Enable the Smart Scroll Mode on a Samsung Note 10.1

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    In order to proceed, we will need to unlock your device and go to the home screen.
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    Once we are on home screen, we swipe down from the top of the screen in order to bring the notification panel down.
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    In the top right hand corner, we will find a gear-shaped settings icon.
    We tap on it once.
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    We tap once on "Controls".
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    We tap on "Smart screen".
    The fourth option in "Smart screen" is "Smart Scroll."
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    We tap on the "Smart Scroll" toggle to activate it.
    We'll see the "Smart scroll" description, reading: "Smart scroll uses the front camera to detect your face. You can scroll through webpages and email messages by tilting your head or phone while looking at the screen." When using "Smart Scroll", we will see the camera at the top next to the Samsung button. This is the front-facing camera. It will detect our head tilting up or down, enabling the device to scroll down or up. This feature is supported when browsing the Internet and reading email messages. Some other applications are not supported at this time. There are two ways of using "Smart scroll": by tilting our head up and down while looking at the front-facing camera or by tilting the device itself. We make sure that our head is stationary while we're looking at the camera, so we can tilt the device up or down.
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    Once we've finished reading all of the information, we tap on "OK".
    We can start using "Smart scroll".
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