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Reach Photos/Videos Anytime Anywhere with Samsung Link By Ivy Bruce

On the trip, you can capture snaps and shoot videos with your Samsung phone when you encounter something interesting and novelty. However, as the device storage is limited, you will need more space to storage your files. More importantly, you can access that storage and reach photos/videos anytime with Samsung link. Part 1. Reach Photos/Videos on Samsung Part 2. Access Photos/Videos on Your Computer Part 3. View Photos/Videos on Samsung Smart TV Part 1:Reach Photos/Videos on Samsung Step 1 Tap the icon of Samsung Link app on your Samsung phone. Then the application will be activated. Step 2 Tap the Sign-in button. Then enter your account and password into the blank accordingly. And tap the Sign-in button again. Make sure your Samsung phone can access the Internet. Or your device will fail to register. Step 3 Access files in Samsung Link. Now you can view and share files in your storage, including photos, music, videos, documents, and so on. Part 2:Access Photos/Videos on Your Computer Step 1 Go to the login page. Then sign in with your Samsung account. Click the option "Remember my email address" if you are registering on your computer so that you can quickly enter the next time. If you are using a public computer, uncheck this option for data security. Then click the "Sign In" button. Step 2 You have signed in Samsung Link. Now you can reach your photos/videos by going to the folder "PHOTOS"/ "VIDEOS". Part 3:View Photos/Videos on Samsung Smart TV Step 1 Open the Photos, Videos, & Music panel on your TV. Step 2 Press the Menu on the remote and sign in by going to Smart Features > Samsung Account. Step 3. Once you sign in with your Samsung account, you will see your registered devices after tapping the appropriate content category. Related Articles How to Backup Samsung Galaxy S5 to Computer How to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung Samsung Smart Switch: Backup and Restore Galaxy S6

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Get Started with Your Healthy Life via S Health By Ivy Bruce

Nowadays, health is of people's great concern. To stay fit is drawing increasing attention. However, it costs a lot to gain professional instruction. Luckily, with S Health, you can do body building in daily life with totally free but professional guide! Here let's learn more about S Health. Part 1. What is S Health? Part 2. What Can S Health Do for You? Part 3. How to Sync S Health Data? Part 4. How to Protect S Health Data? Part 1: What is S Health? S Health, as a private fitness coach just for you, is an all-in-one companion for your healthy lifestyle. It is an easy and simple way for users to keep fit by managing fitness activities, tracking weight status and monitoring diet condition.S Health records various information such as food, caffeine and water intake details so as to help you to keep a balanced lifestyle. It also can count your steps, measure heart rate, blood pressure, blood glucose levels, stress, weight and SpO2 via in-built sensors. The App now supports all Samsung smartphones starting from Galaxy S3 onwards and includes Non-Samsung Android smartphones as well. Part 2: What Can S Health Do for You? Track Your Steps You can use the in-built pedometer on S Health app to count and feed your daily steps. It can estimate the distance you've covered and the calories you've burned. You can also look back through the steps data by hour, day and month as well as share with your friend or challenge them. Track Your Sleep Condition You need to set up the time that you go to bed and get up every day in the first place. It can record how many hours you sleep and monitor your sleep pattern. You are able to check out your sleep trends with a touch. However, if you find that you have spent less 7 hours in sleeping for days, you'd better be alerted and get more sleep. Measure Your Health S Health via in-built sensors allows you to detect your Stress, Heart Rate, Blood Glucose and SpO2. Better yet, it's totally for free and you can check out your health condition every day with no extra charge! Record Your Diet To keep a healthy diet, it's recommended that you stay on track what you've eaten or drunk per day. You can use S Health to record your caffeine intake, water intake and food you've had. If you have too many cups of coffee per day, try to refrain yourself. You can also set target to have a good daily water intake. When recording your diet, you can check out how much calorie you've had. Record Your Weight Use S Health to record your daily weight. It is also able to calculate your Body Mass Index (BMI) to check out whether your weigh is normal. If you're overweight or underweight, make sure that you have a balanced diet! Track Your Exercise S Health has an Exercise section to track your workouts for running, cycling and hiking. To start a workout session, you choose among four activities: running, walking, cycling, and hiking. Then, during your exercise, you can track your route, distance covered and calories burned while you're exercising. You can snap pictures or listen to Samsung music player along your way. You're also given the option to see a whole bunch of more detailed status like average and maximum speeds, pace and your heart rate information. Part 3: How to Sync S Health Data? Data on S Health is helpful for us to make a suitable plan for our workouts. To some extent, it is of importance. It is recommended to keep your S Health data up-to-date, which can be easily done on the App. See how: Go to "More" > "Account" > "Sync now"/"Auto sync"/"Sync via Wi-Fi only". You can choose to manually or automatically sync data with your account. If you are afraid that it would cost lots of mobile data, enable "Sync via Wi-Fi only". Part 4: How to Protect S Health Data? Users are allow to protect S Health data with a at lease 4-character password. See how: Navigate to "More" option > "Settings" > "Password" If afraid of losing the health data for any reason, you can log in Samsung account as to sync your data with account and keep them safe. Note that if necessary, you are able to erase all the data on S Health by heading to "More" > "Settings" > "Reset data" > "RESET". To stay fit, you'd better now set targets, track your everyday excises and reach new milestones with goals. Enjoy healthy lifestyle with S Health! Related Articles Get Expert Support on Galaxy via Samsung+ Samsung Pay: Ease Your Daily Life Samsung Link: Bridge Your Various Electronics

