen back in the slot on Samsung Galaxy Note 5.
S Pen is present at the bottom end of the device. To remove it you need to press the button which is available on the S Pen. When you press the click button, the S Pen pop out from the device.Now, pull the pen outside from the pen slot. When the pen is removed from the device, a message stating S Pen is detached is displayed on the status bar.
Insertion of the S Pen on the device is very simple. All you need to do is place the pointed end of the S Pen inside the hole that is present at the bottom right side of the device. Further, push the pen completely until it goes inside the device.
Now you now how to correctly remove and insert back the S Pen in the slot on Samsung Galaxy Note 5. If you’re having issues with any other S Pen functionality then you can head over to our tutorials for S Pen and various other features on the Galaxy Note 5. We have also covered a few other useful Tips & Tricks of Note 5 mentioned below.
How To Convert Handwriting into Text with S Pen on Galaxy Note 5 How To Use Action Memo with S Pen on Galaxy Note 5 How To Use Air View on Galaxy Note 5 with S Pen Stylus How To Erase & Factory Data Reset your Galaxy Note 5 How To Install Latest Galaxy Note 5 Firmware Update OTA How To Correctly Charge the Samsung Galaxy Note 5 How To Enable One-Handed Operation on Galaxy Note 5 How To Setup SideSync & Mirror Note 5 Virtual Screen on Computer How To Remove & Insert S Pen correctly in Galaxy Note 5
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