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Samsung Galaxy Tab S For Dummies by Dan Gookin

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Chapter 2

The On and Off Chapter

In This Chapter

arrow Setting up and configuring the tablet

arrow Turning on the Galaxy Tab

arrow Unlocking the screen

arrow Adding accounts

arrow Locking the screen

arrow Shutting down the tablet

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In the book Lamps For Dummies, the chapter for turning a lamp on or off is barely a page long. That’s because lamps haven’t changed much in the past 100 years; they still have two modes, on and off. You would think that turning a Galaxy Tab on and off would require similar brevity. Alas, that’s not the case.

For starters, your tablet lacks an on-off switch. Instead, it offers a Power Lock button, which serves multiple functions. Next, multiple options are available for dismissing the tablet. Unlike turning off a lamp, you can turn off, restart, or lock your tablet. These features, which are ...

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