HowtoUseMulti WindowMode GalaxyTabA
How to Use Multi-Window Mode - Galaxy Tab A

How To Split Screen Samsung Tablet?

Samsung Galaxy Tab A’s Multi-Window feature allows you to view multiple apps screens at once.

Split Window View

  1. You can open the apps as you would normally.
    Not all apps support multi-screen. If it does not, the app will display a message saying that the app doesn’t support split screen view “.
  2. Click the ” Latest” link. The list of all your current apps will be displayed. You can swipe up or down to switch between the listed apps.
  3. To the left of the app window’s X, tap the multi-window icon. It will appear in the upper-half.

Note that apps without the multi-window icon can’t be used in split screen mode.

  1. Tap the multi-window icon located in the upper-right corner. It looks like an = sign.
  2. Choose another app to run both in split screen multi-window mode.

Tap the circle between the windows to access multi-window options.

Resizable Window Mode

  1. As you would normally, open the app you want to use.
  2. Click the ” Latest” link. The list of all your current apps will be displayed. You can swipe up or down to switch between the listed apps.
  3. Hold the button to reduce the app’s border to a window.

The app will now be displayed in a separate, larger window. Drag the corner to increase or decrease its size. Or drag the window around as you wish.

You can now use two apps at once on the screen.

Close to a Window

  1. Tap on the window that you want to close.
  2. Choose the circle between the windows.
  3. Choose the ” X” option. The bottom window will close.

FAQ

Why cannot I use splitscreen with other apps?

This feature is not available in all apps. This is the only way to get around it.

This tutorial was based on the SM–T350NZAAXAR Galaxy Tab A model, but can be applied to other models.

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