For those of you who have used the earlier note, or the note 10.1, I have a question.
How does this device handle palm rejection? I have seen videos where you can manipulate the screen with your fingers even while the s pen is out.
Is the palm rejection handled by the app, or is it by pressing a button on the pen, or is it somehow native to the note software itself?
Sent from my Viper 4G LTE on the "coming soon" network
- 10-14-2012, 01:26 PM #2
- 10-28-2012, 12:42 AM #3
Re: Palm rejection
I have just recently used the Note 2 at a T-Mobile store. Palm rejection is turned on when the s-pen is a certain distance from the screen. This is handled on an OS level and will work for all apps, even ones not coded to take advantage of the s-pen. There is also a button near the bottom right in s-note that allows you to use your fingers to zoom and pan while you use the s-pen for writing. As far as I can tell both of these functions worked perfectly. I did not notice any mistakes of stray marks at all when testing it out though it was only for a short period of time.
If you have any other questions about the Note 2 I would be happy to answer them.
- 01-18-2013, 07:28 PM #4
- 17 Posts
Re: Palm rejection
In best buy just recently, I saw a setting where you could ignore all other inputs other than the span. Now that I have one, it immediately updated to 4.1. 2 and it pretty much ignores palm/finger input on the page, but touch the side scroll bars and who knows what will happen. I can't find that ignore all other input option anywhere on my Note 10.1.
- 01-18-2013, 08:10 PM #5
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