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Diagnodent Pen not reading. Changed out batteries and tip. suggestion?

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S Pen for my Samsung Note 3 stopped working how can I fix it


Samsung Galaxy Note 3: S Pen stopped working on screen:

Hello. The S Pen is not powered by a battery per se. The screen on your phone generates a magnetic field. There's a coil inside the S Pen that captures energy from the field to power the pen.

1. Question are your S Pen options turned off?
Settings>Controls>S Pen>

turn on Direct Pen Input
turn on Air Command
turn on Air View
etc..

2. it could be the pen tip that is worn out and needs to be changed. Check the tip by pressing it into the pen with your finger.. if you feel the tip going into the pen too far, it's probably the tip that is broken or worn out. Some customers say buying new tips is too much trouble, and getting a new OEM Samsung S Pen made for your Note 3 is a safer option.

3. it could be the wacom digitizer screen that is having problems on your phone and needs to be fixed. If you had fixed the screen prior, it could mean the person who installed the replacement screen could have did a bad job.

4. if you are using a magnet closure case, try taking it off and then using your S Pen. Because the external case magnet can interrupt the magnetic field the S Pen uses for power rendering it useless, until you remove the magnetic closing case.. and then all should be well again.

5. You can do tests on Note 3's that are not carrier locked by dialing *#0*# (this is not a solution but it can help eliminate possibilities)

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DIAGNOSTIC TEST your Pen for Samsung Galaxy Note 3

6. If you bought an Aftermarket knockoff S Pen, that's probably the problem right there. A lot of non OEM Samsung S Pen's have their own issues and work for only some things.

7. You can try fixing the sensitivity of the S Pen



8. Buy an original Samsung Galaxy S Pen. A Note 1, 2, 4, or Note 5 S Pen will work for your Note 3, but it may not fit inside the Note 3's internal compartment/holder. You can try buying a used one to save money, but be aware that you might have to change the tip

Feb 08, 2016 | Samsung Galaxy Note 3

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Tablet pen hover is not working for me, It was working fine 1 min then the next it won't work, the only time i could move the mouse with the pen was when i put the pen onto the tablet pad, instead of the...


My guess is that the pen just needs the batteries replaced. You only change the tip when it wears out from drawing a lot. there sould be some software that lets you change the button configuration on the pen. look on the products webpage. should find some software to help you out

Jan 31, 2014 | Computers & Internet

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I changed battery in the remote with a cr2032. The remote lights up but the doors still don't unlock. any suggestions ?


read qowners manual for exact number of times... but put key in ignition turn on and off between 7 and ten times..... locks will actuate! hit lock button on remote... remote is then set

Jan 29, 2013 | 2005 Chevrolet Equinox LS

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How do you change the pen tip on a bamboo pen?


I posted this solution for a Toshiba Tablet PC that uses a Wacom tablet pen. I am rather confident that it will give you ideas on how to solve your problem.

With the stylus replacement tips there is an extraction tool: It looks like a wide ring split lengthwise.

You take the tool between thumb and index ( as you do a tweezer) and extract the worn out tip. Toshiba warns against letting the tip wear out too much: this renders extraction difficult.

Once you have extracted the worn out tip, insert a new one with the thinner side towards the outside. Press gently but firmly to make sure it is holding.

Dec 27, 2009 | Wacom (EP130EPE) Digital Pen

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Pen Tablet Constently clicking.


if you are willing to throw $30 at the problem then you can get a new pen to replace it but otherwise i have not seen a fix for this problem yet. I am experiencing the same problem. But while this tablet is nice I might suggest to get a newer one that has more surface area that you can write on since you are already spending money. you could also take apart the pen and see if you can fix the inner parts. if you are feeling brave/ you know what you are doing/ you just want to see what the inside looks like.

Nov 05, 2009 | Wacom Bamboo Fun 5.8" x 3.7" USB Tablet...

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A constant click.


I saw another solution to this on another one. It suggests you take the pen nib out, wash it and leave it out of the pen for 24 hours.

Jun 16, 2009 | Wacom Bamboo (MTE450K1) Graphic Tablet

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My mouse does nothing the lights are on but there's no one home


you need to reset the transmitter receiver and the item you changed the battery , the button to reset the mouse and the keyboard is on the bottom and you can use a pencil or pen tip to push the button
first push the transceiver and then push the mouse, good strong batteries are the best.

Mar 31, 2009 | Logitech Cordless Mouse

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Wont read


if you pop off the face-plate there is a tiny red button that you can push with the tip of a pen and that is the reset button for the head unit.
good luck

Dec 16, 2006 | Alpine CDM-7833

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