Jack uses a Samsung Note Android phone and he used to be able to do a list view of all the running apps. But now it's changed to a tiny screenshot. How can he change it back? Leo says that Google changed the way to display it, and it's at the system level in their launcher, and so there may not be a way to roll that back. But since Jack has a Samsung phone, he can use the Samsung app called GOOD LOCK in the Samsung Store and you can change it back using the Task Changer feature.
Samsung Galaxy Note
Doug ordered a new iPhone 6 Plus. He has his old iPhone 4 backed up. He also has his Samsung phone backed up. He wants to restore the apps he had from his old iPhone, and his calendars and contacts from the Samsung, to the new iPhone 6 Plus.
Leo says backup the iPhone 4 to iTunes and restore it to his new iPhone. Then sync the contacts to Google and log into his Google account on the iPhone 6 Plus. It'll sync and his contacts and calendars will be there.
Dave has upgraded to the Samsung Galaxy S4 and now he's thinking about getting a tablet. Since he wants to replace a laptop, he's wondering about a 10" option. Leo says that Android tablets have caught up to the iPad and there's great options now. A Samsung Galaxy Note is a great choice. Try and avoid the temptation of buying a sub $100 Android tablet, though.
Kira has to replace her four year old Blackberry, and wants to know what to get next. She really likes the keyboard. Leo says that just about any smartphone can do what Kira is looking to do (Gmail, Facebook ,etc). The downside is that physical keyboard phones are dying out.
Carlton has a Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 tablet and wants to know the easiest and fastest way to take handwritten notes and email them. Leo says this really comes down to a choice of apps. Leo uses Evernote.
Leo says the LG Intuition is an odd duck because even though it has a 5" screen, it's a 4:3 aspect ratio and looks like a shrunken iPad. LG makes good phones though, but he hasn't tried it. Leo also thinks it's weird that the phone has no storage space for it's stylus.
Leo was using the Galaxy Note as his primary phone until the Galaxy SIII came out. Leo thinks the Galaxy S III is the best phone out, with the HTC One being the closest runner up on the Android side. If he really wants a very large screen, the Note is still the way to go, but the Galaxy S III actually has the same resolution.