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How to Record Diet Diary with S Health By Ivy Bruce

Diet plays a significant role in our health. For keeping healthy, having a balanced diet is of vital importance. However, most of us don't even recall what we ate in the morning. When one doesn't even remember what he had at table, what kind of healthy diet he is supposed to keep up with? S Health helps us get used to recording diet diary, which is helpful for us to check out our daily diet as to improve our fitness. With S Health, you can easily "write down" what you eat every day. Better yet, you can get the nutrition details and diet advice from the app. If you want to have a further knowledge, check out the followings. Part 1. How to Record Water Intake? Part 2. How to Record Caffeine Intake? Part 3. How to Record What Food You Have Eaten? Part 4. The Benefits of a Healthy Diet Part 1: How to Record Water Intake? It is said that each person ought to have at least eight cups of water (250ml per cup) per day to keep the best water intake. Do you reach this goal every day? Use S Health to record your daily water intake or otherwise set target for yourself so as to make sure that you've reached the goal! Water is significant to our health. To some extent, it can also improve skin texture. It is actually better than most cosmetics you apply on your skin every day. Step 1 Tap "Water" Option You need to run S Health at first. Moreover, if you find no "Water" option on the function section, you have to go to "Manage items" > "TRACKERS", and toggle the "Water" bar so as to enable this function. Then, please tap on it. Step 2 Record Water Intake A blue icon of cup will now display on your screen. You can record how many glasses of water you drink today by adjusting the "+" icon or "-" icon. Your daily water intake will be showed at the bottom. Better yet, you are allowed to set target for yourself as to reach the goal of eight glasses of water per day. Part 2: How to Record Caffeine Intake? We do like drinking a couple of cups of coffee per day, don't we? But in fact taking excessive caffeine does harm to us as well. Common symptoms of caffeine overdose include dizziness, increased thirst, and diarrhea. The recommended amount of caffeine is usually 400 mg per day for healthy adults. If afraid of having to many cups of coffee each day, try to keep track with your daily caffeine intake and get restrained. The steps of how to record caffeine intake is as exactly same as the above steps of recording water intake, so there will not be extra instructions. Part 3: How to Record What Food You Have Eaten? Healthy diet begins with diet diary. If you want to keep fit, you'd better pay more attention to what you have every day. You totally can use S Health to make records of your daily diet. Better yet, S Health no only enables users to check out what nutrients some specific food contain, but offers some advice for the diet. Step 1 Choose "Food" Function Same as what we mentioned above. After you activate the "Food" function in the app, tap on it and see more. Step 2 Record Daily Diet The date will be automatically adjusted. However, if you want to change it, tap on the date and you are able to change it. To record the food you ate, choose the type at first, whether it is your breakfast, lunch , dinner , morning snack, afternoon snack or evening snack. After choosing the type, search for the food and you will get more details for the food, such as its macronutrients, daily values and calorie it contains. Then, enter how many grams you ate and tape "Done". It will soon be recorded, and you can easily check out daily calories on the screen. Note that if there is no results for your food, you can manually enter how many calorie it contains and add nutrients or request food be added. Part 4: The Benefits of a Healthy Diet Control Weight Most people know this one, but it still deserves a place on this list since more than half of Americans are overweight or obese, and obesity contributes to nearly 1 in 5 American deaths. Even if it's only by 5-10%, reducing your body weight can lower blood pressure, improve cholesterol levels and decrease the risk of Type 2 diabetes. Improve Mood What you eat has an impact on your brain, including the parts that regulate mood. Although there's no single food that acts as a proven antidepressant, maintaining stable blood sugar through regular, proper nutrition will help you feel better overall on most days. Combat Diseases Healthy habits can help prevent certain health conditions—such as heart disease, stroke, and high blood pressure—by helping to keep certain biomarkers, such as cholesterol and blood pressure, within their targets. Regular physical activity and proper diet can help you prevent or manage a wide range of other health problems, including metabolic syndrome, diabetes, depression, certain types of cancer, and rthritis. Improve Longevity A diet of fruit and vegetables, in combination with exercise, was associated with extended life expectancy for human beings in their 70s, according to a study in the Journal of the American Geriatrics Society. A healthy diet can play an important role in how long you'll live. S Health resembles a dietitian on your hand. Track you daily diet and make a healthy diet plan. To enjoy a healthy diet, start with S Health! Related Articles Samsung Link: Bridge Your Various Electronics Samsung Pay: Ease Your Daily Life Get Expert Support on Galaxy via Samsung+

