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Anyone tried this stylus on Android tab, or specifically on out galaxy s tab?
How is it working with s pen? Bluetooth connection is really a plus?

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Anyone tried this stylus on Android tab, or specifically on out galaxy s tab?
How is it working with s pen? Bluetooth connection is really a plus?

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Work Well with all of My Android Devices
I thought that was compatible only with Apple.

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Which devices is the Script compatible with?

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The Jot Script is primarily designed with iOS devices in mind. There will be some limited functionality with other capacitive touch screen devices as well. However its features such as Pixelpoint™*and palm rejection are currently only compatible with the iPad 3, iPad 4, iPad Air, iPad Mini(both versions), and the iPhone 4s or newer.
 
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How is it working with s pen?
S Pen is electromagnetic. The display itself generates an electrical field that senses the presence of the pen up to a half inch away. Samsung's apps (EG: S Note) are pen aware. Any third party stylus on a standard capacitive display registers as a really skinny finger, not a pen. There is no way to replicate Samsung's Note features on a device without an active display.
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