1. AndroidNewby's Avatar
    I use Google maps and then I use coordinates to program my satnav; this is much more accurate than using a postcode. When I'm using my PC, I right click on the mouse and use "What's This" from the context menu which displays the required coordinates. The question is How do I get this context menu when I'm using the Galaxy tablet. I can't work out how to 'right click'.
    Can anyone help, please?
    Thanks
    AndroidNewbie
    12-10-2014 01:30 PM
  2. VidJunky's Avatar
    Usually you get the same result, as if you had right clicked on something using a touch screen, by simply holding it longer than a tap. You tap it to get select it, you hold it, or long press, for other options. Your tab may even have a setting under buttons and gestures for how long you need to hold an item for them to offer alternate options. It may also have a double tap speed that can be altered. For my HTC One I have a setting for double tap speed because I can double tap home for more options.
    Rukbat likes this.
    12-10-2014 02:02 PM

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