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S Health: Track Walking & Running Data By Ivy Bruce

Won't do any sports without targets? Even become sluggish with targets? You definitely haven't met S Health yet, or you will fall in love with sports under the assistance of S Health. To become an avid fan of sport, try to start with tracking your walking and running data via S Health. By using the S Health, you can set walking or running targets for yourself every time. You can enjoy music or snap photos along the way, making exercises interesting. The program helps you accomplish your fitness milestones. With the voice guide, keeping pace is easier than ever. Now, let's see how to track walking and running data with S Health. Part 1. How to Record Walking & Running Data on S Health? Part 2. How to Relieve A Sore Muscle after Workout? Part 1: How to Record Walking & Running Data on S Health? Step 1 Open S Health on Device S Health will be pre-installed on Samsung phones later than Samsung Galaxy S5. However, if not, it is as well available on Google Play for other Android phones. Perform the app and choose "Walking" or "Running" section to begin. Step 2 Set Targets and Get it Started If walking, you can set target chose from "Distance target", "Duration target", "Burned calorie target" and "Basic workout". Then, adjust the distance, duration and so on. Finally, tap "START" to begin your walking. If running, there are more targets for you, which respectively are "Pace target", "Distance target", "Duration target", "Burned calorie target", "Training effect target" and "Basic workout". After that, tap "START" and start exercising. S Health will then track your route, distance covered and calories burned while you're exercising. You can take photographs and get access to music play within the workout screen while you're on the go. Even better, you are able to see more details such as average and maximum speeds, pace and your heart rate information. Part 2: How to Relieve A Sore Muscle after Workout? After the exercise, you should sooth your sore muscle. If not, you are subject to cramp, strain and soreness. There are some tips for you. Check them out. Ice up Ice-cold water immediately after an intense muscle workout has been shown to reduce muscle soreness more than any other single treatment. It reduces muscle inflammation and prevents much of the soreness from lingering in your muscles. Heat up While the first step should always be ice, a few hours later it's a good idea to apply heat to the affected muscles to help stimulate blood flow to your muscles and help them to remain limber instead of tight. Apply heat for about 20 minutes. Keep Moving While it's tempting to completely relax your muscles as you recover, studies show that light activity that uses your sore muscles can reduce the length of time that you're sore. It's important to give your muscles time to recover, though, so be sure that you don't overdo it. Get a Massage When you exercise to exhaustion, tiny tears occur in muscle fibers. The body's natural response to these tears is inflammation. Massage helps reduce the amount of cytokines the body produces, which play a role in inflammation. Massage also seems to increase the amount of mitochondria in your muscle, which enhances the muscles' ability to extract oxygen. Invest in a Foam Roller These handy devices make it possible to give yourself a soothing deep-tissue massage both before and after working out, which can loosen up your muscles and help prevent soreness as well as treating muscles and knots that are already sore. These are very useful for sore thigh and leg muscles but can also be used on the back, chest, and buttocks. Press the roller into the sore muscle and rub it up and down. The action helps relieve tension and stress. Health is more valuable than fortune, so keep up with sports. With S Health, try to reach new milestones with goals. Related Articles Optimize Your Samsung After Diagnostics with Samsung+ Reach Photos/Videos Anytime Anywhere with Samsung Link Samsung Pay: Ease Your Daily Life

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Measure Heart Rate and Stress with S Health By Ivy Bruce

