Chapter 5

Making Further Connections

In This Chapter

arrow Working wirelessly

arrow Reading about Wi-Fi

arrow Biting into Bluetooth

arrow Using USB and memory cards

In addition to Wi-Fi from your Tab S2 NOOK to the Internet, your handheld wonder can use Wi-Fi Direct to communicate with many other devices in the immediate vicinity. The same handheld wonder can use a different kind of short-range radio system — Bluetooth — to talk to and otherwise enjoy relations with more electronic thingies.

But as a reminder: The Samsung Galaxy Tab S2 NOOK doesn’t have a cellular radio. Your smartphone does, and certain other more expensive tablets do, but not this NOOK. (You can add Skype or other voice-over-Internet-protocol [VOIP] apps to make phone calls if you have a strong Wi-Fi connection.)

This chapter expands your use of wireless non-cellular communication and then gets you wired.

Working without a Wire

remember Chapter 4 explains how to reach the Internet through a Wi-Fi wireless connection. I put that information there ...

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