Samsung brings a lot of new gestures for S Pen along with the Galaxy Note 10. Everyone wants to perform different tasks using the S Pen, and for that, you need to make some changes with the gestures. If you are also wondering about how to remap the S Pen button to launch other apps on Galaxy Note 10. So, here we are ready to solve this problem for you.
I bet you really didn’t know you could do that with the S Pen. It’s is easy to remap the S Pen button and making it more useful for your individual needs, rather than always being a camera peripheral. There are multiple apps available on Google Play Store to manipulate with the S Pen apart from the camera app, including the Web Browser, Gallery, Samsung Notes, and Snapchat.
How To Remap Galaxy Note 10 S Pen Button To Launch Other Apps
You need to configure the app that you want to launch when you hold the S Pen button.
First, Go to Settings >> Advanced Features >> S Pen >> Air Actions >> Hold down the S Pen button, and select the app of your choice.
Particular app features triggered by the S Pen button can be tweaked from the same Air Actions menu at Settings >> Advanced Features >> S Pen >> Air Actions >> App Actions.
If you are not happy with the S Pen gestures that Samsung brought along with the Galaxy Note 10, you have to check this out: The developer of sideActions has just released a new Android app named sideActions that brings new use-case of the S Pen with a whole new bunch of features.
The sideActions app lets you remap the S Pen button, power button, and volume button present on the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to any of the supported actions or to trigger an app. The developer of the app says that there are more than 35 supported actions available on the app. Some of the app actions it performs are taking a screenshot, turning on the flashlight, muting the phone, launching Google Assistant, answering phone calls, opening any app, disabling the power button, and switching to the previously used app.
How To Remap Galaxy Note 10 S Pen Button Using sideActions
First, you need to plug in your Samsung Galaxy Note 10 to the computer and run an ADB script that you can easily found inside the “Easy remapping” section of the sideActions app. It is worth knowing that this is a one-time process, and you don’t have to deal with the hassle of connecting your computer to your phone every time you wish to remap some actions.
The sideActions app also supports long press and double press actions. Isn’t it cool? And all these are offered in an ad-free package. Moreover, the app doesn’t ask for internet permission from the user so that you don’t have to worry about risking your privacy for some handy gestures and features.
sideActions app is available on the Google Play Store for free. Download the sideActions app if you own a phone in the Samsung Galaxy Note 10 series and let us know your thoughts about the sideActions app in the comments section down below.