Heart rate and stress are two significant factors to measure whether our body is going on well or not. However, it's cumbersome and inaccurate to measure the two on our own. Would you still count heartbeat one by one? Still don't know how to effectively estimate your stress level? Here comes a nice tool, S Health! Samsung comes out with a big breakthrough in hardware, say, the built-in sensor which enables users to measure heart rate and stress with ease. You can scroll down and read on to see how to measure Heart Rate and Stress with S Health. Part 1. Measure Heart Rate via S Health Part 2. Measure Stress Level via S Health Part 3. How to Effectively Relieve Stress? Part 1: Measure Heart Rate via S Health Step 1 Turn on Heart Rate Monitor Make sure that you've got S Health on your device. If not, download directly from Google Play. Then, open the App and select "Heart rate" from the home screen. Note that you have to enable "Heart rate" option at first by heading to "Manage items" and toggling "Heart rate". Step 2 Place Your Finger on the Sensor Press your finger on the sensor which is on the back of your device. Just slightly place your finger and hold still for seconds. The sensor glows red, which means that it is reading your pulse. Step 3 Get Heart Rate Data After a while, you can see your heart rate showed on the screen. According to Mayo Clinic, a normal resting heart rate for adults lies between 60 and 100 beats per minute, and a lower number at rest shows more efficient function and better cardio fitness. If you find your heart rate is too high, try to calm down and take a good break. Stay concerned about how your heart is going on! Part 2: Measure Stress Level via S Health You can also use Heart rate monitor to detect your stress level, which is estimated by comparing the variance of your heart rate with the average heart rate at your age. The steps are similar to measure your heart rate, so let's make it short. Perform the app and choose "Stress" option. Now, slightly put your finger on the sensor and try to keep still and quiet. It will take a bit longer than measuring heart rate to finish detecting your stress level. When done, your stress level will be showed on the scale from "Low" to "High". Note that you have to enable "Stress" option at first by heading to "Manage items" and toggling "Stress". Part 3: How to Effectively Relieve Stress? If you find yourself under stress, you'd better be aware. Stress makes you negative, sluggish and subject to disease. Why live in such a stressful life? Relieve yourself! Here are some tips for you to reduce your stress. Scroll down and have a try. Carve out "Me" Time Whether it's texting an old friend for a quick laugh or hanging out in your car just long enough to hear your favorite song all the way to the end, it's important to do something every day that's just for you, in order to help avoid stress. Eat for Better Energy The food plays a role in our energy levels and mood. Not surprisingly, healthy foods such as vegetables, fruits, whole grains, high-fiber foods, lean meats, and poultry are best at keeping energy levels up. Exercise Regularly Aim for 30 minutes of walking or other physical activity a day. And don't worry if you don't have a solid 30-minute time block; you'll still get the benefits of exercise if you break it into 5- or 10-minute chunks throughout the day. Recharge—both Mentally and Physically Get out of the house and do something you enjoy at least once a week—it's a great pick-me-up. Practice stress relief techniques: consider touring a museum, taking a class, or visiting a friend. If the person you care for needs round-the-clock attention, ask a friend or family member to help out so you can take a break. Stay Connected Connecting with friends and family is important to your health and well-being—if not in person, then by phone or online. Keep the conversation upbeat and talk about things that you enjoy. Think Positively A little positive thinking can go a long way. Realize that it's perfectly natural to feel guilty or overwhelmed at times. But be sure to give yourself credit for all the good things you have done. If your stress level is too high, get some entertainment! People are subject to illness especially when feeling stressful. Don't live such a stressful life. Enjoy the moment right now! Our life is expected to be as happy as we want it to be! Related Articles Samsung Pay: Ease Your Daily Life Optimize Your Samsung After Diagnostics with Samsung+ Reach Photos/Videos Anytime Anywhere with Samsung Link

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Get Expert Support on Galaxy via Samsung+ By Ivy Bruce

For improving the experience of Samsung users, Samsung comes out with a unique app, which is called Samsung+. Feeling as if your Samsung device is running at a slower and slower rate? Bemused by some tech problems with your Samsung phone? Here you need Samsung+. Scroll down to gain more knowledge of this app. Part 1. What is Samsung+? Part 2. How to Get Assistance via Samsung+ Part 3. Something that Samsung+ Cannot Help you Part 1: What is Samsung+? Samsung+ is an app with features aimed at helping Samsung owners navigate their Galaxy phones and tablets to have problems resolved in a quick, personalized manner, which enables users to make the most of their Samsung devices. Samsung+ empowers users to quickly search for questions and get answers, to start the diagnostics for Samsung products keeping them running as new ones, to make a voice call or video call to tech experts as to address the tech issues that trouble users and so on. Samsung+ is now available in the US only and exclusive to Samsung Galaxy owners on the following phones and tablets, please check it out whether you're allowed to use it. Samsung Smartphones: Samsung Galaxy S7, Samsung Galaxy S7 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 (incl. Active), Samsung Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung Galaxy S6 edge+, Samsung Galaxy S5 (incl. Active & Sport), Samsung Galaxy S4 (incl. Active & Mini), Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy S II, Samsung Galaxy Note 5, Samsung Galaxy Note 4, Samsung Galaxy Note Edge, Samsung Galaxy Note 3, Samsung Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy J7, Samsung Galaxy J3 Samsung Tablets: Samsung Galaxy Tab A, Samsung Galaxy Tab S2, Samsung Galaxy Tab S, Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro, Samsung Galaxy Tab 4, Samsung Galaxy Tab 3, Samsung Galaxy Tab 2, Samsung Galaxy Note Part 2: How to Get Assistance via Samsung+ With the Samsung+ app on your phone, it's easy to get the help from tech experts. Now, let's see how to get tech help by using Samsung+. Above all, you certainly need to have Samsung+ on your Samsung device. You are allowed to directly download the app from Google Play. After the installation, run the app. You will now notice a blue "+" icon at the right button of the screen, which is the Active Help button. Please tap on it. Then, there will be four icons listed above the Active Help button, of which there are "Scan", "Search", "Call" and "Video Chat" buttons. According to the tech problems you're confronting, choose one out of four buttons and get assistance. Now, check out how exactly each function works. Scan: if the problem doesn't cause you much trouble, you may try this. You are able to monitor your Samsung device with Scan button, which can optimize your battery life, device memory, data usage and more. With the tap of the Scan button, you can run the device diagnostics, making your device running just as fast as the day you got it. Search: If you've got some questions, you can search through FAQ's or scroll through categories of your device's features to find a feasible solution. Call: If you're in a hurry to solve the problem you're facing with, just tap the Call button. There will be tech experts ready to help you, who are on your demand 7 days a week. Video Chat: What if you still fail to address the problems though you follow the exact guide, try making a video chat to Samsung tech experts as to have a live support anytime, anywhere. Part 3: Something that Samsung+ Cannot Help you With Samsung+, you can have problems addressed in no time. Such an app of consideration, right! However, since Samsung+ is a newly released feature, it is still far from perfect, thereby there having something that Samsung+ may not be helpful. Samsung+ can help you address problems related to software and even hardware, but it will be helpless if you want to back up or restore data on your Samsung devices. For that, Phone Transfer is on your demand. It cannot be more easily to do a backup for Samsung data with the help Phone Transfer, even if you know nothing about technology. Check out how to do so below. 1.Download, install and perform the program. 2.Connect your Samsung handset to the PC/Mac. 3.Tap "Back Up Your Phone". 4.Select types of data and tap "Start Copy". Job done! If you want to restore data from your backups, you can choose "Restore From Backups". Choose the previous backups and the data will be retrieved with ease. Related Articles Samsung Backup: Save Galaxy/Note Contacts & Messages to Computer Samsung Link: Bridge Your Various Electronics Back Up & Restore KIK Chat History on iPhone 6s/6s Plus

