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The past two weeks have been a PR disaster for Samsung when it comes to their latest phablet Galaxy Note 5. Apparently, if you insert the S Pen of the Samsung Galaxy Note5 backwards, and you forget to read the user manual that clearly says that you shouldn’t you are doomed. If you succeed to pry the S Pen out, the Note 5 no longer detects the Pen. So how can you remove the Galaxy Note 5’s S Pen?
For the lucky few who have the Note 5 and for those who plan to get it, fear not, apparently a simple solution, which can save your precious pen detection feature is available. That is, unless you’ve already managed to take the stylus out, in which case you’re likely past the point of no return.
As shown in the video above, in order to fix the issue, you will have to use a piece of paper inserted parallel to the stuck S Pen, wraps around it and shields the detection lever as you’re pulling the stylus out. There you go simple clean and easy.