This is what you'll get in the box:
The Galaxy Tab S2 is ready to be turned on and used, but you might want to put a memory card in it and make the storage a bit bigger. Grab the 'Removal tool' from the box to start.
Down the right-hand edge of the tablet, near the volume buttons, you'll see a small pin hole. Push the pointy end of the tool into the hole and you'll feel the tray pop-out. Slide it out with your fingernail, then line the memory card up in the slot on it. Make sure the gold contacts are touching the tray. Then you can slide it back into the tablet.
Before you can start using the Galaxy Tab S2, there's some steps you need to go through to set it up. We go through each one here.
First is the 'Welcome' screen where you choose your language. Scroll through to pick one, then press the yellow arrow.
Tap Learn more if you want to read more about the 'Terms and Conditions', then press Next to agree.
Google have some 'Terms and Conditions' to agree to as well. Tap the links to read about them, then press Accept.
A Samsung account lets you in to some other services by Samsung. You can sign in with your Google account, or Skip if you're not bothered.
When that's done, you'll go through to the Home screen.
There's a button under the main screen, with a touch button either side of it. This is what they are and what they do.
'Home' (middle button): gets you back to the Home screen from anywhere in the tablet.
'Back' (left arrow): tap to go back one screen.
'Recent apps' (rectangles): gives a list of recently used apps.
This is how to connect to different Wi-Fi networks, so that you can always stay online.
Swipe down from the top of the screen, then press and hold on the Wi-Fi icon on the left.
This is how to add your other email accounts to the Galaxy Tab S2.
Open the Settings and go to Accounts > Add account.
Type in the password then tap Next. Most account settings will automatically come through.
You'll go back to the accounts page and you'll see the new one in the list. If it doesn't set up properly, you might need some manual settings. Have a look at our email server settings guide for help with it.
Having a lock screen on your tablet protects your stuff from people that don't have your permission to see it. Here's how to set one up.
Go to Settings and tap Lock screen and security.
Tap Screen lock type and choose the one you want to use (PIN or Password are the safest).
Type in the PIN or Password you want to use, then press Continue.
Type it in again to confirm it, then press OK. Choose your notification options, then press Done.
You'll go back to the Settings page and the lock screen is set.
If you want to add your fingerprint for extra protection, here's how.
Go to Settings and choose Lock screen and security.
Tap Screen Lock Type and choose Fingerprints > Add fingerprint.
Follow the instructions on the tablet and set up your fingerprint.
When you're ready to do it, press Continue.
Add a password just in case your fingerprint can't be used, then tap Continue.
Confirm the password by typing it in again, then tap OK.
The fingerprint set up will finish. To use it as your unlock method for the Tab S2, tap Set, otherwise tap Cancel.
When you've added a lock screen, you'll need to use your unlock code to change the settings.
That's your tablet set up and ready to use the way you want. If you'd like to get some help from a Team Knowhow Expert, you can do it here.
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