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Optimize Your Samsung After Diagnostics with Samsung+ By Ivy Bruce

"I don't exactly know whether I got it wrong, but my Samsung Galaxy S7 does seem to run slower these days." Not all people are a tech-savvy person, so we may sometimes confront some issues about phones. It is of importance for us to find out what's going wrong with our phones and make things right, but how can we deal with these with little knowledge of such high tech products? Therefore, here comes Samsung+, an app aiming at helping us to have tech problems addressed. Better yet, it enables to optimize Samsung devices as to keep those as new as they were at the moment being bought. Part 1. How to Start Diagnostics for Samsung Devices Part 2. How to Optimize Samsung Devices Part 1: How to Start Diagnostics for Samsung Devices Step 1 Run Samsung+ Samsung+ is now available as a free app to download on Google Play. Please download and install the app on your Samsung device. Then, perform the program. Note: Make sure that your device supports Samsung+. Step 2 Tap "Scan" Button You will see a blue "+" icon on the screen, please tap on it. Then, four icons will be listed above the "+" icon. Please select the first one to run the scanning. Step 3 View Report After the scanning, your device health will be showed as below. If your device is running well, there will be all green checks. If not, tap on the specific item to have a further knowledge or have it repaired. Part 2: How to Optimize Samsung Devices Thanks to Samsung+, users can now easily get access to optimize their Samsung devices. Similar to start diagnostics for Samsung device, what you should do is just to run the app, and then choose "Scan" button. You can see there is a "Battery Optimizer" right under the "Scan" cycle. If you want to optimize your battery status, just choose it. If you want more optimizers, swipe down to get more help! By the way, though it’s a good way to prolong your battery life, you should pay attention to some daily habits conducive to battery life, which now are listed as below. 1. Lower down screen brightness. 2. Close Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, GPS, 3G and 4G when unoccupied. 3. Turn off Auto-sync. 4. Decrease screen timeout. 5. Use Static Wallpaper with Lower Brightness. 6. Set mute and turn off vibration. 7. Close touch sounds. Although Samsung+ helps you to optimize your Samsung device, to be honest, it's not so effective as it is expected to be. I would rather recommend you Secure Eraser, which enables users to do the followings: 1.Permanently clear up deleted files 2.Free up device storage 3.Increase a lot operating rate 4.Protect personal data from leaking 5.Erase all data on Android However, as long as you want your Samsung smartphone to run better and longer, you'd better form a habit of making diagnostics and optimizing the device. Actually, it's not that burdensome, so don't forget to keep your phone healthy every day. Related Articles Google Photo: Smart and Essential Media Storage in Mobile Life Samsung Link: Bridge Your Various Electronics How to Transfer WhatsApp Images & Videos from iPhone to Android

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Milk Music:Enjoy Samsung Radio Service Everywhere By Ivy Bruce

