Enable Smart Stay on Samsung Note 10.1

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  1. 1
    In order to proceed, make sure that your device is unlocked and that you're on the home screen.
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    Now, swipe down from the top of the screen.
    This will drop down the notification panel.
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    Tap on the gear-shaped icon in the top right-hand corner.
    You'll open "Settings".
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    In "Settings", tap on the "Controls" menu.
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    On the left-hand panel, tap on "Smart screen".
    The "Smart screen" menu will be opened.
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    Simply check "Smart stay" in order to activate it.
    That will show the small demonstration and instructions on how to use "Smart stay":
    • Smart stay detects your face with the front camera so that the screen stays on while you are looking at it.
      Smart stay works best under the following conditions:
      - When the device is held steady and upright
      - When the device is in a well-lit environment, but the screen is not in direct light
      - When the front camera is not being used by other applications.
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    If you do not want to see this message again, simply check the "Do not show again" box.
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    We tap on "OK" to continue.
    The front-facing camera is at the top of the device. Next to the front-facing camera, you will find the infrared eye camera. These are the two detection cameras for "Smart stay". "Smart stay" is very useful for videos and for screens that constantly move.
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    If you would like to disable "Smart stay", all you must do is uncheck its box.
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