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  1. #1
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    Samsung Galaxy tab info

    Hi. . . . This is all new for me including using a tablet. Can the tablet safely remain indefinitely on
    charge? I only use it at home and it replaces my laptop.

    I use Yahoo mail but I've discovered that on forwarding a received email, I can't highlight and delete the previous email addresses or inappropriate text that came with the email, before sending it on. I have
    used the 'select text' option but it is immediately copied to clipboard before I can press delete. I understand that this is a common problem. Can it be resolved or should I use an alternate email program? I do like using Yahoo mail as it gives me the ability to move emails to different files I've created.

  2. #2
    Not sure about the galaxy tab specifically, but normally, modem devices switch off charging when the battery is full.



  3. #3
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    Samsung galaxytab

    Original Poster

    Samsung Galaxy Info

    Thank you for your answer. It does makes sense that it would cut off after reaching full capacity.



  4. #4
    I just checked the quick-start manual for the Galaxy Tab 10.1, and it doesn't say anything about overcharging.



  5. #5
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    Samsung GT 10.1

    Text selection

    Email: Hold finger down on a word, after selection tab arrows show up choose "select all" then "copy", from top of screen. Cancel out of that email compose a new email, hold finger down in body of email till paste button appears then select that button.
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    (They need to add "delete" along with the other choices that show up when holding a finger down on a word.)



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