Samsung's Milk Music is a free music app that's exclusive to Samsung devices, which in many cases is pre-intsalled on phones and tablets. If not, get free download on Google Play. If you're not using any Samsung devices, no worry! Milk Music is now available on phones, PC and TV! You can listen to Milk Music almost anytime, anywhere. Also, your music will always be with you. No matter where you're logged in, your listening history and preferences come with you, for they sync with your Samsung Account. Part 1. How to Listen to Milk Music? Part 2. How to Personalize Your Listening Experience? Part 3. How to Create a Station Based on Your Taste? Part 4. How to Fine Tune Station? Part 1: How to Listen to Milk Music? Open the app on your Samsung smartphone. You will see a Tuning Dial on the interface. Does it give you a sense that you're using a vintage phone? Actually, you can spin the dial to jump through genres as to listen to songs of different kinds. Part 2: How to Personalize Your Listening Experience? As a radio-style streaming service, Milk Music enables you to choose genres to determine what songs you'd like to listen to. You can choose the "Option" button from the right top of the screen, and then select "Customize Genres", which empowers you to choose genres that will be showed on the interactive dial. Part 3: How to Create a Station Based on Your Taste? It cannot be easier for you to create your own station. After performing the app, tap the "Option" button on the right side of the Tuning Dial. Then, you can see "Create Station" option, tap it and type in an artist or song. Your radio station will thus come into being, and it will automatically search for and add those related songs for you. Part 4: How to Fine Tune Station? You can adjust what song to be played in the station by swiping down from the bottom of the screen. There will be three bars, which are "popular", "New" and "Favorite". If you toggle the bar, based on factors like popularity, release date and your favorite, Milk Music lets you discover what songs to be playing. Milk Music is such an intimate friend, right? Also, you are able to share the stations or songs you like with friends and families with a tap of share. However, since you are a fan of music. You probably have stored lots of music on your Samsung phone. That certainly takes up a great part of your storage. Therefore, you may need a music-exclusive tool, TunesGo, which enables you to do the followings: 1.Easily manage music files. 2.Clear up duplicate music. 3.Transfer songs between devices. 4.Back up music to PC 5.Download YouTube music to Android Phone/Tablet. I do believe that music makes the days beautiful. Now, start to discover good music that is right for you and your beloved ones! Related Articles Google Photo: Smart and Essential Media Storage in Mobile Life Samsung Link: Bridge Your Various Electronics How to Transfer WhatsApp Images & Videos from iPhone to Android

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Things You Should Know About Samsung Pay By Ivy Bruce

As a brand new mobile payment platform, Samsung Pay is now catching increasing public attention. With high security and simple operation, it is as well getting more fans around the planet. Here, we tend to introduce more details to you. If you have no or little knowledge of Samsung Pay, this post will be much helpful for you. Please scroll down and read on. Part 1. Notes before Using Samsung Pay Part 2. How to Use Samsung Pay Part 1: Notes before Using Samsung Pay Check out Supports for Samsung Pay If you want to use Samsung Pay, it's necessary for you to check out weather or not your device or the bank you're using is accessible to Samsung Pay. Now the supported Samsung devices are as follow: Galaxy S7 edge, Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 active, Galaxy S6 edge+, Galaxy S6 edge, Galaxy S6 active, Galaxy S6, Galaxy Note 5. Please make sure that you're using one of the devices above. Now the supported banks/issuers are showed as below: Also, please ensure that you are using one of the supported carriers displayed on the picture. How to Get Access to Samsung Pay For some newly released Samsung smartphones, Samsung Pay will be installed in advance. If not, Samsung Pay is now available on Google Play as a free download for compatible devices. Therefore, you can also directly download it on your handset. Part 2: How to Use Samsung Pay As a matter of fact, the operation to use it cannot be easier and more simple. Step 1 Open Samsung Pay To use Samsung Pay, you can directly turn it on by tapping the app icon on your home screen or app tray, or swiping up from the home button. It's recommended to scan a fingerprint for security. Then, tap "Add" to add your credit card(s) by snapping the information of your card(s) or manually typing in. Step 2 Authorize Payments If you've set up your fingerprint ahead of time, you empower to give authority to payments by simply putting your finger on to be scanned. If not, enter your PIN. Step 3 Pay your Bill Hover your Samsung device right over the in-store card reader, wait for a second and your payment will be done. Samsung Pay does boast much reputation in US and Korea. I like to use it when I go out for dinner, for shopping, for lots of matters, because it is available on many stores where there are even some not supported Android Pay or Apple Pay. There are some differences among those "Pay" things, but I still give my favor to Samsung Pay. If you are as well a fan of Samsung Pay, make sure you have the supported device and carrier as well as supported banks/issuers. You are able to easily and simply make Samsung Pay anywhere. It is convenient for you if you plan to travel to somewhere, so have a try. Related Articles Samsung Link: Bridge Your Various Electronics Stream Galaxy Multimedia Content to Smart TV with Samsung Link Access Files Stored on PC with Samsung Galaxy On-The-Go via Samsung Link

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Samsung Pay: Ease Your Daily Life By Ivy Bruce

