Recent Applications and Task Manager

If you hold Home button, you can easily access the Recent applications screen and also a link to the Task manager.

Recent Applications

This feature is allowing you to see your recently used apps. You should know that when you exit an app using the home button, the application will be saved and will remain active into the background. If you press the Back button, the application will end at this point. Both buttons will add the application to the list.

You can find the name of applications into the left of a large thumbnail. You can scroll up and down the list and choose the one you want. If you want to remove an application from the list, you will simply need to tap and hold it. If you want to select one, you will simply tap it. To remove all apps, you will tap on Remove All.

Task Manager

If you want to have a quick memory management, you will need to use the Task Manager. You can view, run or exit the applications that you use and also uninstall apps. You will find the feature on Recent applications screen.

Active Applications

This feature shows you all running applications. Touch End button if you want to close one or End all if you want to close all.

Downloaded Applications

This feature is showing all downloaded applications. This feature will also allow you to uninstall an application.

RAM Manager

This feature shows your Ram memory usage. You will improve the performance of your Samsung Galaxy Note 2 if you clear the Ram. Keep in mind that this feature will not uninstall your applications.


This feature displays a summary of your device's system storage, used and available, and the amount of information stored on an installed microSD card.


The Help tab displays useful information on how to extend the battery life of your device.

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What's my model number?

There are several ways to locate your model number:

Option 1
On your device, go to Settings, then "About device" and scroll down to "Model number"
Option 2
Often times you can view the model number inside the device, by removing the battery
Option 3
Using Samsung's model/serial number location tool

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