Here's how to get rid of the S Pen pop-up window on the Galaxy Note 4
The whole interface philosophy behind the S Pen has not changed much since the original Galaxy Note arrived in late 2011. You take it out, the device vibrates, and the S Pen pop-up window quickly appears on the screen, allowing you to easily access some of the predefined functionalities of the stylus. Dubbed Air Command, it provides you with some essential tools – Action Memo, Smart Select, Image Clip, and Screen Write - that will make your S Pen experience hassle-free and productive. Well, this is as good as it gets, but what if some inexperienced Note 4 adopter is secretly despising that useful pop-up menu and is searching high and low for a way to get rid of it?
We'll show you how to do so.
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