You probably may find Samsung Pay and Android Pay and Apple Pay confusing, so I'm going to show you the difference between Samsung Pay and Android Pay at first. Then, let me tell you how Samsung Pay ease our daily life. Getting interested? Scroll down and learn more! Part 1. Differences between Samsung Pay and Android Pay Part 2. Differences between Samsung Pay and Apple Pay Part 3. Three Advantages that Samsung Pay Brings to You Part 1: Differences between Samsung Pay and Android Pay Android Pay is a pay app developed by Google, taking the place of the old Google Wallet system. However, similar to Google Wallet, Android Pay transmits payment information between handsets and in-store payment terminals with a technology called NFC (Near Field Communication). Once you add the information of your credit cards on the app, you can pay at supported stores with only your phone in hand. Android Pay works with a secure lock screen (pattern, password, PIN or fingerprint), and the payment information is sent with absolute security. Samsung Pay is currently available on selected high-end Galaxy phones while Android Pay supports phones running Android 4.4 and later with NFC. Samsung Pay are supported on US and Korea, but Android Pay is now only accessible in US. To some extent, Samsung Pay and Android Pay have much in common, technology or operation. However, Samsung Pay uses no only NFC but MST (Magnetic Secure Transmission), which lets your Samsung smartphone emulate an actual physical card swipe, making a payment in a store using MST doesn't require "support" from the retailer in the same way that NFC payments do - if they accept credit cards, they should accept Samsung Pay. Part 2: Differences between Samsung Pay and Apple Pay Similar to one difference between Samsung Pay and Android Pay, Apple Pay is currently NFC-only, which means that Samsung Pay can be more accessible on most stores in most region. What’s more, Samsung Pay is available in US and Korea, but Apple Pay in US and UK. However, you can pay for online shopping with Apple Pay while Samsung Pay may stand out of your choice. Part 3: Three Advantages that Samsung Pay Brings to You Samsung Pay comes to mobile payment platforms as a bomb, which successfully catches people's attention and arouses people's interest. Though intelligence mobile payment app is a novelty that takes long to gain development, it is bound to change our life in the future. In fact, nowadays, we are exposed to such brand new technologies in our daily life. More and more people are getting used to making payments with the help of the mobile payment apps installed on their handsets. Whatever is online shopping or offline shopping, or even top up for phone account, it takes just a tap to have payments done. Now, since Samsung Pay has been getting increasing popularity, let's take a look at its three advantages. Enable to be Used in Most Regions Although mobile payment technology is under rapid development, some places are still unavailable to those pay apps. Those NFC-only apps are in particular less popular, which many stores don't support to make payments. It is difficult to fulfill the dream that we can travel around the world with no need taking along with our wallets. However, with the combination of NFC and MST, Samsung Pay, as a leading payment app, is going to make a walletless world come true. It can be used almost everywhere as long as there is a POS machine. When you want to pay the bill or buy presents for families or friends, you can always enjoy the quick pay via Samsung Pay. Available over no Wi-Fi or Mobile Data Most of the time, mobile payment apps either cost mobile traffic or need Wi-Fi to fulfill the payment. If you are running out of mobile data and meanwhile under no Wi-Fi signal, it would be nearly impossible for you to make payments even with your phone in hand. Assume that you want to pay for your romantic dinner and fail to connect to Wi-Fi or cellular data, you must be embarrassing what if it happens. And if you are using Samsung Pay to pay the bill, you will have no such a misgiving. Samsung Pay is available even without Wi-Fi or cellular data due to its in-built NFC and MST technologies, which can interact with in-store POS machines in near filed communication without transmitting the payment registration information to bank. When everybody is waiting for network to make a payment, what you should do is just to run Samsung Pay and pay! How easy it is! Make Payments with High Security Security is certainly of great concern in the public. For this concern, Samsung Pay arms with Fingerprint Authentication, Token and Samsung-exclusive KNOX technology so as to improve its security. When transactions take place, Token takes the place of a real credit card with impossibility to leak the information while KNOX technology secures from hardware to software. If accidentally losing your phone, you can use Find My Mobile (FMM) on Samsung official website to remotely delete all related information from your phone. Otherwise, your purchases remain yours alone. Samsung Pay uses several layers of security. It keeps your payment information separate and doesn't store or share it, so you can pay without worry. Samsung Pay is such a brilliant pay app, which may soon overwhelm the world. Better have a try! Related Articles Samsung Link: Bridge Your Various Electronics Google Photo: Smart and Essential Media Storage in Mobile Life How to Locate and Find Lost Android with Android Device Manager App

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Access Files Stored on PC with Samsung Galaxy On-The-Go via Samsung Link By Ivy Bruce

