Samsung Galaxy Note 2: How to Use Quick Command Features Easily

The second generation of Samsung's phablet a great device because it is equipped with an accelerator and a gyroscope that can make it possible to do things that other devices can not. In addition, this phablet also comes with a stylus magic named S Pen which will further facilitate your interaction with the device.

See also: How to Use S Pen Features on Samsung Galaxy Note 2

One of the cool things that you can do with a combination of speed possessed by this phablet and S Pen is do an awesome feature called Quick Command.

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Quick command allows users to access the app or function they want on their phablet with more quickly and easily with just a few clicks away. And the most interesting part of this feature is that you can make your own command. It sounds that you can use commands on your phablet in the way you are.

See also: 6 Best Features on Samsung Galaxy Note 2

To use this feature is very easy, as written on, you just follow the steps below to do so:
  1. First you have to hold down the S Pen button.
  2. Swipe up the stylus head on the Galaxy Note 2's screen.
  3. You can write your pre-defined command or your own command on the small box that appears in the screen.
  4. Tap on Settings-> Quick command settings to set your own command.
Well, it's easy right? Maybe a lot of people who say that this is too big, but you could probably find a greater benefit than its size if you can use it with maximum. So, have you tried this cool feature on your phablet? Let me know by write them through the comments below :)


  1. QUICK command is not working... l hold down the button on S pen And swipe from the bottom of the screen up and nothing happens

    1. Hi Jessica Jimenez,
      Thanks for coming.
      Did it the first time you use quick command on your note 2? Have you ever tried to use another pre-defined command? If so, did all of them not work? Also, try to check another S Pen function to see whether the problem is the S Pen or not.


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