Pushing the button on the pen and holding to the screen works before jelly bean. I've seen that mentioned several times but it works on mine and I dont have jelly bean. It basically takes a screen shot and then brings it up in a window and lets you crop your selection. Then you can drag into snotes or save to clipboard. Is that how it works after jelly bean or is it different some how? It's a handy feature, I use it a lot for clipping things off the internet, or clipping portions of construction drawings.
In jb you can hold the button and just outline around anything you want on the screen. You don't have to take a screen shot first. It's pretty handy.
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Oh, for pity's sake, the Note 10.1 is already such a spectacular device, I really can wait for a little while. I see no need top bail headlong into the Nexus, which not only does not have the S Pen, it has no SD card slot and no USB host capability, so you're stuck with - what? - 32 gigs, and that's it.With my Note, I have 32 gigs internal, another 64 in the micro sd and I can add even more with my USB adapter.My contacts at Samsung wanted me to pass a 'your welcome' note to you for the lte/color announcements. They hope you sleep better now.
(just more sarcasm, sorry)
Your right, I don't know what the hold up is. This is another reason I went with a crap tablet to start with. I know they have been around awhile, but there is no real track record for updates. I bought a crappy one to see if I need one and to see for a year or so how updates go since tablets are more mainstream. So far I am not impressed.
Though I am not a fan of nexus phones, they might be the way to go for tablets
Sent from the nexus of the Android world, the SGS3.