Samsung Link, previously called Samsung AllShare, is a service that lets you access photos, videos, and even music from your computer and then access files with Samsung Galaxy on-the-go via Samsung Link. You can read the guide and get to know how to perform. Samsung Link: Access PC Files from Samsung Galaxy Step 1 Sign into Samsung Link on Your Computer Go to the register page. Then sign into Samsung Link with your Samsung account and the password. Click the Sign In button to register. Be sure that your computer must be online. If you don't have a Samsung account, click the Sign Up button to get an account. Step 2 Upload Files to Samsung Link from Computer You can open the folder and upload files to the existing folder now. Also, you can click and add a folder. Then you can upload photos, music, videos, documents and files to the storage. When uploading is done, you can view your files in the table. Step 3 Access Files from Samsung Galaxy Go to your Samsung Galaxy phone. Tap the Samsung Link icon and run this app. Then register to Samsung Link on your Samsung Galaxy phone after connecting the phone to a Wi-Fi hotspot or opening mobile data. Step 4 Select a Registered Device and View Files When you have logged into the Samsung Link app, you can select the registered PC from the list. Then you can access files stored on the PC with Samsung Link. Indeed, once signed into Samsung Link with your Samsung account, you can reach files anytime anywhere from your phone, PC, smart TV. Just click the link and see how it works. Related Articles How to Make Android Screen Mirroring on Smart TV How to Share Files or Folders Using Amazon S3 How to Get Missing Files Back with Dropbox

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Stream Galaxy Multimedia Content to Smart TV with Samsung Link By Ivy Bruce

The Samsung smart TV allows you to look through pictures and watch videos on a big screen, which brings better visual experience than that of your Galaxy phone measured 5 or so inches only. However, if you want to view multimedia content on the big screen, you need to stream galaxy multimedia content to smart TV with Samsung Link. Part 1. Upload Multimedia Content from Galaxy Part 2. Reach Multimedia Files on Smart TV Part 1:Upload Multimedia Content from Galaxy Step 1 Run Samsung Link on Galaxy Tap the Samsung Link icon on your Galaxy phone and run the app. Then turn on mobile data or connect your phone to a Wi-Fi hotspot. Step 2 Register to Samsung Link on Galaxy When you have the page as below, tap the "Sign in" button. In the next screen, type your Samsung account and the password. Then touch the "Sign in" button again. Step 3 Upload Files from Galaxy Once signed in, you can upload files to the storage from your phone. Select pictures, music and videos from your phone. Then tap the send icon to share those files. Part 2:Reach Multimedia Files on Smart TV Step 1 Open the Photos, Videos, & Music panel on your Smart TV. Step 2 Press the Menu on the remote. Then log in by going to Smart Features > Samsung Account. Step 3 Once you sign in with your Samsung account, you will see your registered devices after tapping the appropriate content category. Then you can view your media content from the Galaxy phone. That's it! Once registered to Samsung Link, you can reach photos/videos anytime anywhere. If you have questions, you can leave them in the comment section. Related Articles How to Play Android Games on Big Screen TV How to Recover Deleted SMS from Samsung phone How to Backup Android Photos to Dropbox & Google Photos

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Samsung Link: Bridge Your Various Electronics By Ivy Bruce

Samsung Link is an app that connects Android phone/computer/Smart TV and web storage services in one place for integrated search. You can sign into your Samsung account on your device and upload files. Then you can enjoy music/videos, slide show pictures or documents remotely. Files storage in Dropbox, Google Drive, OneDrive, SugarSync, and many other A New Way to Connect and Share Samsung Link makes it easy to access files stored on storage services such as Dropbox and SugarSync. With Samsung Link, you can save time looking for files on each device. You can search content you store in the device instantly. Then you will be able to view, modify, send and download your files without USB cable. If you would like to send videos from your Android phone to your Smart TV, or send music from your phone to the computer, Samsung Link will help you. Manage Files Wirelessly Thanks to Samsung Link, you can reach and manage pictures, videos, music and documents on the go, no matter your files are stored in various locations on different networks. Easily view, transfer and delete data from registered storage services or devices any connected devices like Android phone, computer and Smart TV. If you need an important document on your office computer when traveling for business, you will need Samsung Link. Auto Share Files to your PC or Storage Services Shoot and save moments using Samsung Link when they happen. The app comes with the function to instantly and automatically upload mobile pictures as well as videos from your computer or a web storage service, for example, Facebook, Twitter, Picasa, Flickr or YouTube. When at home, upload your photos and videos from your mobile device to your computer with easy steps. Your memories will be safely preserved. It is easy to browse through your best moments without making effort to upload and archive your data. Search across Multiple Devices and Services Once your files are uploaded to Samsung Link, you can search for content you want across all registered devices and web storage services. For example, you can search all of your music libraries on your computer and web storage services at once to find the one you want. You can save time you spend organizing your files. Stream Data Seamlessly Take advantage of Samsung Link to stream pictures, songs, and movies stored on a registered device or web storage service to any connected device. Then you can enjoy your favorite videos from your smartphone on your Smart TV for entertainment. Besides, you can slide show your photos from your phone or laptop on your TV. Related Articles How to Backup Samsung Galaxy S5 to Computer How to Recover Deleted Data from Samsung How to Download Photos, Videos from Galaxy Tab to Computer

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