It looks cheerful at first, but just try navigating around it - you instantly feel you’re in a maze of options and settings, and you just can’t find your way. We’ve seen experienced Android geeks complain about the steep learning curve, so that’s why you might need some help.
Onething you might want to do with your device (if you tinker with it a lot) is to enable Developer Options and USB Debugging. We’re walking you through the process of first turning Developer Options on, and then enabling USB Debugging right below - take a look.
Note that this how-to tutorial guide will also work with all devices sporting the new 2014 Samsung TouchWiz UX, phones like the Galaxy S5 mini, and tablets like the Samsung Galaxy Tab S 10.5 and Tab S 8.4.