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Default Where is Hancom Office?

Hello, I can only find Hancom Office Viewer. Where are the rest of the programs located?
 
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you must use the Hancom Office Updater to install the Office apps..
 
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Thanks. Where is the updater? Under Magazine MX, there is one with calendar, email and office. I clicked on a circular symbol but there was no reaction. Just heard a beep sound. Clicking the Hancom symbol launched the OfficeViewer only.
 
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I pressed "Office download' on the bottom left of Handcom Office Viewer. A list of Handcom apps showded up with the Install buttons all dimmed. Yet, I can't find the apps except Handcom Office Viewer in my device.
 
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If I recall, I found them under samsung app store. Click categories on the top and then on the left side look for business. They appear within the beginning of the list of business apps for me.

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Thanks. Those Hansom related apps on Samsung store are free. Does that mean even people who don't buy the PRO series can get them? As far as I recall, somewhere I read that those available for free are not as good as the corresponding ones that came with the PRO 12.2. Heard anything about that?
 
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No idea.

As far as I know when you add your device to your Samsung account or register with Samsung for an account during the setup of the device then the apps show up as free in the app store for you (the Samsung app store).

I have no idea if those same apps show up as free to everyone else as opposed to showing up free to us because we are on the Pro 12.2.
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Thanks. Those Hansom related apps on Samsung store are free. Does that mean even people who don't buy the PRO series can get them? As far as I recall, somewhere I read that those available for free are not as good as the corresponding ones that came with the PRO 12.2. Heard anything about that?
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No idea.

As far as I know when you add your device to your Samsung account or register with Samsung for an account during the setup of the device then the apps show up as free in the app store for you (the Samsung app store).

I have no idea if those same apps show up as free to everyone else as opposed to showing up free to us because we are on the Pro 12.2.
It seems to be available to any of samsung's tablets running 4.4
Phones

Nexus One << HTC Vivid << Samsung Galaxy Note I717 << Nexus 4 << Samsung Galaxy Note 3 (2)

Tablets

Motorola Xoom << Nexus 7 << Samsung Galaxy Note << Nexus 7 (2013) << Samsung Galaxy Note Pro

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