Your current region: Ontario. Limited Warranty. Any warranty coverage that remains during the Warranty Period on the Original Battery when replaced with a Replacement Battery under this Warranty will apply to the Replacement Battery. No Replacement Battery has any new or separate warranty coverage. Bell reserves the right to limit the number of Replacement Batteries provided to Purchaser during the Warranty Period.
What Should I Do? Be sure to keep your proof of purchase to establish the date of purchase of the Original Battery; otherwise Bell may have to estimate the date of purchase. Limited Warranty Exclusions. This Warranty does not cover any Original Battery or Replacement Battery each, a Battery that is: damaged due to: abuse, neglect, misuse, accident, theft, vandalism, force majeure events e.
Exclusive Warranty. In addition to the rights described in this Warranty, Purchaser may also have other legal rights which may vary province to province. Limitation of Liability. To the extent permitted by applicable law and except where prohibited for Quebec residents, Bell's total cumulative maximum liability for negligence, breach of contract, tort or any other claims or causes of action, including fundamental breach, in connection with any Battery or this Warranty is limited to payment, upon request, for actual and direct damages up to a maximum amount equal to the purchase price of the Original Battery, and all other damages, including without limitation indirect, special, consequential, incidental, economic, exemplary or punitive damages, are excluded.
You may also be subject to other limitations and exclusions of liability, and obligations, as set out in any Bell terms of service that apply to you. These terms survive the expiry of the Warranty. Severability; Assignment; Effective Date; Agreement. If any provision of this Warranty is unenforceable, all remaining provisions of this Warranty remain in full force and effect. This Warranty is not assignable by Purchaser. Original Warranty applies only to batteries purchased on or after April 23, until amended or superceded by Bell.
Control app permissions: Marshmallow lets you manage all the permissions for each app on an individual basis. This will let you toggle permissions on and off, so you can disable location access, for example, or check what that dodgy APK is accessing.
Install apps from unknown sources: One of the joys of Android is freedom to do what you want. If course the phone doesn't want you, so by default the option to install an app manually is turned off. This will let you install those apps.
The Galaxy Note 7 offers a 5. It's stunning, but also loaded with features you need to know about. Here's the insiders' guide to the Note 7 display. Add a background to always-on display or change the colour: You can customise what you see in always-on display by heading to the layouts section above and tapping on the design you like. You then get the option to pick a colour - a pink clock perhaps - or to set a soft background image. Use Always On display to show calendar or an image: If the clock doesn't tickle your fancy, head into layouts above, tap "content to show".
Here you can select a screensaver type image or calendar instead. If you want something more vibrant, it's here you can set it. Here you can change the intensity of the change, as well as set a schedule - including a simple sunset to sunrise option. Blue light filter is also available in quick settings. Pick small to get more content on the display. This might be useful for reading, if you're a slow reader, or if you're examining something in detail. Take a screen shot: There's a number of methods for taking a screen shot. This will let you swipe the display with your hand to capture the screen.
This will let you do a range of cool things, the best of which is scroll capture to include things that can't be seen in one screen shot - a great way to capture a full document or webpage for example. Samsung has done more to push multi-tasking than anyone else in the mobile space, so it's no surprise to find that the Note 7 offers a number of alternative ways to interact. Multi app view: To view two apps at the same time, long press the recent apps button and the current app if compatible will occupy the top half of the screen.
You can then select the second app from the apps shown on the bottom of the display. You can change the size of each app by pressing the dot in the centre and dragging it up or down. Pop-up view: To view your app as a pop-up, drag the app in from the top left-hand corner. The app will shrink down and can then be moved around and placed where you want.
To close it, tap the dot at the top - when it expands you have the option to return to fullscreen, close and so on. This will pop that app out if the function is supported , so it floats on whatever else was in the background. This works well with S Pen, because it's easier to. You can switch between the two by hovering the S Pen over the thumbnail to view it. Quick launch: Double tap on the home button to launch the camera. You can do this from the lock screen or any other location in the phone. Or, if you want to be even faster, double press the home button when the camera is open to switch from front to back.
This cycles through on-off-auto HDR options, although it's only available in the Auto mode. It doesn't work on the UHD setting. Wide selfie: To get more into your selfie shot, select the front camera, then swipe in from the left to select the mode. Tap wide selfie and you can take a wider shot by moving the camera when taking a selfie.
Here you'll find the options for gesture, using the heart rate sensor, or tapping the screen to take a picture. Use voice to take pictures: Voice works on both the front and back camera. On the right-hand side you'll see the option to change the length of the exposure it looks like a camera shutter. Use the slider or the arrows to select the length of time you want - you might want to use the S Pen to make it easier.
Download extra camera features: Swipe in from the left to open the mode and hit download in the top right-hand corner. This will offer you other camera features that you can add to the selection. Reorder the camera modes: If there are some features you would rather see higher up the list, in the modes screen, hit the menu, then Edit. Then press and hold an icon to move it. From the camera app, head into menu in the top corner, scroll down to storage location.
Change gallery view: If you're looking at your photos and you want more or less on display, you can pinch zoom, to change the thumbnail view. This is designed to save your contract data, but gives per-app control, so is really useful.
It also has the advantage of saving battery life. This creates a new tab so you can see how much data you're using both over the cellular network and through Wi-Fi. Here you can limit those annoying hotspots so you don't connect when you're walking down the street. You'll then be shown any information that can be found on incoming callers. There's also the option to share your information, so you can be identified.
We opted out of that. Samsung doesn't support Android Marshmallow's adoptable storage feature. Here you'll find my device, microSD, different categories as well as Google Drive if you sign-in. You'll see folders and files for each storage type and you're free to explore.
Within the app's details you'll find a storage section. The phone will then move the app to external storage. Auto restart to keep things fast: If you're a power user and want to restart your device to flush out the caches, you can do it automatically. Here you can set the day of the week and the time you want your phone to restart itself.