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Galaxy Tab Pro(10.1) Issues

OP Promo76

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27th February 2014, 01:55 AM   |  #1  
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Hello All,

I am starting this thread for known issues with the Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1

So far I have noticed the following issues:

1. If you enable Google Search ans S-Voice and hold the tablet in your hand while putting a little pressure on the back of the tablet as if you were trying to bend it, does it launch either of the above mentioned applications? Mine does.
2. I also have a lot of apps exiting at random to the Home Screen.
3. Folders on the Home screen stop working at random. I have to press a few times to get them to work and then it only works sometimes.
4. Dolphin browser exits to the Home screen if i press and hold on any part of the webpage that does not trigger an article link. Sometimes it lunches Google search and/or S-Voice.

I am wondering if mine is defective or has a corrupt image. I have tried to reset it and reinstall my apps with the same result.

Thank you for you responses and I am looking forward to them.

Promo
Last edited by Promo76; 27th February 2014 at 02:03 AM. Reason: Typos
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