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If you go into notes and make a new note saying, for example "October 18 dentist at 4pm" and you save it, the "October 18" will become underlined and when you click on it you will be able to "Create Event" with it. Hope this helps!
I do not believe you will get this calendar to work or sync with the Samsung Galaxy Fame. Can you even open the newly installed Calendar app? The reason you cannot find a My Calendar folder is it does not exist unless you created it. The S planner and Google Now were to function as appointment schedulers etc. Personally S Planner is one app I would not uninstall without making sure you did not have anything sharing any of the information in the Planner. It has been known to cause functionality issues with other apps.There are a plethora of apps that will not work with the Fame due to its lack of extra bells and whistles found on other models of the Galaxy affecting functionality. It does have many cool (to me) gadgets to mess with, Compass/ Magnetometer, Proximity sensor, and Accelerometer (do not expect to use these without their respective apps.)
Depending on the OS you are running they are in Notification Center(iOS 6 and Later). You can access Notification Center by swiping down from the very top of your screen in iOS 7. You can change Notifications on an app by app basis in Settings, Notification Center.
Two methods are there to use your phone as modem
1)you can use your PC suit to use your phone as modem
You need PC suit software provide by SAMSUNG
To use your phone as modem
*install the pc suit software
*Open PC suit and select "Connect too internet"
*if its failed you can use manual setting by selecting "Connect to internet">Select access point>select the name of network operator from the access point list(if you did't get your network operators name in the list you need to contact your network operators customer care they provide the access point name you need enter this access point in the manual updation list and try to connect now.....
2)you can use Bluetooth technology to connect to internet
For this you need
*Bluetooth on your PC and phone
To connect(in windows OS)
*Click on Bluetooth symbol on task bar
*Select add device select from device which can be connected to your pc list(set your bluetooth device to visible mode)
*Add your device to your pc
Add completion of the above...
*Again click on bluetooth symbol on task bar
*Select "show all devices"
*now select your device(one click) at this time 4 options appears on top your devices list
*select connect using>access point
and 2nd method is *Again click on bluetooth symbol on task bar
*Select "show all devices"
*double click on your device
*select connect to internet from the dialog box which appears after selecting the
1. In Idle mode, select Keypad and enter a phone number. 2. Select options ----> Add to Phonebook -----> New. 3. Select Phone or SIM. 4. Enter contact information. 5. Select Save to add the contact to memory.