Good morning. Im Reeko43 and I am so grateful for the information on this forum. Before my Note 2, I really was not excited about phones, accessories or apps. Now, I am on my phone every day trying to find the best apps and watching videos to learn everything about my phone.
I love the phone. I am not intimidated by the size. In fact, the size is one of the great things about the Note 2.
Welcome. I too am a rookie at this linux thing, as well as a former OSX user. I will tell you this, I very much miss my perfect, most flawless operating system. Everything always worked the way it should and things were where you expected them to be. With that said, OSX has spoiled me.
I was wondering is there a website or forums that help to learn softwares of every kind because i sometimes feel that there is so many things i need to learn & do i like to be busy, i hate to be bored
PS: it even better if they provide Video or Screenshots Tutorials
I have been using Linux (mostly Xubuntu) for the past 2 1/2 years. I can efficiently install and new system and configure it to the same level as my regular-use desktop in less than a day. I'm getting to where I am bored with Linux.
New to all this & just got my Note 4 mainly for the "note" feature (this thing is what I had always wished my Palm Pilot could be way back when), but not finding it overly user friendly. I'm sure it'll get better as I learn the ins & outs. I admittedly haven't read a lot about it yet in help or the forums, but thought I'd post here & see.
As I slowly inch closer to getting a Note 3, I am thinking about all the things I will need to do to get the phone set up properly from the beginning. I have a few things on my list, such as disabling My Magazine, but since I've never had a smartphone before I'm afraid I'll miss some key elements. What do you think are the most important things to get right from the very beginning?
I upgraded to the Galaxy Note 3 from the 4s Iphone. I hope to learn from all of you. It is always good to learn something new. I love photography so I hope to get good ideas from you camera people. Learn the best apps for what I like and how to use them. I live in Virginia.