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[Q] Improving S Pen quality?

28th June 2014, 04:54 PM |#1  
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Hey guys, i mainly use the tablet for studying (writing down notes and lectures) i use the eZpdf.app It works nice i like it.
My question:

Is there a way to improve the S pen quality,smoothnes ? Let's say with some Rom for example? or maybe another pen which is much more preciser?
I have the n8010 still with the 4.1.2 version thou im not sure if 4.4.2 will improve the pen quality...
 
 
28th June 2014, 05:12 PM |#2  
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Originally Posted by kris234

Hey guys, i mainly use the tablet for studying (writing down notes and lectures) i use the eZpdf.app It works nice i like it.
My question:

Is there a way to improve the S pen quality,smoothnes ? Let's say with some Rom for example? or maybe another pen which is much more preciser?
I have the n8010 still with the 4.1.2 version thou im not sure if 4.4.2 will improve the pen quality...

You can actually improve the S-Pen sensitivity by modifying the S Pen itself. If you pop off the button on the pen, underneath will be a screw. By turning these screws, you can adjust how sensitive the S Pen is. Here's a video demonstrating how to do this:

28th June 2014, 06:03 PM |#3  
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You can actually improve the S-Pen sensitivity by modifying the S Pen itself. If you pop off the button on the pen, underneath will be a screw. By turning these screws, you can adjust how sensitive the S Pen is. Here's a video demonstrating how to do this:

Thanks, but i dont think this will improve the precision.
2nd July 2014, 11:11 PM |#4  
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I ended up buying a new type s pen, will post the updates ;D
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