Download an Application from the Play Store on a Samsung Galaxy Tab S2

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    In order to download new apps for your Samsung Galaxy Tab, you will need to navigate to the "Play Store" icon on your device
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    If your Tab is not displaying the "Play Store" icon on the home screen or one of your secondary screens, you can simply tap the "Apps" button in the bottom right corner on time
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    This will bring up a menu of your installed apps.
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    In the "Apps" menu you can also find the "Play Store" icon
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    Give a single tap on it. This will launch the "Google Play Store".
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    You will see a list of new applications, other applications, you can browse by category, you can scroll down, scroll around to find the application that you want
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    This was discussed in our other tutorial on how to use "Google Play Store". Now, we're just going to search and find what we're looking for.
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    Tap on the search bar once
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    The keyboard will pop up.
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    Type in "WhatsApp"
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    Give a single tap on "WhatsApp" on the list
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    Once it pops up, you will have the option to install
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    Give a single tap on it.
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    The popup window is going to tell us that the application will need an access to different functions
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    If you are okay with that, tap on "ACCEPT"
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    If you are not, just close the window and don't install the application.
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    The application will begin downloading
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    In this case it is almost 20MB application.
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    Now, you will see that once the downloading is finished, it will begin installing our application
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    When the installation is finished, tap on "OPEN" if you want to open the application
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    You can also give a single tap on the home button
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    It takes you back to the home screen.
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    Then, let's swipe back to our home screen
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    You will the the "WhatsApp" icon
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    We can tap it to launch but that's in our other tutorial.
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Recent edits by: Eng, VisiHow, Grimm

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