1. AC Question's Avatar
    I know this sounds silly, how does one open a web link in internet email on a Samsung galaxy notepro 12.2 please? I don't have it with me, it is 10,000 miles away from me, so I need some instructions to tell the person who speaks another language, how to do it. If there is a Russian user here, you can write me in Russian, otherwise English will do and I will translate for my wife.. I assume that you press yer finger on it and it comes up with view or open or something.? Thanks.
    09-08-2014 04:53 AM
  2. davidnc's Avatar
    I know this sounds silly, how does one open a web link in internet email on a Samsung galaxy notepro 12.2 please? I don't have it with me, it is 10,000 miles away from me, so I need some instructions to tell the person who speaks another language, how to do it. If there is a Russian user here, you can write me in Russian, otherwise English will do and I will translate for my wife.. I assume that you press yer finger on it and it comes up with view or open or something.? Thanks.
    Yup, thats correct.
    Thats how link pops open on my phone's email.. All you have to do is touch the link in the email and it opens to that web page.
    09-08-2014 05:27 AM

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